PAST WEBINAR: If we have the power to make such a mess of this world then surely we have the power to bring peace
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- Date: 5 th April 16:00 – 17:00 CET
- Host: Initiatives of Change http://iofc.org
- Theme: how to invest in Peace
- Objectives: An overview of possibilities to invest in other ways, at personal ´, community and policy level.
- Sign up: Free
- Access: you will need a web link (coming soon on this page)
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Are you working with strategy and planning, especially with value chains? We map latest understanding of fossil fuel industry and how phasing out fossil fuels will affect the economy and consider scenarios and strategies to manage them.
- Main Theme: managing fossil-fuel intensity reductions value chain
- Main audience: managers involved in creating scenarios and strategies for a future of uncertain energy supply
- Main benefits: get fast insights and strategies to manage risk and opportunity
- Length: 60 mins
- Price: 49 Euros
- Register: follow this link
- Available: 19th August 12:30 CET and 20th August 19:30 CET
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A recent report issued by the Swedish Sustainable Economy Foundation proposes putting a fee on phosphorus and nitrogen imports in order to stimulate the economy to run clean and protect the Baltic Sea. The Foundation calls it the Flexible Pollutant Fee Mechanism (flex fees). Although a fee will make some food more expensive, paradoxically the Foundation claims that the economy will be stimulated. More jobs, green ones at that, will be created as the Foundation proposes that the fees collected are returned to the economy stimulating the demand for green technology and new jobs. Compared to Cap and Trade, the Foundation sees flex fees as being a more effective way to price pollution.
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New technology and economic instruments to achieve food security
See the recording, now available
- CSR level: medium, compliance
- Main Theme: understanding phosphorus
- Main audience: policy makers, corporate CSR managers, NGO representatives and concerned individuals looking for a deeper understanding of how corporations and governments can collaborate with society in general to create a cleaner, more food-secure world.
- Main benefits: Join the dots to see new opportunities
- Main content partners: Teknikmarknad, The Swedish Sustainable Economy Foundation
- Length: 55 mins
OTHER MATERIAL: Flex fees video. Report on Phosphorus and the circular economy.
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Most ideas about what business is come from the 1930’s onwards when the idea of corporation, limited liability, first appeared.
But times change. The table above, from our CSR webinar, shows just how much has changed in 50 years. Maybe it is time to review the deep underlying paradigms about what business actually is? Continue reading “The changing of business paradigms”