Sustainability or environmental, social and governance (ESG), is increasingly on the minds of investors and other key stakeholders - which means corporate boards must be ready to respond when asked about their sustainability performance.
Sustainable living requires not just new products and services, but a shift in the type of “good life” that we aspire to, says Julian Hill-Landolt of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).
New technologies and a circular approach to water management offer great opportunities to preserve the most vital resource, says Tom Williams of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).
The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) works with companies that have understood there can be no more business as usual. Backed by 200 of the world’s leading corporates, the organisation forges a pathway for a sustainable future. Peter Bakker, President and CEO of WBCSD, explains how.
Advances in automation and Artificial Intelligence are transforming the world of work at an unprecedented rate. We spoke to Kitrhona Cerri and Davide Fiedler of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) about how companies are preparing for the future of work.
Some countries are not living up to climate change commitments, and companies that are setting their own targets to reduce their carbon footprint are asking governments for policy coherence and stable long-term plans, says Maria Mendiluce of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).
EB-5 has for many years been a runaway success. But with ever-increasing waiting times and long delays for some nationalities, defining the right strategy has become the most important exercise of the immigration process, says Edward Beshara, US Attorney at Law.
While Canada has long been self-regulating immigration consultants, the country is now on its way to giving the industry watchdog more power to investigate offenders and enforce regulation. Gerd Damitz, Past President of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC), talks about Canada’s experience in self-regulation and explains why he believes that Canada can be a role model for others.
We have two to five years left to transform our food system at a global scale according to Alison Cairns, Director of the Food Systems Transformation at World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).
The European Commission has no competence to regulate, and a rather poor understanding of citizenship matters and the investment migration industry, writes Dimitry Kochenov, Professor of EU Constitutional Law in Groningen, and Chairman of the IMC.
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