Europe is facing a time of great change and disruption. In addition to challenges affecting the whole globe—including climate change, the pandemic and inequality—Europe is dealing political upheaval, economic uncertainty and a war that’s on our own soil, something we pledged would never happen again.
Regulation is often viewed as a hindrance to business, but the EU’s pending sustainability regulatory framework is so much more. Powered by data technology, new corporate responsibilities towards the climate, biodiversity, human welfare, and workplace rights will transform value chains, making them faster, smarter, safer, and shareable.
The world is not on track to meet net zero by 2050. And though nearly 4,000 companies globally have signed up to implementing science-based emission targets, and over 90 per cent of global GDP is covered by net zero commitments – both the UN and the IEA are predicting a much higher forecast a 2.5C path – missing the 1.5C target set in the Paris Agreement and as reaffirmed at COP27.
We are proud to confirm that SAP, one of the world's leading producers of software and a leader in international corporate sustainability efforts, has now joined the partnership. Christian Klein, CEO of SAP recently discussed with us the software company’s vision and expectations in collaborating towards a more sustainable, equitable and resilient Europe and beyond.
We live in an age when technologies are making the impossible possible. In this article, Peter Voser (Chairman of ABB) launches a call-to-action for business to play a larger role in solving these challenges.
Europe Delivers is a business-led ecosystem that tackles planet-wide societal and environmental problems that are too big, too expensive, and too complex for any one organisation to tackle alone. Learn more about our coalition and how we work.
BioAdvantage Europe partners are raising awareness of existing solutions to sustainable growth challenges, incubating projects and developing a body of knowledge to support policy makers explore the role of the bioeconomy in Europe.
Collaborating with more than 30 experts across Europe and the U.S. we identified five barriers to a positive working future and developed recommedations for policymakers and business leaders to accelerate society forward positively.