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Maps current regulations, business standards and best and emerging practices for the oil and gas sector to implement the Sustainable Ocean Principles. The scope of this document is all activities related to the exploration, production, processing, transport and commercialization of oil and gas products in the ocean. For each principle, the Practical Guidance provides a set of actions which can be implemented.
Maps current regulations, business standards and best emerging practices for the aquaculture sector to implement the Sustainable Ocean Principles. The scope of this document is aquaculture - defined here as farming of aquatic resources for human consumption.
Maps current regulations, business standards and best and emerging practices for the ocean renewable energy sector to implement the Sustainable Ocean Principles. The guidance in this document has a strong focus on offshore wind, which is currently the most utilized and mature power generation technology in the ocean. This guidance is also applicable to less mature technologies, such as wave, tidal and floating solar, where potential is recognized, and development is encouraged.
Maps current regulations, business standards and best and emerging practices for the seaweed sector to implement the Sustainable Ocean Principles. The scope of this document is the seaweed industry, the production and use of macroalgae for any purpose. The guidance outlined has relevance for activities along the entire value chain, with a dual focus on both wild harvest and cultivation.
Maps current regulations, business standards and best practices for the fisheries sector to implement the Sustainable Ocean Principles. The scope of this document is marine capture fisheries, defined as the sum (or range) of all activities to harvest and process a given fish resource from the ocean. The guidance is addressed to all stakeholders operating throughout marine fishery value chains.
Global Compact Network Netherlands, with the support of employers' organisation VNO-NCW, carried out a study into stakeholder involvement by Dutch companies. This research shows that companies that actively involve their stakeholders in their organization are successful in implementing solutions to the societal challenges, as expressed by the SDGs. Political and social stakeholders are also expected to be more involved in the business. In this publication Global Compact Network Netherlands provides a model and a practical questionnaire for companies to raise their stakeholder engagement to a higher level.
This report is a guide for ASEAN corporates who want their company to get started with sustainable finance or bring their sustainable finance journey to the next level. Learn more about the regional business case for sustainable finance and how it supports the triple-bottom line of people, planet and profit. Gain insights on local market players’ perspectives on the role businesses can play to close the SDG financing gap in ASEAN.
Investigates six sectors and analyzes how selected companies have turned climate risks into climate opportunities. Considered one of the most urgent risks, climate change is already determining how markets are evolving. Factors like new consumer preferences, new regulations, changing investor focus and market prices will increasingly favour the climate, and create a new kind of pressure on companies.
Provides an inspirational overview of the UN Global Compact journey to “Make Global Goals Local Business” by driving awareness and responsible business action to support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
Updated version Within the Peer Learning Group Climate of the German Global Compact Network (DGCN), companies explored the challenges associated with developing climate targets, and discussed possible solutions, methods and applications with experts and representatives from the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi). This publication summarizes core findings of the discussion and proposes solutions to challenges. The focus is on the selection of a method for developing a science-based GHG emission reduction path, the interpretation of results, the criteria of the SBTi for an official approval of science-based targets, and the treatment of scope 3 emissions. Thereby, the paper serves as a compact introduction science-based target setting.
Provides an overview of the current state of the business school rankings and suggests possible changes to help align business school education with the needs of the 21st century. It includes 20 actions to improve evaluation and ranking and encourage “a race to the top” in business education.
This guidance identifies the main improvements required for gender-sensitive social auditing and provides recommendations, practical advice, and relevant examples on how to effectively integrate gender considerations into audits.