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As the effects of climate change continue to exacerbate poverty, inequality and other social issues, the solutions we put forth must include social focus. This includes empowering women to be leaders.
What courses of action will help private equity firms address climate risks and opportunities in an actionable, meaningful way? BSR suggests two types of approach.
As discourse on climate change continues to grow in the political, public, and business spheres, the outstanding question remains: What is the best solution?
BSR is pleased to announce the launch of the Sustainable Air Freight Alliance, a forum for buyers and suppliers alike to collaborate on air freight emissions reduction.
Business ambition was on full display at COP24. Here are some key takeaways.
As the UN Climate Conference (COP24) kicks off, we emphasize why we need a just transition to a low-carbon world and how business can play a role in achieving it.
The just transition is an economy-wide process that produces the plans, policies, and investments that build resilient economies and communities with green and decent jobs, and this report explores the role business can play in making it a reality.
At COP24, business is calling on government to create a just transition to net zero, participation in the Talanoa Dialogue, and strong Paris rulebook guidelines.
This is how companies can address the interactions of climate change and human rights in vulnerable communities.
This report explores the intimate connection between climate resilience and human rights and outlines how companies can address this nexus.
Action to address the social impacts of climate change and other disruptions is essential to reach the SDGs—and that action must be inclusive of those left behind by the many changes remaking the economy.
Companies can address climate risk more effectively and efficiently if they put women at the heart of their climate resilience strategies.