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What’s making the headlines

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Indirect emissions, the largest contributor to carbon footprint, soon to be measurable as more companies invest in carbon accounting tools.

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91% of banks, 24 credit-rating agencies, 71% of fixed-income investors, and 90% of insurers are tracking ESGs for decision-making - Gartner

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A floating leaf that that turns solar light into fuel, in development by University of Cambridge scientists, could lower the pollution footprint of shipping.

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What you need to know

Transitioning to green IT in banking, financial services, and insurance

IT operations are a major contributor of emissions in the BFSI industry. We analyze the evolving IT requirements of firms and highlights the need to reduce the carbon footprint of BFSI firms’ IT operations. We also present a framework to measure and mitigate adverse environmental impact.

Take nothing back, and leave nothing behind: Tourism's new motto

Adopting UNWTO's guidelines on sustainable tourism can help the industry pursue economic development and environmental protection together.

Achieving circularity – Building sustainable supply chains

While globally supply chain leaders have committed investments into the circular economy, few have put those theories into practice. However, for manufacturers, embracing circularity is inevitable: their customers are more aware of the environmental impact on their businesses and regulatory agencies are making sustainability mandatory.

Build resilient, sustainable travel value chain with harmonious ecosystems

A resilient and sustainable value chain that transcends current industry barriers is a collective priority for all key stakeholders in the travel industry.

Transitioning to green IT in banking, financial services, and insurance

IT operations are a major contributor of emissions in the BFSI industry. We analyze the evolving IT requirements of firms and highlights the need to reduce the carbon footprint of BFSI firms’ IT operations. We also present a framework to measure and mitigate adverse environmental impact.

Take nothing back, and leave nothing behind: Tourism's new motto

Adopting UNWTO's guidelines on sustainable tourism can help the industry pursue economic development and environmental protection together.

Achieving circularity – Building sustainable supply chains

While globally supply chain leaders have committed investments into the circular economy, few have put those theories into practice. However, for manufacturers, embracing circularity is inevitable: their customers are more aware of the environmental impact on their businesses and regulatory agencies are making sustainability mandatory.

Build resilient, sustainable travel value chain with harmonious ecosystems

A resilient and sustainable value chain that transcends current industry barriers is a collective priority for all key stakeholders in the travel industry.

Sustainability in numbers

Corporate agenda
1

out of 3 organizations feature ESG on their corporate agenda- Gartner

Jobs opportunities
9

million jobs will be created in EU5 by green energy by 2040 - Forrester

Sustainable business
36%

organizations pursuing carbon-neutral goals- Gartner

C-suite
90%

C-suite executives believe sustainability to be important - Forbes

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Climate change is destroying our path to sustainability. Ours is a world of looming challenges and increasingly limited resources. Sustainable development offers the best chance to adjust our course.
BAN KI-MOON

Former Secretary General, United Nations

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