Singapore – Are you ready for the bold and ambitious green plan?

Singapore has one of the world’s biggest deforestation footprints per capita and the impact of climate change has become more intense in recent years. Forestry, urbanization and agriculture are the

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Five years countdown for renewables to overtake coal.

A number of countries have already pledged to reach net‐zero emissions, however the gap between theory and action still exists. This gap needs to close if countries want the chance

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CSE’s Event with the attendance of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and Rating Agencies on the need of a new ESG regulatory framework

The Center for Sustainability and Excellence held on May 18, 2021 a live event on “How ESG disclosures can support Investors’ decisions and a more Sustainable Economy. The need for

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Drive your corporation’s ESG transformation

  Join other Senior Representatives of top US Corporations seeking to learn how to navigate through the new regulatory landscapes for ESG Disclosures and Climate Risk   Climate change risk

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The importance of Carbon Tax to tackle climate change

By Nikos Avlonas, President and Founder of CSE   Climate change poses a serious threat and it is acknowledged that vulnerable communities will bear the most consequences. To tackle the

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What do Fortune500 companies and other leading governmental organizations have in common?

They all trust CSE on Sustainability (ESG) Consulting Services to maximize their Impact.   Integrated Sustainability (ESG) consulting services by a global leader Our services are designed to assist our

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10 Trends that will shape Sustainability in 2021 and beyond

By CSE Research Team The COVID-19 pandemic came in 2020 to reinforce the climate crisis and increase business challenges and risks for investors and C-Suite Executives in several sectors. Let’s

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How 2020 Covid challenges can become opportunities for 2021 towards a more Sustainable Path

What Sustainability Executives (CSOs) should be aware   By Nikos Avlonas, President and Founder of CSE   As the COVID-19 pandemic ran its course in 2020, sustainability concerns tracked along with

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ESG – Two Steps Back with current administration; Three Steps Forward with Biden

Nikos Avlonas President CSE   Environment, social and governance (ESG) considerations were limited during the current Administration.  Under President Joe Biden, companies active in the US can expect a different

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When it comes to financial and sustainability performance dynamic optimization is better than sequential

While U.S. voters are picking a President, there is an increasing global awareness among policy makers, financial leaders and businesses that measures to address climate change, from clean energy research

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