As part of the FIFA Quality Programme, is a tool to ensure that FIFA…
In light of the recent UN report, having more ambitious climate transition plans in place will help governments
close the gap between their national commitments and the efforts to enact those commitments.
Innovation in climate change mitigation technologies (CCMT) is far less than what we need. In the recent World Intellectual Property Report 2022 on The Direction of Innovation, this issue is addressed head on.
APSCA has expanded its field of vision (and mission) by engaging additional stakeholders in public policy and academia, setting sights on the future.
The changes and developments regarding requirements on human rights as well as on due diligence pose some challenges to global businesses.
From less stress to a boost in self-esteem, exercise is as great for our brain as it is for our body. But can exercise also be good for our planet?
The clothing sector is one of the most polluting industries in the world, second only to oil and gas, and produces more emissions than maritime shipping and international flights combined.
The ESG committee is focusing on global societal, social and environmental trends like climate change, resource depletion, labor and health issues.
Its work is targeted at developing and promoting an understanding within the World Federation about the relevance of global social and environmental challenges for each individual member company offering members an opportunity to tackle challenges through guidance and sharing best practice services, supporting members in identifying synergies to tie resources and enhance leverage through collaborative work.
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