Sustainable development for all
When world leaders gather in Rio de Janeiro to address sustainable development at the Rio 20 conference, Deloitte will be participating along with attendees from governments, the private sector, and NGO's from across the globe.
Also known by its longer name, the United National Conference on Sustainable Development, the conference, will take place 20-22 June and focus on a green economy in the context of sustainable development, poverty eradication, and the institutional frameworks that address the challenges of sustainable development. Deloitte's Sustainability and Climate change professionals are uniquely positioned to address these issues. Explore the thought leadership on this page to learn more and get a preview of what's ahead in Rio.
Highlights and takeaways for business leaders.
|What to expect at Rio 20
Three viewpoints focusing on key issues for the UN conference.
|Financing the future
Designing public funds to mobilize private investment in sustainable development.
|Funding sustainable development
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|Paying for Nature's Services: A new frontier for companies
Financial markets and business managers have not historically accounted for the true cost of natural capital assets in traditional decision making analysis, primarily because such assets are either not priced, or because the price is set artificially low by governments that act as their stewards.
Enhancing the value of life cycle assessment
Explore options for using sustainability to drive business innovation and growth.
|The sustainable board
Sustainability is increasingly becoming a top-of-mind issue for boards that are seeking to enhance performance and reputation, mitigate risks, and foster innovation and growth.
This report provides a unique view into how CFOs think about the challenges and opportunities associated with sustainability.
Sustainability & Climate Change
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- The Global Reporting Initiative
- World Business Council for Sustainable Development
- United Nations Global Compact
- World Economic Forum