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California’s Climate Law Shakeup: Is Your Business Ready?

California’s Climate Law Shakeup Is Your Business Ready

Unpacking SB 253 and SB 261 California’s recent enactment of two significant climate bills, SB 253 and SB 261, is a game-changer for companies operating in the state. With California’s economy ranking globally, its climate laws have far-reaching impacts. These legislative actions, part of a broader global shift towards environmental accountability, mandate comprehensive emissions and […]

Navigating the CSRD Landscape: What SMEs Need to Know

Navigating the CSRD Landscape-What SMEs Need to Know

In In the evolving landscape of corporate responsibility, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) face a unique set of challenges and opportunities. The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is a pivotal development in the European Union’s regulatory environment, aiming to enhance the transparency and accountability of business practices regarding environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues. This […]

Part 2: CSSB – Bridging Global and Local in Sustainability Reporting

Part 2: Bridging Global and Local in Sustainability Reporting

Part 1 unpacked the groundbreaking unveiling of the CSSB’s Proposed Sustainability Disclosure Standards and their core structure. As we delve deeper, it’s important to note that while the standards are largely aligned with global benchmarks, there are some key considerations for Canadian companies.  In Part 2, we’ll explore how the CSSB tailors these standards for […]

Part 1: The Future of Sustainability Reporting in Canada: Unveiling the CSSB’s Proposed Standards

Unveiling the CSSB’s Proposed Standards

Bridging Global and Local in Sustainability Reporting In a groundbreaking move on March 13, 2024, the Canadian Sustainability Standards Board (CSSB) introduced its inaugural Proposed Sustainability Disclosure Standards. This initiative is set to redefine the landscape of sustainability reporting in Canada, aligning it with global benchmarks while tailoring to the unique Canadian context.   Understanding […]

Sustainable Success in Canadian Mining: Leading with ESG Initiatives

Sustainable Success in Canadian Mining: Leading with ESG Initiatives

The Canadian mining industry is setting the standard for sustainable success, driven by a deep commitment to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principles. In the face of global challenges such as climate change and geopolitical instability, ESG is more than a trend; it’s the guiding force for mining companies dedicated to creating meaningful value and […]

Building a Sustainable Future: Regulations, Transparency, and Investor Action || Part 2

Building a Sustainable Future: Regulations, Transparency, and Investor Action

In Part 1, we explored the changing landscape of sustainability disclosure in Canada and the broader integration of sustainability into investment strategies. The journey towards a sustainable future continues as we delve into the challenges and opportunities presented by new regulations and the necessity for reliable sustainability data.     Challenges of Sustainability Data Reliability […]

Investing for a Sustainable Future: The Shifting Landscape for Canadian Investors || Part 1

Investing for a Sustainable Future: The Shifting Landscape for Canadian Investors

A Shift in Sustainability Disclosure In the rapidly evolving landscape of sustainability, Canadian institutional investors are steering towards a new horizon. Recent reports indicate a pivotal shift from traditional sustainability metrics to a broader, more impactful approach. This transformation underscores the investors’ increasing concern for biodiversity and human capital, signaling a deeper understanding of sustainability’s […]

Revealing Bill S-211: Upholding Ethical Standards in Your Supply Chain

Revealing Bill S-211: Upholding Ethical Standards in Your Supply Chain

With the enforcement of the Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act (Bill S-211) on January 1, 2024, companies face new challenges and responsibilities. Recently, the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness released updated guidance to assist organizations in navigating the intricacies of compliance. Bill S-211 aims to fulfill Canada’s […]

Canada’s Sustainability Boom – 23 companies you may want to work for

Canada’s Sustainability Boom

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 with low emissions and help reduce greenhouse gases while improving public health, economic prosperity and social equity. The city has a 25-year plan that looks […]

Hydrocarbon Oligarchy Breakup: Shaping Canadian ESG Programs in 2024

Hydrocarbon Oligarchy Breakup

Hydrocarbon Oligarchy Breakup: Shaping Canadian ESG Programs in 2024 by CSE Research Department || Strengthening Global Collaboration in Green Hydrogen Germany and Canada are strengthening their collaboration in the field of green hydrogen, marking a significant step towards a climate-neutral economy. Federal Economics Minister Robert Habeck and Canadian Energy Minister Jonathan Wilkinson recently signed a […]