Coro is the author of expansive research and resource tools that are invaluable aids on the route to a more sustainable and equitable world.
These resources are as vital as compass and guidebooks for organizations that are integrating sustainable practices into their firms and into the wider society, economy, and environment.
To accelerate a sustainable society, Coro shares more than 100 research, guidance and thought leadership publications, tools and solutions on integrating sustainability into business models, industry and the marketplace.
This information can help organizations understand trends and leadership in CSR and sustainability and develop and design sustainability strategies and business models.
Coro helps her clients develop cost-effective strategies for integrating sustainability values and outcomes into all aspects of their activities. Be it governance, operations, procurement, employee engagement, risk management, branding and communications, or involvement with key external stakeholders - Coro helps you see the connections and leverage them to scale up impact and value.
In The Tipping Point, Malcolm Gladwell describes three kinds of people: Mavens, Connectors, and Salesmen. Coro is a rare embodiment of all three. She is a walking encyclopedia of sustainability knowledge; she knows anyone who knows anything about sustainability and is a proactive hub in their network; and she is a master persuader who helps people see the relevance of innovative sustainability-related strategies to their organization's objectives. Her research is rigorous. Her recommendations can be trusted. She is one of the most credible sustainability champions that I know.
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Redefining Products and Brands for Sustainable Impact shows how companies are re-engineering existing product portfolios to reduce dependencies on dwindling, finite resources and investing in new products and services to increase sustainability.
With the universal adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by the United Nations in 2015, organizations around the world are identifying opportunities to advance them to put society on a secure footing by 2030.
This case study profiles the ten-year collaboration between HP Canada and WWFCanada in their ambition to reduce the environmental footprint of Canadian business.
This short paper is a summary of the Definition of a Social Purpose Business, as one component of a How-To Toolkit Series on the Social Purpose Business which the United Way of the Lower Mainland has commissioned to advance their Social Purpose Business Leadership Institute.
Maximizing the Capacities of Advanced Education Institutions to Build Social Infrastructure for Canadian Communities
A Discussion Paper on Why and How Advanced Education Institutions Can Embed Social Objectives into All Their Roles, Functions and Relationships.