The challenges and learnings from companies responsibly sourcing sustainable products and solutions in Hong Kong.
More recently, in a world full of sustainability challenges that demands accelerated actions, there are growing examples of business-led initiatives that proactively drive and facilitate public policy change. Business leadership has never been more important.
Chris presented on GlobeScan’s latest stakeholder and consumer research combining it into a briefing on the evolving expectations for corporate leadership and the best practice examples of trusted leadership in the world.
What can product design and systems design learn from each other, how can tools such as life cycle analysis help build better businesses and waste systems.
What are the innovations that are making the difference at the scale we need? What are the steps we need to take to encourage faster adoption and reach more people?
Employees are a potent, but too often latent, source of energy to power your business – what do you need so that you harness this resource?
Waste is a resource in the wrong place, so what intellectual and physical infrastructure do we need to create in order to have efficient systems?
How can technology enable businesses to pursue growth that is both equitable and sustainable? This session looks at what is being done and what may lie ahead in integrating sustainability into the core of global business.
How companies work with their suppliers to improve sustainability and impact? How could companies avoid and reduce such impacts after their outsourcing to their supply network?