AUTHOR: worldfavor

26 May A Summary of the New Waste Reporting Standard - GRI 306: Waste 2020

Inadequate waste management has become a major environmental, economic and public health problem. According to the World Bank, 2.01 billion tonnes of municipal solid waste is generated annually, with at least 33% not being managed in an environmentally safe manner. Additionally, the World Bank ...

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19 May 7 Climate Frameworks You Need to Know

The ongoing climate crisis is directly linked to world food security, as global temperatures have risen and desertification affects over 500 million people worldwide. In an effort to stem the tide, various sustainable climate frameworks have been put in place to improve the situation in a number ...

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12 May The Sustainability Buzzwords, Acronyms, and Abbreviations You Need to Know – Part 3

As sustainability work continues to develop and advance worldwide, more terminologies and definitions are being formed. Are you up-to-date on the latest sustainability concepts? Regardless of your answer, we’ve got you covered! Our popular Buzzword Guide has been updated with the latest ...

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05 May Summary of the EU Taxonomy that was Launched in 2020

The European Commission established a Technical Expert Group (TEG) on sustainable finance midway through 2018, tasked to advise with a range of policy reforms. Their aim is to help facilitate Europe’s move to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, as well as combating climate change in the long-term.

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28 Apr Barriers To Transparency in the Wine and Spirits Industry and How To Overcome Them

For over a decade, sustainability has grown all the more important in the wine and spirit industry. The industry depends heavily on quality ingredients and healthy ecosystems, the sustainability of agriculture production and climate change are significantly impacting crops, and thus, all ...

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21 Apr An Overview of Corruption in Supply Chains

Enroute from the supplier to the customer, almost every product or service goes through a supply chain of some kind. 

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16 Apr What is ISO 14001?

In our newly launched five-part series, Sustainability Frameworks 101, we’ll cover some of the most commonly used sustainability frameworks for businesses. This series is set to provide you with the fundamental information about each framework – what they are, how to use them, and why they’re ...

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14 Apr 2019 CHRB Shows Most Businesses Failing on Human Rights

Nine out of ten global companies fail in their human rights work throughout their supply chain, according to Corporate Human Rights Benchmark’s (CHRB) latest report. The alarmingly low scores revealed in the 2019 benchmark demonstrate how the biggest global companies across four high-risk ...

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08 Apr Oatly Leads Food Industry with Sustainability as Core Business Model

Founded in Sweden in 1994, Oatly is a plant-based food brand with a vision to “make it easy for people to turn what they eat and drink into personal moments of healthy joy without recklessly taxing the planet’s resources in the process.” The two key focus areas for Oatly are constantly becoming ...

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07 Apr Sustainability’s Transformative Journey and How It Will Look in the Future

Sustainability in the 2020’s will be notably improved compared to the previous decade, where much of the time and energy was spent convincing people that climate change actually existed in the first place. 

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