Companies that are likely to have an impact on nature and biodiversity will be assessed¬ – including with regard to how they impact communities

Week of 10 January 2022 Companies that are likely to have an impact on nature and biodiversity will be assessed¬ – including with regard to how they impact communities Our key takeaway: Shining a light on the inextricable link between people and planet, the WBA’s forthcoming Nature and Biodiversity corporate benchmark will look at environmental, … Continue reading Companies that are likely to have an impact on nature and biodiversity will be assessed¬ – including with regard to how they impact communities

2021’s turn towards autocracy has been met with instances of popular pushback—how can we continue to support democratic ideals in 2022?

Week of 10 January 2022 2021’s turn towards autocracy has been met with instances of popular pushback—how can we continue to support democratic ideals in 2022? Our key takeaway: 2021 was a mixed year for democracy, accountability and transparency in nearly every country in the world. In 2022 we could turn the tides back on … Continue reading 2021’s turn towards autocracy has been met with instances of popular pushback—how can we continue to support democratic ideals in 2022?

2022 risks creating deeper economic and social divides globally … but there is also opportunity to head these crises off

Week of 10 January 2022 2022 risks creating deeper economic and social divides globally … but there is also opportunity to head these crises off Our key takeaway: WEF’s outlook for 2022 hinges on whether the world can effectively tackle macro-issues like the pandemic and equitable economic recovery, an effective climate transition, and new drivers … Continue reading 2022 risks creating deeper economic and social divides globally … but there is also opportunity to head these crises off