The Transforming Urban Mobility project brings business and cities together to implement system-level and integrated initiatives to steer urban mobility systems transformation towards a safer, cleaner, more accessible and more efficient future.
The Science-Based Targets for Buildings (SBT4buildings) project provides solutions for companies in the building and construction sector who want to set carbon reduction targets in line with their own ambitions and Science-based Targets initiative (SBTi) requirements, working to decarbonize the entire value chain.
At COP24 in Poland, we released “Going further, Faster,” our 2018 progress report on the Low-Carbon Technology Partnerships initiative (LCTPi). This report marks the next step in business’ continued drive to scale up climate action and impact.
Recent studies show that natural climate solutions could offer up to 37% of the emissions reductions needed between now and 2030 to limit global warming to 2°C. Our Natural Climate Solutions project (and the award-winning video) aims to help business unlock this untapped potential for addressing the climate.
A new report “The Business Case for Investing in Soil Health” which shows how companies around the world are beginning to address the issue of soil health and identifies the next steps for scaling-up action and investment in soil health.
The CEO Guide to Water lays out the business case for water, outlining physical and non-physical water-related risks and presents significant business opportunities connected to water, including increased resilience and market growth.
The Chemical Sector SDG Roadmap is an initiative led by a selection of leading chemical companies and industry associations, convened by WBCSD, to explore, articulate and help realize the potential of the chemical sector to leverage its influence and innovation to contribute to the SDG agenda.
WBCSD, Futerra and a range of other partners have launched a fresh and fun perspective from which to approach action on SDGs: the Good Life Goals campaign - personal actions that everyone can take to support each of the 17 SDGs. The Good Life Goals can provide companies with valuable clarity into the ways the SDGs link to the actions, activities and lifestyles of their customers and where products and services fit into that picture.
WBCSD and its member companies again played an active role across a variety of key dialogues during the High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) on Sustainable Development, the UN’s central platform for follow-up and review of the implementation of the SDGs.
We launched the ESG Enterprise Risk Management guidance with COSO: Applying enterprise risk management to environmental, social and governance-related risks. This guidance is intended to bring ESG risks and opportunities into a clearer focus for mainstream business and other organizations around the world.
CSI Members, representatives from governments and academia, as well as international experts from different industries gathered in Chicago for the 12th CSI Forum, the most important sustainability event for the cement and concrete industry.
CSI has developed a methodology for calculating the net impact assessment of biodiversity in the cement sector, a way to identify, measure, value, compare and set targets in relation to environmental, social and/or economic impacts, both positive and negative, that a project has over a period of time.
The Forest Products Sector Guide to the Natural Capital Protocol was developed by FSG on behalf of the Natural Capital Coalition. It offers a standardized decision-making framework to support businesses along the forest products value chain in identifying, measuring, and valuing their impacts and dependencies on natural capital.
TIP has developed a state of knowledge report that takes an in-depth account of the countries around the world that produce the largest numbers of end-of-life tires to identify the most promising recovery routes for stakeholders.
Stakeholders launch the Global Platform for Sustainable Natural Rubber, an independent platform to lead improvements in the socio-economic and environmental performance of the natural rubber value chain.