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    Ukraine Needs a Sustainable, Climate and Nature-Positive Reconstruction to Ensure Long-Term Security: New Report from WWF and BCG

    ‘Ukraine: A Sustainable Economic Recovery for People and Nature’ Makes the Case Why Post-War Reconstruction of Ukraine Must be Climate- and Nature-Positive and Provides Recommendations on How This Can Be Done to Support the People and Government of Ukraine.Reconstruction Must Be an Investment in the Future, not a Return to an Unsustainable Past, and Must Recognize the Social, Cultural and Economic Importance of Ukrainian Ecosystems as Foundations for Recovery.The Joint Report Has Been Written and Produced by WWF Central & Eastern Europe and WWF-Ukraine Together with Boston Consulting Group (BCG) within the Framework of the WWF-BCG Global Partnership.Kyiv, Brussels, Vienna—The war in Ukraine has caused immense human suffering and destruction to infrastructure as well as to the natural environment, with long-term implications for the Ukrainian people and economy. More than 6 million people have no or limited access to clean water, and over 280,000 hectares of forests have been destroyed or felled.

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    Quantis to Join BCG to Accelerate Sustainable Transformation

    BCG to acquire Quantis to further strengthen climate and sustainability (C&S) expertise and transformation capabilityQuantis currently helps global companies to better understand their climate, biodiversity, water, land, and plastics footprints; and develops and delivers bespoke strategies to align with the planet’s boundariesTogether, BCG and Quantis will lead the global transformation toward a new planetary economy in which business gives nature a seat at the tableBOSTON—Boston Consulting Group (BCG), the leading global strategy consultancy has announced a deal to acquire Quantis, a pioneering environmental sustainability consultancy guiding many of the world’s largest organizations on their sustainability transformation. The parties expect the acquisition to close later this month.


    COP27 Presidency of Egypt Names Boston Consulting Group as Exclusive Consulting Partner

    COP27 Will Focus on Strengthening Adaptation and Resilience, Limiting the Impacts of Climate Change, Facilitating a Just Transition, and Increasing Funding and Collaboration for Essential Climate SolutionsBCG Will Bring Industry Insight and Analytical Capabilities to Support Egypt’s COP27 PresidencyCAIRO—Boston Consulting Group (BCG), one of the world’s leading management consulting firms, is proud to be the Exclusive Consulting Partner of COP27, which Egypt will host in Sharm-el-Sheikh from November 6 through 18. The event will bring together both public- and private-sector leaders to build on the success of COP26 in Glasgow and turn commitments into action to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement.

    Can Europe Catch Up with the US (and China) in Quantum Computing | Rectangle

    Quantum: The Tech Race Europe Can’t Afford to Lose

    BCG Estimates That Quantum Computing Could Create From $450 to $850 Billion of Value in Next 15 to 30 YearsEurope Is Currently Among Leaders Globally in Terms of Public Support and Fundamental Research, but Lacks Member State Coordination, Sufficient Private Capital, and a Talent Pipeline to Capitalize OnLessons From the Semiconductor Industry Need to Be Learned to Scale Capability and Protect European Quantum SovereigntyPARIS—Investments in quantum reached all-time record highs in 2021 and are predicted to continue rising significantly, with multiple existing industries set to benefit and new industries likely to be created. Boston Consulting Group (BCG), one of the world’s leading management consulting firms, today published new research highlighting the scale and pace of global quantum computing, titled, Can Europe Catch Up With the US (and China) in Quantum Computing?

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