If 2020 was the year chips all fell into place, 2021 kickstarts action against the 2030 Global Agenda. Marred by a pandemic shock, the last 12 months exemplified the impacts of interwoven climate, social and digital crises.
In a volatile context where businesses and investors primarily focus on recovering from the Covid crisis, they must also change their methods to better manage their Human Rights risks regardless of these seemingly contrary injunctions.
Ksapa held a webinar to explore solutions for corporations and investors to #BuildingBackBetter. Here are some takeways to navigate the crisis learning from the past and exploring innovative solutions coming what has been so unique to date with Covid-19 crisis.
The latest in a long line of distortions in corporate sustainability commitments, SDG-washing consists in claiming support of a United Nations’ initiative, without resolutely acting in favor of the global community, let alone managing negative impacts. Here are 5 key progress points for businesses and investors to uphold the 2030 Agenda.
Time to invest in responsible purchasing practices seeking for impact. 3 successful solutions to match practices with the demands of the real economy we’re sharing with Chief Procurement Officers.
Businesses and investors’ active contribution to inclusive growth is indispensable for our global society to emerge from the top, given the long list of inequalities accelerated and amplified by Covid-19.
The Covid-19 crisis is putting strong pressure on real economy front line business leaders. Those managing activities feeding, caring, housing, educating, cultivating and transporting people and consumers. Here we describe 3 guiding principles for inspiration and action.