During this unprecedented time, many have been fortunate enough to be able to work from home, or work flexibly. Could our experiences in the coming weeks support a permanent shift towards flexible and virtual working?
Sustainability software helps companies collect, manage, report and ultimately drive positive change using a variety of data sources and areas. When we speak about sustainability data, we’re not just looking at environmental sustainability but instead, data related to a sustainable world in general including governance, health & safety, supply chain and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
The fashion industry has been seriously criticised for being un-sustainable. A staggering 100 billion items of clothing are being produced annually, yet 50% of fast fashion pieces are disposed of within a year. 80% of this waste is then incinerated and a whopping 20% sent to into landfill.
What are the Global Goals and how can we use them to help our businesses be more sustainable and work together achieve the goals?
If you haven’t heard of them before, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a universal call to action to not just end poverty, but also protect the planet and improve the lives and prospects of everyone, everywhere.
As the clock ticks over into a new decade, SustainIt look at what are some of the global trends facing sustainability professionals and indeed the planet as the time remaining to mitigate catastrophic levels of climate change shrinks further
Top Tips for 2020 – we provide some steps you can take to improve quality and data accuracy, long before you pull together the data for your annual sustainability report.
Look no further. SustainIt’s summary on ‘Shaping Your Organisation’s Narrative Infrastructure’ (Sustainability Storytelling)