Collecting and analyzing data on and from vulnerable populations is a black hole today, in a world focused on Big Data and the growing use of Artificial Intelligence. A glaring example of this paradox is the statistical understanding of the 600 million farms under 2 Ha, on which a good quarter of humanity depends.
CS3D, Deforestation, Social Taxonomy, Forced Labor, MACF… The year 2023 is rich in legislative developments carried by the European Union. Review of these developments that impact European companies but also companies located outside the EU doing business with the EU by Ksapa teams.
Green Taxonomy, SFDR, benchmarks regulation, green bonds… Since 2018 and the introduction of its Sustainable Finance Plan, the EU has adopted several acts aimed at its practical implementation, as well as their articulation with schemes governing economic assets such as CSRD, CS3D or MACF. Here is a quick explanation.
Increasingly, boards of directors are called upon to navigate the challenges presented by climate change, racial injustice, economic inequality, and numerous other human right issues that are fundamental to the success and sustainability of companies, financial markets, and economies.
Ksapa invited 3 speakers to share their views on mainstreaming circular fibers in the textile industry. Here Ksapa identifies 5 systemic principles for the development of the circular economy in the textile industry – though also applicable to other sectors.
Discussions at the Davos 2021 Summit made our global roadmap crystal clear: it’s prime time for a Great Reset. Boards are key to Just Corporate Transitions. Ksapa outlines a 4-step plan to convince companies to work at the interface of climate and societal issues.
Energy transition needs massive funding. In discussion with stakeholders, Ksapa outlines in this article its solutions to address 3 key chokeholds companies face in activating energy transition projects – namely, the lack of time, competence and investment capacity
Ksapa joined the World Circular Economy Forum led by Finland, the Netherlands and Canada, aimed at accelerating and amplifying the circular economy. Here are our highlights on the profound changes generated by Covid-19, that impact the very concept of circularity.