Tag Archives: Competitiveness

Learning From Covid-19 to Build More Resilient Societies

The crisis generated by the Covid-19 provides immediate lessons for building more resilient societies. Here we describe 5 principles inferred from the current health, economic and social crisis, to be applied now and without moderation.

Just Transition Offers the Opportunity to Take Responsibility on Climate

The lucrative tourism sector offers a concrete terrain to explore the issues raised by the issue of just transition, moving from a logic of collective dilution of climate responsibilities to a dynamic of joint responsibility of local stakeholders.

Local Stakeholder Engagement on Human Rights – 5 Tips to Get it Right

Virtually any industrial development nowadays with local footprint is calling for serious local stakeholder engagement. Regulators, investors and good practice to build systemic ESG risk assessment encourage proactive risk mitigation of human right related risks. 5 tips to get it right in this article

Agenda 2030 – Here Are Concrete Solutions and Useful Ingredients, For Positive Attitude

We decided to kick off 2020 with a friendly annual event. Here are key takeaways shared across interveners to maintain a positive attitude.

3 Reasons Why We’ve Decided to Kick Off 2020 Being Optimistic About Sustainability

Easy to kick off 2020 with gloomy mood looking how we closed 2019 on the front of sustainability. Well, instead, we’ve decided to kick off 2020 being optimistic, and here are 3 reasons why

How to Align a Sustainability Strategy With the 2020+ Delivery Decade Ahead?

2020 is the delivery decade. Based on our experience, we’re sharing 6 tips to define and deploy pertinent sustainability strategy aligned with the big expectations from business ahead of us

Human Rights, a Source of Legal Instability for Business? Not Really. What’s at Stake is More Profound

Multinational companies are increasingly given formal notice by civil society on the basis of human right due diligence laws. A new source of insecurity for companies as some say? What’s at stake is more profound for business and investors