ELEVATE Strategic Partner webinar – A green recovery in Asia: opportunities for concerted action
The COVID-19 pandemic and the associated economic crisis are posing immense challenges with far reaching impacts across Asia. The period of economic rebuilding after the crisis offers an opportunity to rebound strongly and to build back better by aligning long-term recovery with the objectives of the Paris Agreement.
ELEVATE Strategic Partner webinar – Overcoming challenges in setting a science-based target for scope 3 emissions
Companies in most sectors find their largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions lie upstream and/or downstream of their core operations.
ELEVATE Strategic Partner webinar – Improving purchasing practices to support supply chain resiliency
Manufacturers and brands alike continue to navigate the impacts of the pandemic on their supply chains. Some are already struggling to meet steadily increasing demand, while others are challenged to accurately forecast or anticipate changing consumer behavior and trends. Wherever you are at on this journey, it is more important than ever to focus on supply chain resiliency to avoid backsliding on
Webinar – 2020 Top 10 Trends in Responsible Sourcing
2020 has been a year like no other, and one we are ready to move on from! The global pandemic created unforeseen and untested challenges in our lives, the supply chains we depend on and the communities and people who work within them. Now in its 11th edition, ELEVATE is releasing our Top 10 Trends in Responsible Sourcing.
Webinar – Becoming climate resilient: Steps to a fair and green recovery in Southeast Asia’s rice value chain
The impacts of climate change are set to have profound impacts on the rice value chain, resulting in significant declines in yield matched with higher prices. At the same time, rice production accounts for nearly 11% of Asia’s emissions.
ELEVATE Strategic Partner webinar – Harnessing digital technology for inclusive education in Asia: essential guidance on best practices and risks
According to the UN, COVID-19 related school closures have impacted 94 percent of the world’s student population, up to 99 percent in low and lower-middle income countries.