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  • CFOs and sustainability: Shaping their roles in an evolving environment
    With sustainability issues gaining increased attention from investors, regulators, activists, and the media, organizations can ill afford to ignore the topic.
  • Resilience and growth through supply chain collaboration
    Four steps to an effective supplier collaboration.
  • Getting ahead of the “ripple effect” (a video)
    Water scarcity creates risks and opportunities. A water stewardship strategy should help business leaders identify and pursue value-creating initiatives, from cost reduction and innovation, to a reputation that creates further opportunities.
  • Finding the value in environmental, social and governance performance
    This Deloitte Review article discusses why disclosures on how companies manage their ESG risks should be considered critical.
  • Making virtual work “Business as usual”: It’s all been said, so how do we get it done?
    This article provides an insight into how organizations can tackle some of the possible obstacles that they may come across while creating a more flexible virtual / in-person work environment.
  • The Sustainable Business Blog
    Participate in a forum for sharing business insights related to enterprise sustainability and corporate responsibility.
  • CDP water disclosure global report 2012
    Global business leaders must understand their business value at risk from water related issues and implement strategic plans to help mitigate these risks, reveals the 2012 Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) Global Water Report. The report is prepared by Deloitte based on information submitted to CDP by 185 Global 500 companies.
  • Sustainability Webcasts
    Join us for sustainability webcasts and hear Deloitte leaders and industry guests share their perspectives on various sustainability topics.
  • Life after Kyoto
    This paper provides an overview on how the world’s carbon market might change into more fragmented set of regional markets post 2012 (the original expiration date of Kyoto protocol) and what can companies do to deal with the uncertainty.
  • Energy independence and security: A reality check
    While U.S. energy independence may be unattainable in the foreseeable future, energy security is a realistic and achievable goal. Gain insights from this new Deloitte University Press report.
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