Daniele Giovannucci joins the Ready for Take Off ! panel discussion at the 2022 ITC Forum on 30th September 2022. The event, themed Corporate Sustainability: Shooting for the moon? convenes a wide range of speakers to share their expertise on the growing movement to make corporations more responsible and accountable for their impact on people and the planet.
The coming EU Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive will require better corporate data on business risks to sustainability.. “nothing short of a revolution,” some are saying. Standardizing how we measure the realities of supply chains to the farm level is sorely needed.
We queried nearly 150 senior experts, from across the sustainability spectrum in 2022. Here are some of the revealed insights. The two most important sustainability trends or needs going forward are metrics for climate adaptation and strategic sustainability guidance for taking better decisions.
A new initiative from the International Coffee Organization will provide, for the first time, standardized data on farmers’ true costs of production and efficiency of value transmission in supply chains. This is a critical first step to building a shared understanding of the key elements that contribute to sustainable coffee production.
The herd is moving to ESG but results or impacts are emerging as a competitive factor that appeals much more to the smart money. For multinational businesses, ESG are increasingly requirements imposed by insurance or financial markets and regulators. But what about leaders who go beyond to verifiably gauge their sustainability in terms that affect their business? Business and government are desperate for tools to navigate Volatile Uncertain Complex Ambiguous (VUCA) conditions and leaders can turn that into a clear competitive advantage. Not surprisingly, understanding your sustainability risks is critical.
Our understanding of resilience is much less evolved than our understanding of sustainability issues like climate change or deforestation. We need to change that. And we need to change that fast..
To understand the key elements that contribute to sustainable coffee production the Committee on Sustainability Assessment is working with the International Coffee Organization and global partners to measure what matters.
COSA’s Sustainability Intelligence System works for everyone from corporations to cooperatives to let you rapidly learn, show evidence, and scale benefits.
Traceability is often a necessary 1st step in sustainability. The Committee on Sustainability Assessment explains how brands and retailers can get the information they need to enhance their visibility into
Child and forced labor, deforestation, and water contamination in the supply chain all represent risks to a company’s reputation. COSA’s Sustainability Intelligence Tools identify the risks specific to your supply