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It’s time to rethink your sustainability strategy. New rules, in the form of the Green Claims Directive, are being introduced to stop greenwashing, and they will be here as early as next March.
Consumers and employees are increasingly interested in a company’s sustainability efforts, and businesses are eager to respond. So how can you share your sustainability journey – “warts and all” – with your stakeholders?
The European Union (EU) is at the forefront of implementing robust sustainability reporting requirements to combat climate change and promote responsible business practices. As the EU drives its sustainability agenda, organisations must prepare for the evolving landscape of sustainability reporting requirements.
The European Union has introduced new regulations requiring large companies to disclose their sustainability practices. What are they and how might they affect you?
Creating a sustainable supply chain is becoming increasingly important for companies looking to mitigate environmental and social impacts, meet regulatory requirements, and address consumer demand for ethical and responsible practices. So let’s explore key strategies for getting started in building a sustainable supply chain.
The business case for sustainability goes beyond corporate social responsibility and aligns with enlightened self-interest. Companies that integrate sustainability into their DNA benefit from increased operational efficiency, brand loyalty, and reduced risk.
Shifting towards sustainable business practices is imperative for companies seeking long-term success. Integrating sustainability into corporate strategies offers financial benefits, enhances brand value, meets consumer demands, improves efficiency, attracts top talent, and unlocks new market opportunities. By embracing sustainability, companies can position themselves for a sustainable future while making a positive impact on the environment and society.
CSR, ESG & SDGs: What Do They Mean? And what’s the Difference-or what are the similarities— between these different concepts?
Companies that do not embrace sustainability strategies will struggle to compete in the future. Our guide is full of tips and ideas to help you think about how combining of efficiency, consistency, and sufficiency strategies can lead to success in achieving sustainability goals while considering economic viability and consumer demands.
Business simulations are powerful tools for organisational learning and development, providing a hands-on, interactive experience that improves business acumen and aligns teams with strategy. When used in the context of sustainability, simulations offer a risk-free environment for participants to understand and drive a company’s sustainability transformation, promoting awareness, critical thinking, and engagement with real-world applications.