As part of the 2014 Global Sustainability Standards Conference ISEAL and COSA convened a pre - conference discussion on new trends and recent findings in measuring sustainability impacts.
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 the understanding and management of sustainability efforts.
The first consultative workshop on Development, Transfer and Dissemination of Clean and Environmentally Sound Technologies in Developing Countries was held in New York this April.
COSA’s Annual Science Meetings gathered a team of research experts from around the globe in Dakar, hosted by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
After 6 years of work, a long-awaited independent review of the impacts of various Sustainability Initiatives was officially launched at Rio.
I was pleasantly surprised by a recent report that an overwhelming 93 percent of corporate CEOs surveyed for the largest ever CEO research on corporate sustainability (UNGCAccenture) recognize that sustainability issues are “critical to the future success of their companies”.