We have now launched our own sustainability commitment, stating our ambition to contribute towards a more sustainable future.
As of 1 January 2017, a new law will commit Sweden's largest companies (approximately 1500 entities) to annually report on sustainability issues. We've summarized the most relevants parts of the law, and it's consequences.
Financial industry shows appreciation of new SDG's and change is happening fast
When bitter realities face politicians the promises in Paris weighs light
As we are in season of Annual General Meetings (“AGMs”) it is appropriate to highlight the ongoing discussion if (re-)election of directors is to be made in bundled form or on an individual basis.
In the last news letter we mentioned that the Swedish government released an actionplan for Swedish business regarding implementation of Human Rights. We have now managed to put together a summary of the action plan. This summary includes a presentation of the tools Shift and Verisk Maplecroft, which can be helpful in the realization of human rights work.
Very few has been able to avoid the issues raised regarding today’s levels of meat consumption. There seem to be a more well understood consensus that going vegetarian is a contribution to the climate, the animals well-being and your own health - a study of Stockholm food gives proof of this.