Canada Elections Could Turn on Sustainability Concerns

In advance of Canada federal elections, have you noticed more political ads focused on the environment?  While many have tried to turn sustainability into a partisan issue, much as it

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From Investors Activism to Employees Activism – The Amazon case

The planned event will mark the first time in Amazon’s 25-year history that workers at the company’s headquarters have participated in a strike.   Over the past year, tech workers across the

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How can Sustainability Non-compliance affect Canadian Companies in EU?

EU companies face tough penalties for not publishing Sustainability Reports or publicly disclosing Corporate Responsibility data. The EU Directive on Non-financial and Diversity Information (Directive 2014/95/EU) can greatly affect Canadian

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The ground-breaking French Law that challenge Multi-nationals for their transparency on Sustainability and CR issues in their Supply Chains

Nikos Avlonas President and Founder of Center of Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) During our lifetime there is a plethora of products that are produced in far way countries in conditions

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Five Surprising Departments Which Need Sustainability

Sustainability training in Houston will naturally gravitate to Energy, space aeronautics and finance.  Even outside these sectors, sustainability touches all the companies which have anything to do with energy, water,

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How do “green bonds” contribute to sustainable development?

Nikos Avlonas President and Founder of Center of Sustainability and Excellence Visitor Professor to University of Economics   Not a new film of the popular series, a new type of

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What to Expect: FAQs about Training

Part 4 in our series What to Expect from Sustainability Training   You’re taking the plunge and augmenting your corporate sustainability skills by taking an advanced course.   With multiple options,

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Canada to Lead Sustainability Finance –8 ways to influence sustainable growth

The Bank of Canada’s 2019 Financial System Review lists climate change as one of the main vulnerabilities facing Canada’s economy.  The Global Commission on the Economy and Climate estimates that

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San Francisco’s Sustainability Draw – 21 companies you may want to work for

San Francisco is a leader in sustainability.  The city has the toughest ban on polystyrene foam products in the United States.  It requires solar panels or green roofs to be

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Canada’s Sustainability Boom – 18 companies you may want to work for

Canada is a global leader in sustainability.  Canada has passed a revenue neutral carbon tax. Toronto is making investments to decarbonize its economy and infrastructure with contract preferences for  companies

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