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Building Trust and Transparency: IA’s Impact on Mitigating ESG Risks

Regulators and governing bodies are paying closer attention to the accuracy and verifiability of the ESG claims organisations are making.

Biodiversity Outlook – What to expect for biodiversity in 2024?

Despite progress made, there remains a significant gap between rhetoric and reality. It is paramount to recognize that integrating biodiversity considerations within business strategies is not solely a matter of environmental responsibility; it holds tangible benefits. By embracing nature-positive practices, entities can unlock novel opportunities for growth and contribute meaningfully to the construction of a more sustainable future for all.

Triple Bottom Line in Action: Singapore’s Business Response to Food Waste

Food waste continues to be one of the most under-recycled waste streams globally, and unfortunately, this trend holds true in Singapore. The data released by The National Environment Agency (NEA) Singapore showed that the recycling rate of food waste stood at 18% in 2022.

TNFD, Explained

By seizing the opportunity to align to the TNFD Recommendations, businesses can benefit by actively managing current and growing nature-related risks alongside climate risk, complying to regulations, building sustainable value, and boosting stakeholder trust and confidence.

Demystifying the double materiality debate

What is double materiality, and what does double materiality mean in the context of a company’s sustainability strategy?
Blockchain For or Against ESG

Blockchain: For or Against ESG

What is the real potential of blockchain for advancing environmental protection, positive social impact, and robust governance?

Financing Biodiversity II: A biodiversity-informed framework to evaluate business risk & opportunity

How should biodiversity and ecosystem services be integrated into the evaluation of business risk and opportunity?
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Accelerating action for biodiversity: what the built environment sector needs to do

The built environment sector not only depends on the raw materials provided by the natural environment, but it indirectly depends on the regulation of ecosystems, and the health and aesthetical benefits of the natural environment.