BONN, Germany, November 14, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Today at COP23, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) announced a major expansion of its below50 project, designed to rapidly grow the market for the world’s most sustainable fuels.
As part of this expansion, new hubs will begin operating across three continents: Australia, North America and South America.
Check out Panorama’s latest interview with Heineken, where we discuss sustainability right across the value chain. Blanca Juti, Heineken’s Chief Corporate Relations Officer, and Willem de Jonge, the company’s Global Sustainability Director, give their insight on both challenges and opportunities facing a modern brewery giant.
A President’s perspective from Felipe Calderón: Renewable energy in the United States, sustainable cities and the just transition
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A global initiative committing major international food producers to tough new targets to reduce food loss was announced during the United Nations General Assembly’s Climate Week in New York1.
This voluntary resolution calls on private sector members of the Global Agri-Business Alliance2 (GAA) to halve their food and agricultural losses by 2030, and work with suppliers and customers to the same end, a target aligned with Sustainable Development Goal Target 12.3.
LONDON, September 26, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- Today, the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) launched the Reporting Exchange - the single most up-to-date and comprehensive source of information on sustainability reporting requirements and resources currently available.
The Reporting Exchange is a free, online platform designed to help business navigate the often-confusing world of corporate reporting.
September 22, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- Recognizing the critical role that private capital flows will play in moving society toward a more sustainable future, Yale University has launched the Yale Initiative on Sustainable Finance (YISF). This new academic effort will provide high-quality research on the flow of capital into sustainability-oriented projects and sustainable companies.
by María Mendiluce, Managing Director, Natural Capital Area, World Business Council for Sustainable Development
The world is changing. Technological developments and the advance of the digital age fundamentally have shifted the way we experience day-to-day life. These new developments offer innovative ways to build sustainability into the world around us.
by Nate Hurst Chief Sustainability and Social Impact Officer, HP
As climate change continues to impact the planet – and governments and organizations worldwide set standards to reduce its harmful effects – it’s important for companies to rethink how their products are created, used and maintained. The smartest, most sustainable products are not only crafted with care as part of a closed-loop supply chain; they’re optimized to enable consumers to enter the circular economy with little effort.