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What is Corporate Sustainability and Why is it Important?
With a shift in the mindset of the business world, companies these days are expected to engage in practices that are good for the environment and people. Corporate sustainability is defined as the incorporation of long-term and sustainable values into a company’s business strategy and value creation. The sustainability of corporate action is based on the three pillars: Environmental, Social, and Governance (short: ESG). This implies that businesses that implement a corporate sustainability strategy should not only commit to a responsible use of natural resources, but also ensure that everyone involved in your business process is treated fairly and with respect. 
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What Tech Companies can do to Reduce and Avoid Emissions
Life has become tremendously more digital since 2020, with the consumption of online, streaming and entertainment services booming more than ever. Since March 2020, several countries have recorded an increase in internet traffic of at least 20%. 
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Sustainability in Fashion: What Your Brand can do to Reduce its Climate Impact
Did you know that the fashion industry is one of the eight supply chains responsible for more than 50% of global emissions?‍80 billion new pieces of clothes are produced every year - a process that requires an enormous amount of resources. Today, the average person buys 60% more clothing items than 15 years ago, while unfortunately only keeping them for half as long.
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Scaling Planetly’s Carbon Management Platform Globally with OneTrust
The time to fight the long-term impacts of climate change is now, and corporations have a major role to play in reducing carbon emissions and achieving net-zero status. Sustainability reporting and carbon accounting are no longer just nice to haves. Customers, investors, employees, and regulators expect organisations to act sustainably, reduce carbon emissions, and demonstrate how their climate commitments are becoming a climate reality.
All You Need to Know About The SBTi Corporate Net-Zero Standard
The Net-Zero Standard is the world’s first science-based standard for setting corporate net-zero targets that are in line with the Paris Agreement and its goal to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. Developed by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), the Net-Zero Standard provides corporations with a common, standardised and science-based approach for their net-zero target setting by providing them with guidance, criteria and recommendations.
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Good COP, Bad COP? The Key Takeaways From COP26
COP26 ended with a global agreement, the Glasgow Climate Pact, to accelerate climate action and also finally completed the Paris Rulebook.

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How Insurance Companies Can Successfully Tackle Climate Change

The effects of climate change present insurance companies with a variety of new uncertainties. The good news: insurers are predestined pioneers here. They have the opportunity to truly lead the way in helping to build a more sustainable economy and at the same time reduce their own risk exposure.

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