Regenerative agriculture goes far beyond soil science

Week of 7 February 2022 Regenerative agriculture goes far beyond soil science Our key takeaway: To move the dial for a systems transformation, companies across sectors—from food and beverage, to apparel and footwear, to textiles—should be looking at their role as part of complex agriculture supply chains. Crucially, the shift towards regeneration needs to be … Continue reading Regenerative agriculture goes far beyond soil science

Companies and investors call on the European Commission to urgently adopt a meaningful legislative proposal related to human rights and environmental due diligence (mHREDD)

Week of 7 February 2022 Companies and investors call on the European Commission to urgently adopt a meaningful legislative proposal related to human rights and environmental due diligence (mHREDD) Our key takeaway: Companies – large and small, investors and business associations issue an urgent call to the European Commission: they want mandatory human rights and … Continue reading Companies and investors call on the European Commission to urgently adopt a meaningful legislative proposal related to human rights and environmental due diligence (mHREDD)

Companies are lacking the ambition to meaningfully reduce emissions

Week of 7 February 2022 Companies are lacking the ambition to meaningfully reduce emissions Our key takeaway: Companies’ net-zero targets--and performance on those targets—are not ambitious enough for the world to limit global warming to 1.5°C. What’s needed? Clearer pledges and more transparency, collective action and collaboration, increased regulation, and ambitious action and innovation that … Continue reading Companies are lacking the ambition to meaningfully reduce emissions