Green growth: why the global tech world has to lead with purpose

An increasing number of companies have made public commitments to adopt ESG strategies and support the global quest for green growth.   To drive “green growth”, governments, international organizations and

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CSE’s Nikos Avlonas Named to 2021 Environment+Energy Leader 100 Honoree List

  Chicago, Illinois, December 14, 2021: The Center for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) is proud to announce that its Founder and President Nikos Avlonas has been named to the 2021

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The Sustainable Products Initiative: a renewed European approach towards product policy

The new policy framework, known as the Sustainable Products Initiative (SPI), aims to foster responsible supply chains against greenwashing. There is a worldwide demand for more efficient and sustainable products

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CSE Leader in Sustainability ESG Education Globally to Reach 200,000 Professionals by 2030

As we just celebrated Thanksgiving in the United States, it was a time for us at CSE to reflect and be grateful for the successful year we’ve had so far in 2021.

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What companies need to know about the new SBTi’s Net Zero Standard

A few days before the COP26, the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi) launched the world’s first Net-Zero Corporate Standard. The concept of ‘Net Zero’ has gained increasing popularity, leading to

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The most important decisions taken in COP26 and how they affect corporations

Two weeks of negotiations are finally over and COP26 has left a crystal-clear message to businesses: it’s time to reassess your business strategies and carbon footprint, if you want to

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The race to zero carbon European Economies:  why the need for Sustainability ESG Practitioners is urgent?

In these times of unprecedented economic and social disruption, decision makers are trying to reinforce the reorientation of Europe’s economic model towards Sustainability. The challenge for all corporations is to

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ESG Investing in Canada and the need for a disclosure standardization.

  Canada is slowly moving towards developing a green taxonomy for the local market. However, that nonsolid frame of industry standards and regulations is a main source of concern when

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