With the ink barely dry on the world’s first universal climate agreement adopted in Paris in December, many wonder what business will do to advance a stronger, cleaner global economy.
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Corporate social responsibility is stuck. When it emerged on the scene 20 years ago, businesses and other stakeholders had high expectations for what a focus on CSR could deliver. But the reality is that neither business nor society are on track to enable nine billion people to live well within the boundaries of the planet by 2050 – let alone 2030.
If your sustainability strategy is three or more years old, time to chart a new course with a refreshed, ambitious Sustainability Vision.
Boards are the last great sustainability frontier. They set the sustainability tone at the top, which then cascades throughout the company.
Employees want more from their employer than a paycheque. They crave a sense of pride and fulfillment and want to work for a company whose values match their own.
Getting started going circular. Where can we turn for inspiration? HP is certainly one innovation leader to watch.