The vision of smart cities is often of gleaming metropolis dominated by technological solutions to the issues that urban areas face. In reality, partnerships between companies and cities are crucial to ensure solutions for residents, the environment and business needs are interlinked.
Ethical Corporation covers opportunities for businesses to build smart cities in partnerships in their latest briefing. Access the complimentary report here.
The green bond market is worth $100bn, but $1trn is needed to fund the low-energy transition by 2020. Ethical Corporation recently commissioned a briefing into the growing state of green finance, which goes into depth on the important role it has to play in tackling climate change and assesses what it will take to move the global financial system on to a more sustainable footing.
Being able to prove how transformative strategies contribute to the long-term goals of the business is crucial. To meet the UN Global Goals and the 2 Degree target requires a wholesale change in practice, across both the business and industry. Something companies can’t do on their own, business needs to develop long-term partnerships that deliver the change required.
December 7, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Ethical Corporation has just published a new intelligence report that discusses the need for transformational change in business, in order to meet the SDGs and 2 Degree target.
The content pack includes a 9-page briefing and a 1-hour webinar, both enabling you to learn how innovative businesses the like of ING, Siemens, General Motors, Verizon and MARS are looking to drive the required changes internally and externally, including:
For most companies their greatest risks and impacts lie within their supply chains. To truly address areas such as; GHG emissions, Human Rights violations and water usage companies need to work with a whole host of partners.
In a 1-hour webinar debate, you will hear from businesses on how they are driving large scale change in partnership with suppliers, industry associations, NGOs and competitors.
We have recently published a 28-page report on driving quantified social impact through business
November 28, 2017 /3BL Media/ - To successfully navigate current political, social upheaval and deliver on the SDGS and Paris Agreement, businesses will need to take the lead on making an impact. But how can business drive the delivery of impact that is quantifiable and meaningful?
To find the answer, we have recently published a 28-page report with experts from the likes of Unilever, Dell,Heineken, ebay, Mastercard, WBCSD, IKEA, Vodafone and Siemens on how they’re driving quantified social impact through their business.
Increasingly businesses are realising that small sustainable impacts are no longer enough. To meet the UN Global Goals and 2 Degree target requires a wholesale shift in thinking and operations across both the business and industry.
To help you deliver positive long-term impact, 3 senior leaders are ready to share their experiences live. Join us next week (October 10th) at 2 pm BST for our free online webinar with:
Doing good is no longer enough. Businesses need to drive sustainable innovation across all product levels to deliver real positive impacts. This evolution has left many businesses unsure of the where to look in their corporate supply chain and procurement.
In Ethical Corporation’s latest case study briefing, we have talked at length to Dirk Jan de With, Chief Procurement Officer at Covestro, on how the company has transformed its strategy to leverage sustainability and innovation together to drive business growth.