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A new BSR report makes the triple-bottom-line business case for investing in nature, including numerous examples from leading companies.
This business brief shows that leading companies—around the world and across sectors—are citing business reasons for investing in nature-based solutions and the restoration of natural systems.
In an increasingly warm and water-scarce world, adding climate and water issues to investment due diligence is key. Here, we outline quantitative and qualitative tools to help businesses make smarter investment decisions.
BSR Conference 2015 speaker Sandra Postel, the director of the Global Water Policy Project, spoke with us about the how the principles on building resilience into ecosystems can be applied to building resilience into leadership.
Few companies can do without plastic, but the material causes significant environmental problems. Companies can act by optimizing procurement and waste management practices.
BSR worked with Walmart to help train farmers on sustainable agriculture practices—a three-year program that resulted in better produce, lower environmental impacts, and increased revenues for farmers. Here, we reflect on program impacts and lessons learned about sustainability-focused training programs.
Updated BSR research highlights how companies and governments are engaging on ecosystem services.
This report helps corporate employees understand the full range of analytical tools that have been (and are being) developed to identify, measure, assess, and value ecosystem services within decision-making processes.
BSR's Clean Cargo Working Group, founded 10 years ago, now works with 85 percent of the container ship industry to report on and improve the environmental performance of ocean shipping.
This report helps businesses track the public sector's uptake of ecosystem services approach around the world. The insights in this report are especially relevant to companies that have crafted, or are developing, internal policies on natural capital, biodiversity, and ecosystem services.
São Paulo, the 10th largest city economy in the world, reflects some of the challenges across Brazil when it comes to transportation infrastructure, air pollution, and public corruption. How business, government, and civil society work together will be the biggest determinant of the future for sustainability in the region.
In 2014, business should commit to three goals that are essential to business, human, and environmental sustainability. By focusing on becoming biodiversity and ecosystem services neutral, companies can ensure that natural systems continue to function in the ways that we have come to expect.