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To address climate change, we need to measure carbon emissions accurately and hold companies accountable for emissions commitments.


A 5-part framework shows how companies can adopt social purpose. Lafarge Eastern Canada has used it to guide transformational change.

In unstable environments, businesses increase conflict — unless they commit to inclusive development. Learn more.

How can we address and reduce conflict? Let’s collect ideas and actions, for Ukraine and other conflicts worldwide.

Learn how to survive and thrive while managing a green start-up. Start-up founders and advisors provide counsel.

Businesses must decide whether to leave Russia because of the war in Ukraine. They should consider social benefit, employee welfare, and shareholder interests.

Watching his son progress in karate leads a doctoral student to reflect on management research. What really matters is how we engage with the world.

Business sustainability is not CSR, the triple bottom line, or shared value. It’s bigger, more systemic, and more long term.


“Mom’s Store Nepal” enables reuse of baby clothes. It’s a business model that supports families, the circular economy, and sustainability awareness.

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Creating a circular economy requires involvement from businesses, the public sector, and researchers. Canada’s “Our Food Future” provides a model.

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