Topic Archives: Collaboration

SustainAbility at Climate Week NYC: Finding Urgent Solutions to Food, Health and Nutrition as Global Progress on SDG 2 Backslides

SustainAbility was at Climate Week in New York City last week and will be sharing blog updates about some of the events throughout the week. Event: International Forum on Food and Nutrition – The Impact of Food Systems and Nutrition Patterns on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), hosted by the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition A number

How Do You Engage to Support Sustainable Food Systems?

In recent years there has been a significant growth in the number of initiatives seeking to advance sustainable food both globally, nationally, locally and across sectors, issues and different parts of the food value chain. As these sustainable food system initiatives emerge and develop there are increasing overlaps in the themes explored, solutions advocated, and

SustainAbility at the Global Climate Action Summit: Steering the Course to a Clean Mobility Future

SustainAbility is at The Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco and will be sharing blog updates about some of the events throughout the week. You can read the first blog of this series here. Steering the Course to a Clean Mobility Future: Tech Innovation Alone Won’t Get Us There Event: Setting the Scene for Climate

SustainAbility at the Global Climate Action Summit: Climate Resilience

On September 11-14th, California will be the center of global climate action. The Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco will bring together leaders from governments, businesses, cities, NGOs and other organizations from around the world to discuss ways to accelerate global ambition on climate, celebrate achievements to date and launch new initiatives. As we reach

Private Sector Contributions to the Shared Global Threat of Antimicrobial Resistance

Leading SustainAbility’s portfolio in health – including work with major pharmaceutical companies, the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA) and the AMR Industry Alliance – Denise Delaney reflects on the threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and the need to spur collective action on it through engaging diverse stakeholders and partners. What kind of

Exploring the Impacts of Shareholder Activism on Sustainability

Shareholder activism, where shareholders attempt to influence a company’s decisions by exercising their rights as owners, is on the rise. Much of this publicised activism has focused narrowly on improving financial performance, with potential implications for broader sustainability considerations. Meanwhile, some investors and other activists, usually local and small in comparison, have been engaging companies

50 Years of Global Health Progress

We supported the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations (IFPMA) in marking its 50th anniversary with a campaign showcasing global health progress over the last 50 years and looking ahead to the next 50. We developed a report, microsite, videos and suite of communications assets which articulate the contributions of the research-based biopharmaceutical industry

50 Years of Global
Health Progress

The International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations (IFPMA) represents the research-based pharmaceutical companies and associations across the globe. This report “50 Years of Global Health Progress”, marks IFPMA’s 50th anniversary, tracing global health progress over the past 50 years and looking forward to challenges and opportunities for the next 50 years. The report takes

A New Role for Brands

Last year, Sustainable Brands launched a three-year initiative to explore our sense of changing global societal aspirations. What we’ve found so far, through extensive research that we’re unfolding around the world, has validated that there is a mainstreaming shift in our collective vision of what the “Good Life” looks like today. More and more consumers

Tracking Progress to Address Antimicrobial Resistance

The AMR Industry Alliance is a diverse coalition of over 100 life sciences companies and associations working with stakeholders to address antimicrobial resistance (AMR). SustainAbility worked closely with the AMR Industry Alliance to develop a measurement framework and deliver the very first report on the progress made against its commitments. Tweet This The Alliance was