System Change

Looking Beyond Net Zero: New Report Challenges Businesses to Adopt ‘Just and Regenerative’ Approaches Capable of Tackling Critical Global Challenges

As ‘just and regenerative’ approaches gain traction across the sustainability movement, new report defines the concept for business and outlines how companies can reset ambition in order to tackle escalating social and environmental crises
Summary: 
  • As ‘just and regenerative’ approaches gain traction across the sustainability movement, new report defines the concept for business and outlines how companies can reset ambition in order to tackle escalating social and environmental crises
     
  • Coming on the back of COP26, the report recognises that net zero is urgently needed, but also challenges businesses to look beyond it - making the case for deeper transformation and providing a new tool to help leaders drive change
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  • As ‘just and regenerative’ approaches gain traction across the sustainability movement, new report defines the concept for business and outlines how companies can reset ambition in order to tackle escalating social and environmental crises
     
  • Coming on the back of COP26, the report recognises that net zero is urgently needed, but also challenges businesses to look beyond it - making the case for deeper transformation and providing a new tool to help leaders drive change

System Change Opportunity in the Corporate Sector

By Frank Dixon
Blog

System change is by far the most important sustainability issue in the corporate sector. Climate change and virtually every other major environmental and social issue only can be resolved through systemic changes at the sector and overarching system levels. Companies proactively involved in system change are the true sustainability leaders. Like current sustainability leaders, they will attain many financial and competitive benefits. This article summarizes the system change opportunity in the corporate sector and how companies can capitalize on it.

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