The 4th edition of the Global Green Economy Index shows an interesting statistic on how perception often differs greatly from performance.
Why did it take so long for the world to address genocide? Will we make the same mistake with ecocide?
Join a distinguished panel from Government, Business and Academia to “Rethink Prosperity at TSSS on Nov 12th. Guests include, Federal MP Chrystia Freeland. Blair Feltmate, Univeristy of Waterloo and Doug Miller, Chairman of GlobeScan.
Today, one of the biggest initiatives at Levi Strauss & Co. is sustainability. And if we hadn’t asked ourselves the difficult questions, we never would have landed on and launched our most sustainable, innovative, and influential product offering to date: Levi’s Water
Nature needs time to adjust and adapt to biosphere changes. After life appeared on Earth, atmospheric oxygen gradually went from zero to 20 per cent, oceans appeared and disappeared, mountains thrust upward and then eroded, continents moved on tectonic plates, climate cycled between ice ages and warm intervals, magnetic poles reversed and re-reversed. Life flourished because species and ecosystems evolved over time.
Recently the European Commission adopted a groundbreaking CSR directive (effective 2017) requiring companies to disclose information on policies, risks and outcomes related to environmental and social matters. This is a bold and sensible move by the EU and should be applauded. Now...what will Canada do?
What’s the disease of the 21st Century Corporation? Nelson Switzer of PwC talks strategically about CSR.
Nelson Switzer, Director of Sustainable Business Solutions at PwC Canada talks about incorporating CSR into your Business Strategy.
A little more than five years ago, I had a catalyzing moment that piqued my interest in sustainability and I’ve been hooked ever since. I’m particularly interested in how organizations are aligning their business, sustainability, and human capital strategies, and the resulting impact on HR’s role in the enterprise.