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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.
Futures and strategic foresight methodologies offer a new way to promote respect for human rights and the freedoms they protect.
Everything you need to know about implementing the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
During times of rapid change, the greatest danger lies in being unable to imagine radically different futures.
At the BSR Conference 2018, we will introduce four possible scenarios for 2030 that can help you and your company make sense of the evolving world over the coming years and decades.
This is how to leverage data analytics, artificial intelligence, futures thinking, and other innovative approaches to inform your sustainability strategy.
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.
Businesses should approach TCFD recommendation implementation not merely as a disclosure exercise, but as an important opportunity to enhance their strategic resilience.
The era of stand-alone sustainability strategies needs to end; the creation of resilient business strategies with sustainability at the foundation needs to begin. Here's how practitioners can reimagine sustainable business inside their organizations.
We hope our new paper, "The Future of Sustainable Business," prompts new thinking, identifies new opportunities, and encourages you to join with us in redefining sustainable business.
BSR has launched a new Sustainable Futures Lab, which will enable foresight-driven engagement with a broad spectrum of changes across various domains that are reshaping the context for business and sustainability.