SustainabilityHQ.com Weekly Highlights

SustainabilityHQ.com Weekly Highlights

Highlighting the top news, commentary, and research for the week coming from SHQ. The highlights newsletter also spotlights one profiled organization and their recent activity as monitored by SHQ.

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Addressing Supply Chain Challenges in the COVID-19 Era
Since the “new world order” ushered in a new era in global trade some 30 years ago with the end of the Cold War, barriers to trade have continued to tumble. “GATT” (the “General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade” rounds of global trade talks that began in 1947) gave way to the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 1995. New rules were applied, and trade continued to become “more liberalized”. ...
Apr 28, 2020 10:00 AM ET
The Virus Crisis Affects Business in Many Way - What Will the Risks and Opportunities Result in Post-Emergency? BNP Paribas Offers Views…
What might our world look like when the COVID-19 global emergency winds down and we move into the “recovery and restoration” phase?  What is in store for business in the transition? And beyond? Looking at risk and opportunity through an ESG lens. BNP Paribas Asset Management has offered up some important perspectives. ESG analyst Anupama Rames asks and answers:  (1) Will the...
Apr 21, 2020 12:10 PM ET
Watching for the Signals That Corporate Sustainability and Sustainable Investing Trends Continue to Advance in the Time of the Virus Crisis
Watching for the Signals That Corporate Sustainability and Sustainable Investing Trends Continue to Advance in the Time of the Virus Crisis In each issue of this newsletter and in other of our...
Apr 13, 2020 12:00 PM ET
Corporations Respond to the Virus Crisis - Series From G&A Institute -- Excellence in Corporate Citizenship on Display
As the coronavirus infections continued to spread into every corner of the globe, the players in three societal sectors moved into action – the public sector (governments), the private sector (in the main, corporations, public and private) and what the esteemed Professor Peter Drucker identified as the “Social” sector (i.e., not-for-profits, NGOs, academics, foundations, others). The G...
Apr 7, 2020 10:30 AM ET
Advanced Manufacturing in the Era of Greater Corporate Sustainability – Here's "Industry 4.0" From the World Economic Forum
The mantra Take, Make, Dispose has been the traditional approach of many manufacturing firms over the many decades of the modern industrial revolution. (Are we in Phase One of dramatic change? Two? Three?  The World Economic Forum discussions center on Phase Four – the Fourth Industrial Revolution.) And part of that is the focus on greater sustainability in industry. ...
Mar 9, 2020 2:00 PM ET

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