Clear Strategy Blog
Sustainability law is an emerging area where there is an opportunity to shape a cohesive legal corpus. As this body of law emerges, the leading edge will be cut by legislatures and the courts, but there is likewise an opportunity for practicing lawyers, academics, and chief legal officers and their teams to shape the law.
How does business dehumanize, and how can it promote humanity? Are there business opportunities that arise from focusing on humans when designing a business, a product or a service?
Your business activity has financial, as well as internal and external ESG impacts. You need to measure all three to calculate your true ROI.
Sustainability means meeting today’s needs without jeopardizing the ability of future generations to meet theirs.
Understand your company’s impacts to the economy, the environment, and/or society. GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) standards.
Developing an ESG strategy starts with knowing which environmental, social and governance goals are critical to your business strategy and success.