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This report provides a guide for sustainability practitioners to create resilient business strategies, governance, and management so that their companies are fit for a disruptive world.
For meaningful progress toward the SDGs, we need actors across entire value chains to take collective action on the issues that threaten business growth and social development.
The 10th annual BSR and GlobeScan State of Sustainable Business 2018 Survey provides insight into how business leaders are responding to a rapidly changing world.
[Infographic] The 10th Annual BSR/Globescan State of Sustainable Business survey reveals what sustainability issues and global mega-trends business leaders are most focused on.
We don’t need to put more effort into certification and accounting for sustainability; we need to meaningfully change how we manage and engage with supply chains.
We sat down with Jamie Allen to talk about ESG trends in China following the recent publication of the Asian Corporate Governance Association report, Awakening Governance: The Evolution of Corporate Governance in China.
Artificial intelligence (AI)—and the big data business models underpinning it—is disrupting how we live, work, do business, and govern. We have published three papers describing a human rights-based blueprint for responsible business practice with regard to AI, both within and beyond the technology sector.
Today, we are publishing three papers describing a potential blueprint for responsible business practice with regard to artificial intelligence (AI) both within and beyond the technology sector.
The time is here for a new approach to sustainable business. Business as usual won’t get the job done—and sustainability as usual won’t suffice. This paper offers our thinking on where to go next.
Impunity is a daily issue in the lives of many who work in governance, risk, and compliance, but the structures supporting impunity in both public institutions and private organizations seem to be growing less reliable.
There are six feasible and realistic actions that businesses, particularly in Asia Pacific, can take to help prevent plastic from becoming waste.
The luxury sector is being disrupted. What is the role of luxury to help drive environmental and social progress?