Just 12 Asian companies feature in a ranking of the world's 100 most sustainable companies, with Singapore firms suffering a sharp drop. Siemens was number one, last year's leader BMW fell out of the top 10.
Emma Amadi –
The emerging Fintech sector represents an exciting opportunity to kick-start sustainable development. But this new disruptor of the financial services industry should use its power wisely if it’s to maximise positive impact, says Corporate Citizenship's Emma Amadi.
Jayesh Shah –
Jayesh Shah, consultant at Corporate Citizenship, explores how a new development financing mechanism can channel finance to help achieve positive societal outcomes, as well as returns for investors.
and Svetlana Klimenko –
To achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, the private sector must take on a broader, more integrated role in the global development agenda, say World Bank experts Mahmoud Mohieldin and Svetlana Klimenko.
The existing 'take-make-dispose' model of production and consumption is untenable. To halt the downward spiral of waste generation, it's time to rethink and redesign how we consume for a circular economy, says Aurecon's Tim Plenderleith.
Last year was the "best year ever" for green finance, but 2017 will be about turning national climate goals into investment pipelines. UNEP's Nick Robins outlines three practical steps to shift private capital to where it can benefit all of us.
Corporate responsibility (CR) has grown at a rapid pace in the past two decades. More companies are taking action and reporting on their social, environmental and economic performance. Investors are ...
New research by Corporate Citizenship reveals that although business awareness of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals has increased in the past year, tangible action to address the Global Goals ...
Singapore-based companies are starting on the journey towards sustainability, although most of them have not yet made the connection between corporate responsibility and profitability. This is the main finding of ...