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.
Smallholder farmers represent 70% of food production in the world. Transfering sustainable practices at their level is critical to build more resilient and inclusive chains. Here are tips to succeed.
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.
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.
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
The 9th EcoAct benchmark assessing decarbonization of FTSE 100 companies is scathing: 85% of these large companies do not have a strategy to meet their climate challenges. Here is an 8-point plan to involve Board of directors in these issues, and to accelerate the taking into account of climate issues by companies.