EU sustainable finance encourages fight against greenwashing

The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation, which was introduced by the European Commission alongside the Taxonomy Regulation, has now become a reality. It’s part of the legislative measures, arising from the

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EU claims global leadership in Non-Financial Reporting with the new NFRD

Sustainability data are becoming essential for effective corporate management and opportunities in the fast-changing world. In 2018, the EU introduced the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD), requiring large entities to include

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The future calls for greener high-demand jobs.

After a full year of living along with Covid-19, economies globally have been trying to adjust and recover while consider new effective ways to moderate the damage and take action

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Is Europe ready for the 2021 new Sustainability (ESG) challenges?

As 2020 comes to an end, it leaves behind socio-economic consequences. Covid-19 has led to several financial costs that have bended even the strongest players and economies, pushing more and

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Are sustainability professionals ready to tackle the ripple effects caused by the fires?

Currently multiple fires burning more than three million acres with millions of residents smothered in toxic air causing blackouts and extreme heat waves.   This crisis is an example of something climate

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Is Texas Winning the Game on Renewables?

As the Covid-19 pandemic shatters the state’s oil and gas industry, solar energy production is on a trajectory for record growth.   With intense sun and vast tracts of empty

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How do “green bonds” contribute to sustainable development?

Nikos Avlonas President and Founder of Center of Sustainability and Excellence Visiting Professor University of Illinois   Not a new film of the popular series, a new type of bond

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Protests and the role of Corporations

By Rosalinda Sanquiche   London, Madrid, Sydney, Rio de Janeiro, Hong Kong, Pretoria – the globe is protesting racism, uniting in reaction to deep seated problems manifesting in the US. 

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Atlanta: what role can the city play to improve the state’s green status?

Do you consider Georgia a green state? According to the financial website Wallethub, Georgia has some work to do. Last year, in order to “highlight the greenest states and call out

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Florida biodiversity suffering from climate change consequences.

Florida’s wildlife is without a doubt impacted by rising sea levels, warmer temperatures on land and in water, and changes in seasonal rainfall patterns and storm events as the climate

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