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  • Conflict minerals: The retail perspective
    Retailers are increasingly focused on alignment of supply chain compliance processes to drive increased transparency across the value chain and compliance with regulatory and other stakeholder requirements.
  • Conflict minerals: Evolving compliance challenges
    As marketplace attention around conflict minerals evolves, so will expectations for greater transparency around registrants’ supply chain risk management practices.
  • Drivers of long-term business value
    The assumption that environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues are not financially material is no longer supported by the statistical evidence.
  • Disclosure of long-term business value
    Decision science methods can allow companies to determine the materiality of environmental, social, and governance topics in a way that is objective, robust, and replicable.
  • Going from good to great
    A solid sustainability report will be based on meaningful, credible data and a determination of the materiality of ESG issues to the company’s strategy.
  • Finding the value in environmental, social, and governance performance
    How companies can better mitigate downside risks, capture investor interest, and establish the long-term value of ESG management.
  • Breakthrough for sustainability in commercial real estate
    Learn about the demand for green buildings, myth versus reality in sustainability, and what’s next for sustainability in real estate.
  • 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.
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