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In the last decade, the high tech and consumer electronics and electrical (E&E) sector has experienced unprecedented growth, fuelled by ever falling costs and rapid obsolescence of an increasing range of products. There are now almost 3 billion smart phone users globally. By 2020, this...

The Finance Working Group of the Business and Sustainable Development Commission estimated that the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will require USD 2-3 trillion of additional investments per annum out of the approximate USD 115 trillion global GDP. While the Working Group suggests this is not...

Businesses are increasingly under scrutiny for their human rights impacts across operations and supply chain. The prevalence of human rights challenges including modern slavery, forced labour, child labour, hazardous working conditions and others, not only poses a reputational risk for companies but also subjects them...

Since 2000, we have seen impressive gains on tackling leading killers and key infectious diseases prioritised in the Millennium Development Goals. For example, the child mortality rate has fallen by 44%  since 2000, while new cases of TB and HIV fell 45% and 17% respectively...

Steel companies have had to deal with great economic pressures over the past year. China’s over-capacity has sent ripples across the global economy. But big sustainability challenges for the sector — air pollution and the market’s demand for reducing carbon emissions – have also continued...