The report finds that limiting global warming to 1.5°C would require “rapid and far-reaching” transitions in land, energy, industry, buildings, transport, and cities. Global net human-caused emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) would need to fall by about 45 percent from 2010 levels by 2030, reaching ‘net zero’ around 2050. This means that any remaining emissions would need to be balanced by removing CO2 from the air.More
This is a splendid survey and report on best practice in business reporting on the SDGs.More
Sustainable Brand IndexTM is The Nordics largest brand study focusing on sustainability.
Based on more than 40 000 consumer interviews, the study maps out and analyses brands on sustainability from the consumer perspective.
Some 2018 essentials are:
- 72% of Danish consumers say that sustainability impacts their buying decisions
- 34% of Danish consumers are willing to pay a 10% premium for a more sustainable product alternative
GreenBiz Group’s fifth State of the Profession report once again takes a look at the evolution of the role of the sustainability leader in today’s business world. As in years past, we conducted an in-depth survey to find out how much they earned, where they worked and what they did in the course of their job. Here are a few of the highlights from this year’s report.More
The objective of the OECD Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Business Conduct (Guidance) is to provide practical support to enterprises on the implementation of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises by providing plain language explanations of its due diligence recommendations and associated provisions.More
Særligt vælgere fra blå blok er skeptiske.More
The range of environmental and climate (E&C) risks — the E in ESG — is far-reaching. As defined by the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures, E&C risks can include:
- “transition risk,” arising from the shift to a low-carbon economy
- “policy and legal risk,” associated with changing climate-change regulation
- “technology risk,” relating to the significant impact that technological improvements supporting an energy-efficient economic system can have on organizations.
This document provides perspectives and recommendations on the key parameters of corporate reports that refer to the SDGs which investors are most likely to find useful.More
Q: How does Reputation Institute quantify an intangible concept like corporate reputation?
A: Accurately. With a core team of incredibly smart data scientists and PhDs (read the white paper), a time and pressure-tested methodology, machine learning and artificial intelligence, but also, with a healthy dose of common sense.
At Reputation Institute, we define reputation as the emotional connection that stakeholders (consumers, investors, employees) have with a given company.More