Tag Archives: Stakeholder engagement

How to Scale Up Tech Solutions and Amplify Their Sustainability Impacts

Tech based applications with positive sustainability impacts has significantly increased in the past decade. Mass adoption is critical to scale up impacts

Recasting the risk/return ratio at the time of ESG

It is high time to update the reading of the risk/return trade-off at a time when ESG criteria are becoming increasingly important.

Fighting Deforestation Across Agricultural Commodity Supply Chains is Calling for Social Performance

Energy transition is generating massive procurement of agricultural commodities. Companies can mitigate deforestation risks with social performance programs

We’re not on track to meet Agenda 2030. What’s wrong with PPPs?

PPPs have been on the rise for decades. Problem: we’re not on track to meet Agenda 2030 nor Paris Agreement target 2030. What’s wrong?

Why Sustainability and ESG are Strategic Tools to Invest in Emerging Economies?

By 2030, India, Indonesia, Brazil, Russia and Mexico will belong to the top 10 global economies. Sustainability & ESG help to succeed in emerging economies.

5 Societal Changes That Will Shake Up Business

The role of business in society is changing. Understanding the five profound societal changes underway can help business to innovate and create value

Applying the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights to the ICT Industry: Version 2.0

5 Lessons for Tech Companies to Respect Human Rights

5 lessons for tech companies to apply and respect human rights in the age of digital transformation and growing scrutiny from governments and users

Back to the Basics: How to Make Stakeholder Engagement Meaningful for Your Organization

Stakeholder engagement can be more complicated in practice. Here are practical recommendations to strategize and succeed.

Why GDPR does not Solve the Issues of Cybersecurity and Electronic Surveillance

Despite GDPR, the ongoing digital revolution still offers many new avenues on which the liability issues of companies will increase