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February 15, 2013
Stretch targets, or "big hairy audacious goals," can improve performance, yet they require daily focus, short-term objectives, and detailed targets.
February 5, 2013
Everywhere we turn, we are inundated with the word "green." But are green initiatives driving consumer behavior change and positive impacts on the environment?
January 30, 2013
BSR’s new report reviews the "state of play" in the domain of emerging ecosystem services analytical tools.
January 18, 2013
Not long ago, it might have been seen as counterproductive for a company to set logistic supply chain goals based on improving its environmental performance. But two of today’s leading companies, Heineken and Maersk Line, have revealed a change in the business climate.
December 11, 2012
As investors and corporate rankings begin to include biodiversity and ecosystem services in their considerations, measuring and assessing these issues are now becoming a part of international best practice. But what does the future look like for corporate uptake, government regulations, and societal expectations?
December 7, 2012
The Hong Kong government just announced a war on food waste—vowing to reduce it by 10 percent by 2015. As BSR’s "Waste Not Want Not: An Overview of Food Waste" report highlights that in Hong Kong and around the world, food waste occurs across the many aspects of the food chain—from farm to fork.
October 11, 2012
The promulgation of a new French sustainability reporting law puts an end to the "mandatory versus voluntary" reporting debate—in France and for foreign companies operating there. Since the law’s passage, BSR has been investigating how certain Asian countries might approach the application of this law, given their different approaches to disclosure—in particular, Japan, China, and South Korea.
September 14, 2012
At World Water Week in Stockholm, I was like a kid in a candy store. However, the most impactful moment for me came had nothing to do with water, agriculture, sustainability, business, or anything else that I deal with day in and day out. It was a simple question.