Recent policy developments are pushing big manufacturers to get serious about decarbonizing their operations and supply chains.
ESG regulations are growing more intricate, and businesses’ fragmented compliance efforts are proving inadequate. Companies should adopt a comprehensive approach to enable efficient risk management and reporting.
In this series, we offer a closer look at the key climate and energy features of the US Inflation Reduction Act, examining the implications, opportunities, and growth and value pools it provides, for firms in the years ahead.
Expectations were tempered by a challenging global environment, but there was still progress made in Sharm El-Sheikh—most notably on the issue of supporting those who will suffer the most from climate change.
When companies view sustainability as a driver—not an outcome—of digital strategy, they reap significant benefits. But they also sow them, helping the planet meet environmental goals.
Hamid Maher explains the importance of AI when tackling climate change, helping decision-makers take action by forecasting both immediate and long-term hazards. This content was paid for by Boston Consulting Group and produced in partnership with the Financial Times Commercial department.
Don’t underestimate the speed of technological change. Act now to use both new and existing technologies for decarbonization—while driving growth.
Our new model gives businesses the tools and structure they need to become industry leaders in sustainability and value creation.
BCG’s Greg Fischer discusses how organizations can invest for impact to create value—and at the same time, create a better world.
Private equity firms can play a critical role in relieving the biodiversity crisis. Investment opportunities abound—but so do the risks of inaction.
Corporate leaders have a pivotal role in bridging the divide between institutional sustainability commitments and day-to-day investing practices.
The climate transition will yield both winners and losers; to thrive, businesses need a clear equity story and impact thesis as they decarbonize and invest.
The global food system depends on nature, but it also contributes to its destruction. With a nature-positive approach, companies can preserve the resources necessary to ensure a healthy food supply.
BCG’s Torsten Kurth joins the World Food Programme’s Michael Dunford at the UN Water Conference to discuss the global water crisis and how businesses in every corner of the world can play an integral role in solving it.
BCG’s Dean Muruven joins the World Wide Fund for Nature’s Stuart Orr at the UN Water Conference where they discuss the crucial relationship between water and climate change and why now is the time to act.
Climate change poses a significant threat to the continent. But as global decarbonization efforts intensify, Africa could emerge as a green powerhouse.
To slash their substantial greenhouse gas emissions, chip manufacturers must focus on turning their upstream supply chain green.
Understanding the challenges can help other players in the circular economy.
The yearly global margin pool could surpass $100 billion in the coming decade—if market players secure more feedstock supplies, improve process economics, and address pricing issues.
To nudge consumers toward more sustainable products, companies need to gain a deep understanding of consumer needs and motivations, and then devise strategies to change buying patterns.
To meet ambitious climate goals, companies must rapidly reskill workers—and share the lessons they learn with others.
Asia is at the center of the climate crisis. But companies in the region can lead on climate and transform their business for competitive advantage.
When it comes to sustainability, senior leaders are shifting from ambition to execution—and that’s the hard part. Companies know they need to decarbonize and improve sustainability across their value chains, but often they struggle to translate that ambition into results.