Energy transition is the fastest and most effective route to mitigating the urgent climate crisis. In the fall of 2021, the United Nations hosted 130 heads of state and high-level stakeholders to map out a plan to achieve accelerated energy transition goals by 2030.
As the UN agreement notes, “No two national energy transition pathways will be identical.” Energy transition is an ambitious but necessary undertaking that touches on the areas of economy, technology, environment, and culture.
By Camila Corradi Bracco, Policy Senior Coordinator, Global Reporting Initiative
It’s widely accepted that the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are central to how, as an international community, we collaborate to address the most urgent global challenges that we face. The Goals provide a route map towards a better and more sustainable future, yet what do they mean in practice for companies? And how can businesses meaningfully contribute to their fulfilment?
While ICT and telecom providers like Ericsson use a small amount of the world’s total energy demand overall, the industries that rely on ICT to do business worldwide – relying on high-speed, reliable communications – contribute to high demand and high carbon emissions.
The internet’s evolution is driving a revolution in healthcare, business and society. But sustainability and efficiency in powering networks is a huge concern in the face of climate change. Companies must think beyond the bottom line to their impact on society and the environment.
Latest GRI podcasts address collective action for a sustainable future
What is the role of multi-stakeholder partnerships in addressing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? Top experts from the field of corporate sustainability get beneath the surface of this issue, in the final two installments of SDGs: The Rising Tide.
GRI podcasts outline how companies can contribute towards a better quality of life for all
May 16, 2022 /3BL Media/ -International experts in sustainable development shed light on strategies for building greener and better cities and communities, as well as changing business models to help raise the standard of living – in the latest podcasts from GRI.
Second season will continue to feature T. Rowe Price experts discussing a variety of retirement-related topics
BALTIMORE, May 3, 2022 /3BL Media/ - T. Rowe Price today announced the launch of the second season of its podcast, “CONFIDENT CONVERSATIONSTM on Retirement” that aims to help investors make more informed financial decisions to achieve the retirement they envision. The series features T. Rowe Price experts sharing their perspective and strategies on a range of retirement-related topics, including retirement strategies for LGBT+ investors, bridging the racial retirement savings gap, and HSAs & retirement.
After two years of a pandemic and the need for many employees to work from home, creating connections has never been more important – to your coworkers, company, and work. Thomson Reuters recognized the significance of these connections and the need to facilitate them, especially given that the company formed a new operating entity and welcomed a new CEO days before the pandemic began.