Sustaining Europe for the world we live in
One of the most important considerations for Sustain Europe will always be the environment.
In essence, our belief is that there is a lot more to be done in terms of protecting the environment, and this should first and foremost be achieved through business practices. The demand on global resources by businesses is absolutely enormous, and the potential for a noticeable and positive change is equally as large.
Sustain Europe is proud to support European business initiatives against climate change. We recognise that companies in a global economy need to keep abreast of the European sustainable development agenda, and to communicate to governments, stakeholders, partners and shareholders how they are prioritising environmental, social and economic considerations through effective corporate social responsibility practice. Investors look at carbon assets and liabilities as they would any other item on a company's balance sheet, and if a company is not strategically managing its climate change impacts, this will be reflected in the share price. Already indices such as FTSE4good are becoming a significant influencer in the screening process and on relationships with specific stakeholder groups.
We feel that if we can keep up with the message of a greener environment in amongst our usual business messages, and provide as much as possible authoritative guidance on matters of sustainability and the environment as possible, we stand the best chance of facilitating more sustainable business decisions, as well as helping to change the attitudes of senior business decision makers through environmental awareness and advocacy.
The results will be something of benefit to not just the business world, but to the very planet which helps to sustain it.
The essential goal of a greener recovery
What COVID-19 teaches us about our response to the climate crisis
Interview with Katrin Stjernfeldt Jammeh
The Mayor of Malmö Municipality discusses the link between social and environmental sustainability
Taking the sustainable transformation of Europe forward
Munich Above, Venice Below
How Green City e.V. are mapping the course of Munich's hidden hydrology
It's up to the next President
S. David Freeman and John J. Berger take a look at some of the options on the table for the next U.S. President
COVID-19: Reasons to be Cheerful
How to find hope and purpose during the midst of a global pandemic
World Fish Migration Day 2020
A look at this year's event along with the Global Swimways Webinar Marathon
A journey to circular procurement
How Aalborg’s circular ICT pilot is contributing to important societal goals and a circular economy
The 2020 Transformative Action Award
Less than two weeks left to go before applications close for the sustainable urban transformation award
Interview with Eslam Salah
The founder and CEO of vegan brand Lupinta shares his views on sustainable farming and food security
AI4Cities Open Market Consultation
AI suppliers and climate change experts wanted for the AI4Cities Open Market Consultation webinar
AI4Cities looking to AI climate solutions
Six European cities will use artificial intelligence to move towards carbon neutrality
The invisible industry of urban nature
Transformation to a greener and more sustainable form of urban development in the City of Poznan
European Mobility Week winners announced
Kruševac, Karditsa, Brussels and Pontevedra win European sustainable mobility awards
Tales of transformation: Ghent
Ghent uses participative governance models to transform their local food system
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