by Susann Tischendorf, Director at Inclusive Business Action Network and Alexandra Harris, Writer, Inclusive Business Action Network Why including low-income consumers and producers is good for business
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Innovative thinking and advanced technology are helping one infrastructure operator dispose of excess water, while giving another a more sustainable supply.
There can be little doubt we live in a disrupted world – one troubled by political upheaval, shaken by the impact of rapid technological transformation,
Mario Abreu, VP Sustainability, Tetra Pak explains why the complexity of sustainability and climate change requires a holistic approach.
We still have a long way to go and it’s time to take action. We must all promote sustainability to secure our planet.
To inspire others, we are creating a series of films and documentaries that emphasise the need to achieve global sustainability.
Influenced by the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals,we are promoting the steps that socially responsible organisations are taking towards a sustainable future.
Help us encourage further investment and involvement in the UN’s mission.