Will 2020 sustainability claims become sources of public embarrassment for corporate leaders?
What is the tinder that can spark widespread social movements that shift power from the few to the many?
2015 marked a defining moment for sustainable agriculture with the signing of the Sustainable Development Goals and a growing number of public-private partnerships that aim to help realize them. As countries, […]
Did you know that cotton uses more insecticides than any other commodity? Or that there are over 100 million individual cotton farmers in 75 countries? In light of recent efforts […]
As you read this, a historic moment is underway as nearly two hundred heads of state are gathered in New York for the 70th General Assembly of the United Nations. […]
As part of the 2014 Global Sustainability Standards Conference (May 20-21), ISEAL and COSA convened a pre-conference discussion on new trends and recent findings in measuring sustainability impacts. In addition […]
The COSA Measuring Sustainability Report is a result of our seven year collaboration with many organisations and experts to evolve a common set of practical indicators and metrics to improve […]
Participants explored the science and technology options for poverty eradication and sustainable development, with a focus on the cases of agriculture and energy. COSA President Daniele Giovannucci stressed the importance […]
As the concept of a triple bottom line reaches boardrooms in meaningful ways, the report finds that the available methods for measuring it are limited. As COSA gathers experience and […]