Topic Archives: Leadership

2019 Huawei ICT Sustainable Development Goals Benchmark

Information and communications technology (ICT), deployed strategically and used responsibly, is a force for good and a powerful lever by which to drive progress on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Fundamentally, ICT provides access to information, and if that access is provided equitably, it can drive societal progress and efficiency, ultimately building a more sustainable

Watch: Highlights from The 2019 Sustainability Leaders Survey Webinar – Americas/EMEA

   GlobeScan and SustainAbility presented a webinar on July 9th to discuss the results of The 2019 Sustainability Leaders Survey. Hear from global thought leaders who shared their insights on the 2019 survey findings and answered your questions on the current and future state of sustainability leadership: Tensie Whelan, Director of NYU Stern School

Watch: Highlights from The 2019 Sustainability Leaders Survey Webinar – Asia / Pacific

   GlobeScan and SustainAbility presented a webinar on July 9th San Francisco / July 10th at Hong Kong to discuss the results of The 2019 Sustainability Leaders Survey. Hear from global thought leaders who shared their insights on the 2019 survey findings and answered your questions on the current and future state of sustainability

The 2019 Sustainability Leaders

As part of the The 2019 Sustainability Leaders survey, GlobeScan and SustainAbility asked over 800 experts representing business, government, NGOs and academia across 78 countries to evaluate the progress that institutions have made since the 1992 Earth Summit. We also analyze expert views on which companies are considered to be leading on integrating sustainability into

Helping a Sourcing Leader Broaden its Approach to Sustainability

In 2016, SustainAbility supported Chipotle to conduct its first sustainability materiality assessment to better understand the company’s priority issues. Chipotle has been working to integrate sustainability into its menu and sourcing of ingredients. The company has shown leadership on local and organic sourcing and has embedded key sustainability values into its core business. To build

Bringing Together Stakeholders to Advance Sustainability

SustainAbility has worked with Nestlé on its stakeholder engagement since 2006 and have managed and facilitated its stakeholder convenings since 2012. “At Nestlé, we unequivocally believe that access to water is a basic human right.” – Paul Bulcke, Chairman of Nestlé Board of Directors, Nestlé CSV Forum, Brasilia Tweet This Every two years Nestlé hosts

Collaborating to Change Policy and Markets

This is the fifth in a six-part series that explores five focus areas for businesses to address in plastic strategies, accelerating change and pursing the necessary scale of innovation and collaboration to address the plastics challenge. You can read the fourth blog in this series here. No one consumer goods company, packaging or plastics manufacturer

Innovating to Minimise the Lifecycle Impacts of Plastic

This is the fourth in a six-part series that explores five focus areas for businesses to address in plastic strategies to accelerate change and pursue the scale of innovation and collaboration necessary to address the plastics challenge. You can read the previous blogs from this series here. Whilst it is not possible, or even desirable, to remove

Common Threads

Today’s businesses are increasingly recognizing that stakeholder engagement is critical to understanding their context, navigating disruption and formulating successful business strategies. Though engagement is relatively common practice, approaches are not yet common enough. There are no agreed upon best practices shaping corporate strategies around engagement, and many practitioners struggle to determine the right stakeholder engagement approach

Creating a Circular Economy for Plastics

This is the third in a six-part series that explores five focus areas for businesses to address in plastic strategies, accelerate change and pursue the necessary scale of innovation and collaboration to address the plastics challenge. You can read the second blog in this series here. Our current system is failing to capture the economic