Sustainability insights for companies, financial institutions, regulators and thought leaders.

This month saw the launch of the Cradle to Cradle Certified Products Program Impact Study, a pilot study assessing the environmental and business benefits of certification in ten companies.

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Companies often focus their sustainability efforts on operations, but for many sectors the biggest impacts are to be found in the supply chain.

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Could you use natural capital accounting to optimize the performance of your products and communicate those improvements to customers?

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By providing visibility of the environmental business case alongside the financial business case, environmental considerations can be truly integrated in business decision making.

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Widespread adoption of natural capital accounting in financial and corporate reporting is needed to accelerate the integration of environmental and social considerations into decision making.

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Companies are at different stages of working out what natural capital means for their businesses and how best to manage it. Inevitably there is a debate about what it all adds up to.

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Insights from the annual GreenBiz & Trucost ‘State of Green Business’ report include shadow pricing becoming a top trend.

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Trucost believes a new era of sustainability metrics is needed. Sustainability metrics that can be assessed alongside financial metrics. Sustainability metrics that everyone in an organization can understand.

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A blog by Brian Boyd, Vice President of Environment, Health, Safety & Sustainability at Johnson & Johnson in prelude to our forthcoming co-hosted webinar.

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Trucost research highlights opportunities for companies to gain competitive advantage by using natural capital tools to optimize their operations and supply chains.

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In a blog produced exclusively for GreenBiz, Trucost discusses the growing adoption of biobased materials in response to the challenge of depleting resources.

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Integrated reporting of environmental, social and financial performance helps increase a company's value to its shareholders and society.

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