The HKMA issued its Common Assessment Framework on Green and Sustainable Banking on 13 May 2020. The Framework assesses an institution’s readiness and preparedness to address climate and environmental-related risks and allows the HKMA to determine the “Greenness Baseline” of individual banks. In this webinar, a panel of our experts on ESG, Risk Management and Banking will share with us their insights and reminders on the importance of identifying the gaps and actions needed to futureproof the organisation. The effects of climate change are undeniable, and businesses need to take quick and decisive action. ESG is no longer a nice-to-have. It is a must-have.
Denim has its own district at Sourcing at MAGIC, kicking off Sunday at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Most companies have hit their near-term goals for greenhouse gas reduction, and some have advanced circular-economy projects. But to get to net-zero emissions, suppliers, customers, and dedicated corporate teams will all be needed. About six in 10 executives believe they can achieve their corporate sustainability goals over the next year, according to a recent global survey commissioned by Honeywell International. But only about 16% think they’ll do so primarily through technology-driven changes, such as upgrading or replacing existing systems with newer, more efficient or more sustainable technologies. The vast majority of the 600 business leaders surveyed — 62% — expect to hit their short-term goals mainly by modifying or eliminating operational processes or business behaviors.
This collaboration will bring SATS a step towards achieving its sustainability goal of 80 percent reduction in its carbon footprint by 2030.