A summary of a series of online forum discussions about how business can put people at the heart of their climate actions. The series also covered the role of education and skills in the just transition and how thinking about diversity and inclusion can help spread the burdens and benefits of climate action.
A report on how paying living wages throughout core operations and the value chain strengthens business performance, resilience and stability, while delivering measurable social impact and enabling businesses to more effectively deliver on human and labour rights obligations. Published with Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and Shift, with support from Unilever.
There is a compelling case for action on climate justice. Those who are already most vulnerable will be the most impacted by climate change; on the flip side, combining social and environmental initiatives can create value for all stakeholders. Inside this latest magazine, you will find articles that provide many examples of businesses who are acting on this mission, as well as explain in greater depth why putting people at the heart of climate action should now be a business priority. Our magazines help you navigate the challenges of scaling your social impact and share some of the leading edge thinking on topics across the space. Download the latest issue and past issues here.
A toolkit on how companies can transition to a net-zero economy at the same time as economically empowering the many vulnerable women working upstream in global value chains. With the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office's Work and Opportunities for Women Programme, PwC and the Corporate Responsibility Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School.
A summary of an online discussion about how business and their partners can recognise, value, and enhance the contributions of the “hidden women” in global smallholder value chains, on whom our global food supply systems depend. With Unilever and Oxfam GB.
An insights paper on how social entrepreneur leaders of colour in the U.S. are struggling to find sufficient investment to build businesses that serve their communities, with practical actions that need to be taken. With Barclays.
An action framework on how business can put people at the heart of climate action; recognising the social equity dimensions of climate impacts. With the Corporate Responsibility Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School.
A report that identifies ten key elements that were integral to its success, and that provide insights on the way organisations could work together to tackle future crises and challenges. With the Corporate Responsibility Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School, and the UK Aid / Unilever Hygiene and Behaviour Change Coalition.
A report on how wider uptake of ‘self-care’ approaches can reduce pressure on strained health systems, improve vulnerable people’s health outcomes and empower individuals and communities in the process. With Bayer.
A toolkit specifically tailored to assist with navigating planning during crises, when traditional corporate planning processes may take too long or require too many certainties.