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THE NEXT ECONOMY - The Science Based Targets Network’s science-based targets for nature are a significant step towards helping companies take integrated action to protect nature — beginning with freshwater and land.
THE NEXT ECONOMY - There is a clear business case to invest in protecting and restoring nature — and rewilding can play a major role.
CLEANTECH - This work is vast. But success would build a more inclusive, just and sustainable economy and society — shaped by our shared opportunities rather than our risks, by prosperity rather than poverty, of positivity over negativity.
PRODUCT, SERVICE & DESIGN INNOVATION - By automating the small tasks of your day-to-day routine, you are gifted back the time to focus on the most essential and important elements of life while creating much less impact on the planet.
ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE - Employees are key to the success of any ESG program. But it can be challenging to strike a balance between engaging employees and managing company priorities.
PRODUCT, SERVICE & DESIGN INNOVATION - The Alliance’s vision for net-positive hospitality includes standardizing sustainability metrics across the industry and a shared vision for giving back to destination communities more than it takes.
CLEANTECH - The benefits of going solar come from a combination of reduced costs, tax incentives and how much sunlight your panels collect. So, no matter where you are, the benefits are easy to see.
THE NEXT ECONOMY - Four key trends are converging this year to create a permanent shift toward sustainability across industries — with implications for tech innovation, the planet and companies that have yet to start their sustainability transformation.
WASTE NOT - Decades ago, had we gotten a handle on our CO2, our additional methane emissions might not have mattered — but those days are gone.
COLLABORATION - When implemented thoughtfully, nature-based climate-action projects support biodiversity and connect communities, governments and other organizations to make long-lasting, impactful changes that no one group could do alone.
THE NEXT ECONOMY - Despite its flaws, I believe that the VCM is an essential tool in our climate toolkit. To ensure funding is channeled into real climate-action projects, we still must drive greater integrity and transparency. Here are four ways we can do that.
MARKETING AND COMMS - Oatly is offering free ad space to a big dairy brand that shares the same impact data that Oatly did to receive its climate certification.
PRODUCT, SERVICE & DESIGN INNOVATION - Green City Solutions has combined air-purifying moss with IoT technology in a smart biotech filter that can clean 82% of fine dust particles from the air, and humidify and cool it by up to 4°C.
SUPPLY CHAIN - A recent webinar took a deep dive into building a strategy that makes both business and compliance sense.
WASTE NOT - Working towards halving food loss and waste by 2030 will help food and beverage companies mitigate their GHGs across all scopes. Supply chain collaborations and engagements that yield multiple environmental benefits are critical.
THE NEXT ECONOMY - The two companies have expanded the scope and scale of their respective nature-focused impact-investment funds.
CHEMISTRY, MATERIALS & PACKAGING - The bottle, 35 grams lighter than the commercial standard, could represent a significant decrease in the carbon footprint of Champagne bottling.
CLEANTECH - So far, the company is facilitating access to renewables for suppliers in 13 countries through PPAs and a finance mechanism for suppliers keen to invest in onsite projects.
PRODUCT, SERVICE & DESIGN INNOVATION - Kids will care for the planet long after the adults in the boardroom are gone. Involving them in sustainability and climate initiatives through tourism now is a natural gateway to positively shaping the future.
CHEMISTRY, MATERIALS & PACKAGING - In the lab, Living Carbon’s GM poplars accumulated biomass up to 53% faster, trapping as much as 27% more carbon than non-engineered poplars. But skeptics aren’t convinced they’re seeing the forest for the trees.