Our leadership groups focus on issues where business can have a significant impact on policy and business practice and where collective action is needed.
We provide individuals and organisations with a broad range of sustainability leadership and strategy courses designed to meet specific business and leadership development needs.
Our programmes are accredited by the University of Cambridge, and build the capacity of professionals to bring about positive change for sustainability within their organisations.
E.Valu.A.Te is driven by business and aims to generate the critical mass required to address the unintended impacts of business upon natural capital.
How we can create a future we would like to live in? During COP17, sustainable economy experts Anton Cartwright and the late Peet Du Plooy were asked to imagine visiting us from 2035, to tell us what life was like then.
ClimateWise co-publishes a series of new innovative resources which identify priorities for collaborative action between the insurance industry and city leaders.
ClimateWise co-develops joint statement on how insurance industry & governments can work together more effectively.
2–5 March 2014: in collaboration with Net Balance Foundation, a unique strategy, leadership & change management platform for senior business leaders within the modern economic, social & environmental landscape.
Following the Ministerial Green Growth Group European Green Growth Summit in October 2013, work is underway with EU Ministers to build a forum and network through which an ambitious, growth-enhancing and cost-effective EU decarbonisation strategy can be pursued.
8 October 2013: Launch of the Investment Leaders Group (ILG), a group of leading asset managers and owners who will bring together leading firms in sector.
11–12 December, London: leadership seminar for CFOs from leading international businesses, to enhance understanding of the changing landscape of commercial risks and opportunities to ensure sustainable growth and organisational resilience.
Follow the latest climate science as the findings from the IPCC’s 5th Assessment Report are published. Download briefings and infographics explaining why these reports are so important for business now.
Every year, the UK faces greater challenges over too much or too little water. Our infographics prepared with Anglian Water and the Guardian visually identify how the value chain can work together to build lasting solutions.
We work on strategic sustainability issues with senior executives from companies operating in Africa, as well as leaders from government and civil society organisations.
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