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    BCG Commits to Remove 100,000 Tonnes of Carbon by 2030 as Expanded First Mover Coalition Sends Powerful Signal to Market to Commercialize Zero-Carbon Tech

    BCG Expands Commitment to First Movers Coalition with Pledge to Remove at Least 100,000 Tonnes of Carbon by 2030 as Part of the Firm’s Net-Zero CommitmentIndia, Italy, Japan, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, and the UK Join the US as First Mover Coalition Government Partners to Create Early Markets for Clean TechnologiesThe Ambitious Initiative Was Kickstarted at COP26 in Glasgow in November 2021 and Has Been Expanded at the World Economic Forum Meeting in DavosDAVOS—Boston Consulting Group (BCG), one of the world’s leading management consulting firms, has expanded its commitment to the First Movers Coalition (FMC) with a pledge to remove 100,000 tonnes of carbon by 2030. BCG’s commitment came at the same time as a group of more than 50 of the world’s largest corporations, with a market cap of more than $8.5 trillion, committed to commercialize emerging clean technologies. FMC partners are making unprecedented advance purchase commitments for near-zero carbon, steel, aluminum, shipping, trucking, and aviation by 2030, as well as advanced carbon dioxide removal technologies.

    En el 2021 el mercado de gestión de activos aumentó un 13% por encima de la media de 10 años

    Casi el 75% de todo el nuevo capital de los últimos 5 a 10 años ha ido a parar a los 10 principales actores mundiales.Brasil es el mayor mercado de gestión de activos de América Latina, con 1,0 billones de dólares.El mercado colombiano de gestión de activos creció un 7% en 2021.Bogotá—El sector de la gestión de activos continuó su trayectoria de crecimiento en 2021, con un aumento del 12% de los activos bajo gestión (AuM) a nivel mundial, hasta alcanzar los 112 billones de dólares, muy por encima de la media de crecimiento de 20 años del 7%, según un nuevo informe de Boston Consulting Group (BCG). Los flujos netos también alcanzaron niveles récord, con un 4,4% del total de AuM. El informe, titulado Global Asset Management 2022: From Tailwinds to Turbulence (Gestión global de activos 2022: de los vientos de cola a las turbulencias) -la 20ª edición del estudio anual de BCG sobre el sector- se publica hoy.

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    37% of the Top 20 Skills Requested for the Average US Job Have Changed Since 2016

    BCG, The Burning Glass Institute, and Emsi Burning Glass analyzed more than 15 million job postings to understand how skill requests changed from 2016 to 2021One in five skills (22%) requested for the average US job is an entirely new requirement in that occupationNearly three-quarters of jobs changed more from 2019 through 2021 than in the previous three-year periodBOSTON—Jobs are more disrupted today than ever before, and changing at breakneck speed, according to a new report from Boston Consulting Group (BCG), Emsi Burning Glass, and The Burning Glass Institute. Over one-third of the top 20 skills requested in postings for the average US job have changed since 2016, and one in five skills is an entirely new requirement for that job.

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    Micromobility Has Great Promise for Cities—if Integrated into the Current Transportation Landscape

    The pandemic and rising fuel prices are encouraging many more consumers to look at micromobilityYet, only one in five consumers surveyed plan to use micromobility for their commute to workCity planners and the micromobility industry need to work together to design integrated solutions to overcome barriers to adoptionBOSTON—Boston Consulting Group (BCG), one of the world’s leading management consulting firms, and the University of St. Gallen announced today the release of the article “Putting Micromobility at the Center of Urban Mobility,” which previews the findings from a new survey of 11,000 consumers across 23 cities in 10 countries. The article examines consumers’ views and usage patterns for micromobility vehicles, including bikes, e-bikes, e-scooters, and e-mopeds, and it analyzes the incentives and deterrents to broader adoption.

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    Looming Global Food Crisis Requires Immediate and Coordinated Action from All Sectors

    The War in Ukraine Exposes an Urgent Need to Rethink and Improve the Structure and Resilience of Our Food SystemsPublic, Private, and Social Sectors Must Collaboratively Reshape Food Systems to React Quickly When Humanitarian Needs Are Most PressingNew BCG Report Provides 30 Near- and Medium-Term Solutions to Make Global Food Systems More ResilientBOSTON—Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is testing the capacity of global food systems to feed the world in times of crisis. An estimated 1.7 billion people—most of them in developing economies—could suffer severely increased food insecurity, higher energy prices, or greater debt burdens, according to the UN Task Team for the Global Crisis Response Group. Each of these individual factors adversely affects people’s ability to feed themselves. At the same time, there is a critical need to address them more holistically and across all sectors in order to reshape our food systems so that we can counteract this humanitarian crisis—and future ones.

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