It is often in the mix between people – and by facilitating large-scale collaboration between businesses, financiers, NGO’s and regional, national and global regulators that you get real impactful commitments and actions.
To stop the warming, emissions growth would have to rapidly come to a halt and then fall quickly. So the big question is if we can manage to get a real movement going within the next 5,000 days.
Canada needs a national approach to climate policy and carbon pricing, urges the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE) in a policy paper: Clean Growth 2.0: How Canada can be a Leader in Energy and Environmental Innovation.
Smart companies will be examining supply chains and operations very closely for risks associated with water shortages, floods, storms, and resource constraints.
Can your landlord help your business attract talents, reduce environmental footprint, and foster team collaboration? Royal Bank of Canada aims to achieve all that with its new Canadian headquarters in Toronto being built by Oxford Properties.
The renewable energy industry is growing very fast... and not because it's a philanthropic effort.