ESG challenges for C-Suite Executives in 2022

ESG will remain a massive topic in 2022 and will be increasingly important for businesses, individuals, and legislators. The top ESG challenges for business leaders in 2022: Disclosures become more

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What CFOs should know about Climate Risks in ECB banking supervision

Integrating climate change into the financial stability framework has become part of daily central banking discussions. The Network for Greening the Financial System’s initiative, the 2021 Bank for International Settlements

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MENA Region: Shaping a sustainable future

As identified by The World Economic Forum’s Global Risk Report 2021, environmental risks, such as extreme weather, climate action failure and human environmental damage are the biggest global risks by

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Climate Change 2021: An ecosystem and human crisis just ahead

This should not be another blog expressing the dreadful consequences of climate change. Right now humanity in its whole is witnessing live, the disruption due to dramatically high temperatures that

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How does Canada comply with ESG laws and regulations?

By CSE research team   With the growing spotlight on ESG factors and the journey towards ESG measuring and disclosure, with a stress on the long-term economic and social and

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Yachting industry: sustainability is moving towards marinas

Sustainable transport is recognized as one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century and the yachting industry does have a significant impact on the environment. As the popularity of

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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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Will you be ready for new regulations?

By CSE research team   In Europe, expect them to strengthen.  In the US, expect them to emerge.  New laws are inevitable.  Whether it be a result of the Biden

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Climate neutrality: a common target for states and companies

Climate neutrality is a “must include” in a sustainability communications strategy. It refers to a broader focus on net-zero emissions of all anthropogenic greenhouse gases and it is often described

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Can the US catch-up with EU & Canada and revive their sustainability (ESG) regulations?

Globally, countries are stepping up their game to greater sustainability, mainly climate change, into their financial industries. The plans are most advanced in the European Union and Canada.   In

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