The Business Manifesto for Climate Recovery

Since 1995, WBCSD has worked with members to deliver pragmatic solutions for sustainable action and to advocate for policy levers to support their implementation. Part of WBCSD’s work for actions on the climate change front includes the Business Manifesto for Climate Recovery, which focuses on the most urgent actions needed now to combat climate change.…

Interview: BCSD Malaysia assists companies to tackle climate change

Mitigating climate change requires collective effort. In doing so, both industry players and individuals must play their roles effectively. Collaborations between political will and companies will bring Malaysia closer to carbon neutrality. According to Roberto Benetello, Company Director and Executive Director of Business Council for Sustainable Development (BCSD) Malaysia, Malaysia’s companies are committed to climate…

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Interview: Circular Economy Warriors-Making a Big Splash

Making the circular economy model work requires not just business initiative but also government action, says Business Council for Sustainable Development Malaysia (BCSD Malaysia) executive director Roberto Benetello. The circular economy calls for systemic changes to the current economic model. It involves new business models such as resource sharing and product life extension, so materials…

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Vision 2050: Time to Transform

The world faces three critical challenges: the climate emergency, nature loss and mounting inequality. The COVID-19 pandemic has illustrated that these challenges are interconnected, and that our systems are ill-prepared for shocks. As global risks continue to build, business leaders are rallying behind a bold and urgent transformation agenda developed by WBCSD.   Vision 2050:…

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Article: How can we ensure our cities are green and equitable after the pandemic?

Cities are on the frontlines of COVID-19, with urban residents facing devastating health and economic impacts. Many city leaders are responding with creative solutions, recognizing that actions in response to the pandemic can also make cities greener and more climate resilient. Addis Ababa, Bogota, Kampala, Berlin and Brussels created new bike lanes to reduce risk of COVID-19 transmission and decrease congestion, pollution…

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Event: ‘Business for Human Rights and the Environment’ Webinar

In recent years, the link between human rights and the environment has gained increased traction, together with the escalating global expectations that businesses need to act responsibly to minimise their contribution to potential future climate change. The business case for the corporate sector to prioritize the right to a healthy environment is becoming part and…