Tag Archives: Sustainability

Ksapa x CoBS: Shared Views on Mandatory Human Rights Due Diligence Efforts

In this piece, Ksapa joins researchers Mary-Lee Rhodes and Linda Benrais from the Council on Business and Society to share perspectives on ongoing Human Rights due diligence efforts.

Options For When Brands Mix With Sticky Issues – Learning From Mica

Options For When Brands Mix With Sticky Issues – Learning From Mica

In this blog, Ksapa reviews the cosmetic industry’s glittery case of mica, a mineral with difficult traceably that is often mined using child labor.

Designing solutions for more resilient agricultural supply chains

Designing Solutions for Resilient Raw Materials Supply

Ksapa recently organized a webinar “Solutions For Resilient Raw Materials”. Key findings from this webinar are accessible in this blog.

Effective Strategies Towards Engaging Smallholders

When industrial companies want to work effectively with smallholders, designing an effective training and communication strategy is key. Selecting the right channel, or combination of channels can achieve the desired results at an acceptable cost. Ksapa is sharing tips based on its expertise and programs in this article.

Supporting Indonesian Rubber Plantation Farmers Working With Porsche and Michelin

Ksapa is working with Porsche and Michelin to design and deploy the first natural rubber project that encompasses the entirety of the supply chain: smallholder farmers and partners, a natural rubber processing company, a tire maker and a car maker.

Synchrony: a Ksapa x June Marketing tool to support the transition of companies

Ksapa delves into aligning private sector SDG commitments with robust impact metrics aligned with international standards.

Understanding the Concept of Double Materiality

Understanding the Concept of Double Materiality

Ksapa explains the concept of double materiality and underlines the importance of risks/opportunities in the financial and extra-financial aspects of the exercise.

2021 is the year for supercharging business and finance sustainability.

Supercharging Business and Finance Sustainability in 2021

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.

Learning From a Momentous 2020

2020 is coming to an end. A momentous year, it warrants particular reflection. In open discussion with our customers and partners, we draw the following 3 key learnings