UN Water estimates that by 2025, 1.8 billion people are expected to be living in countries and regions with absolute water scarcity.
For those of us in the business and sustainability world, “circular economy” is becoming the trending topic.
On this tax day, the Chamber Foundation wants to recognize companies and their investment in health, environment, and financial wellbeing as a result of the recent tax reform.
Early last year, the waste management world was abuzz with news of furniture manufacturing giant Ikea’s acquisition of a 15 percent minority stake in the Dutch plastics recycling company Morssinkhof Rymoplast Group.
Mobile and digital technology plays a critical role in empowering disadvantaged groups and improving socioeconomic and health outcomes for people in developing countries. Yet, women have fallen behind their male counterparts in technological adoption.
We recently had the opportunity to speak with Vicky Dinges, Senior Vice President, Corporate Responsibility at Allstate.
“The latest World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report tells us it might be 217 years before we achieve gender parity. 217 years?
You may have already heard about the circular economy, perhaps as a part of your company’s sustainability strategy or just in passing. Chances are you’re still wondering what it actually is and what it has to do with you and your business.
From major global retailers to rural cooperatives, businesses are investing in women in their supply chains. Opportunities abound for companies to drive business value and make a positive impact in the lives of women and their communities.