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Tools

The WBCSD has developed a number of tools, methodologies and principles that aim to support member companies’ sustainability journey.

We have developed the WBCSD Tool Box to briefly introduce each tool. 

In this document, the tools are classified in categories that correspond to different stages of the journey towards sustainability: awareness raising and capacity building, understanding available tools, methodologies to help assess impacts and dependencies, and frameworks to help manage projects.

Further information on each of the tools is available in the Tools section of the WBCSD website »

 

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  Business Ecosystems Training (BET)
Business Ecosystems Training is designed to improve the understanding of managers and employees across business functions about their company’s direct and indirect impact and dependence on ecosystems and ecosystem services.
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Changing Pace

Changing Pace, the WBCSD’s latest discussion paper, is an invitation to governments, policy makers, civil society and business leaders to engage in a debate on the policies required to help achieve Vision 2050, a world in which 9 billion people live well, within the limits of one planet by mid-century.

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PepsiCo and the Challenge of the Eco - Challenge – Authentically Engaging with Youth
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Jobs, apprenticeships, and traineeships: Nestlé’s approach to help tackling youth unemployment
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The ITC Hospitality Management Institute
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Meeting the skills gap: ITC’s vocational training program
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Meeting the skills gap: SABMiller’s 4e Camino al Progreso training program
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