The Decade of Action is NOW

17 Global Goals / 1 Yearbook



Between Justice

and Urgency

– Sustainability Between Justice and Urgency

– The Green New Deals: Europe and the United States in Comparison

– Is Covid-19 Slowing Progress Toward the SDGs? Yes, Say Experts

– Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism

– Goodbye, Non-financial Reporting?

– Insights into the New EU Reporting Obligations

Interviews with Christoph Töpfer, Kai Michael Beckmann, and Prof. Dr. Alexander Bassen

SDG Management
– What Does Good SDG Management Look Like?

– A World Where Profits Are Derived from True Value Creation, not Value Extraction

Interview with Julian Hill-Landolt

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Redefining Multilateralism


in a Multipolar


– Redefining Multilateralism: Multilateralism needs to be redefined to give voice to, engage, and harness the capabilities of a much broader range of stakeholders.

– How to Revive Multilateralism in a Multipolar World? The world today is becoming more multipolar and less multilateral.

– Open Societies versus Digital Autocratic Experiments: The illusion of control: Autocratic regimes are convinced that they can control not only human behavior on a large scale, but also the course of a society as a whole.

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in the Time

of Pandemic

How can we handle increasingly frequent shocks? What can a resilient society and economy that is

in line with planetary boundaries look like? What options do we have, and which ones are already

being implemented in practice? Can this work without risking our prosperity?

– Resilience in the Time of Pandemic, Dr. Elmer Lenzen

– The Planetary Momentum, Prof. Dr. Dr. Stefan Brunnhuber

– „The most radical decelerator of our time„, Prof. Dr. Hartmut Rosa

Best Practices
– AAIB’S Covid-19 integrated response

– Green Delta Insurance: The SDGs as a way to build resilience

– macondo foundation: How resilient are your supply chains?

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The Role of

the State

and Communities

The coronavirus pandemic has plunged the whole world into a state of health-related, economic, and social stress. This stress has made it clear what is working – and what is not.

– The EU Recovery and Resilience Plan, Interview with EU Commissioner Paulo Gentiloni

– 10 Theses on the Coronavirus for the State and Society, Dr. Markus Engels

– Global Governance vs. National Sovereignty: To Whom Does the Amazon Belong?, Dr. Dominic Lenzi

Best Practices
– Bayer: Prosperity and progress in harmony with the earth’s limits

– Business Keeper: From whistleblowing to compliance solutions

– Merck: Eliminating schistosomiasis by 2030: leaving no one behind

– Netafim’s community irrigation projects

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What is your

Post Covid-19

Business Plan?

What will be the new normal? What will happen after corona? These are frequently asked questions, but they do not go far enough. We had better ask ourselves: What are the principles that will organize the future? In this section we examine transformation processes, social scenarios for the post-corona world and the role of capital markets.

– Guidance and Arguments for a More Sustainable World During Covid-19 Recovery, Interview with Emily Auckland, Pietro Bertazzi, Prof. Dr. Maja Göpel, and Julian Hill-Landolt

– Covid-19 Makes ESG Factors More Financially Relevant, Meaghan Muldoon

– The Corona Effect: Four Future Scenarios

Best Practices
– ipoint: Dibichain – transparent material cycles with blockchain

– The new MAN truck generation: when good becomes great

– Nomura: A better future – ESG-related issues through our core business

– PMI: Every company needs a `{`statement of`}` purpose

– SAP: Digital solutions for a better tomorrow

– Symrise: Into the future with sustainable success

– VONOVIA invests in innovative energy systems

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Private Sector’s

Role in Eco-

logical Issues

As habitat and biodiversity loss increase globally, the novel coronavirus outbreak may be just the beginning of mass pandemics. In this section we will be looking at environmental issues. These include in particular climate change, green innovations and smart solutions for circular economy.

– We Are Creating Conditions for Diseases such as Covid-19 to Emerge, John Vidal

– Caught on Film, Actor & Activist Edward Norton

– Paradigm Shifts, Reactance, and Fighting Our Demons, Prof. Dr. Harald Welzer

Best Practices
– AUDI: Development of a quality seal for sustainable batteries

– BASF: Shaping the circular future of e-mobility

– Beaulieu: Next-generation nonwovens go sustainable

– Bosch: Advancing with foresight: climate action beyond company boundaries

– Cemex: We continue to go further and contribute to our 5 priority SDGs

– Clariant: Enabling a Circular Plastics Economy

– EDF: Carbon neutrality, natural resource protection, well-being, and economic development

– Elomatic: The Nyk Super Eco ship 2050 is the vision of an emissions-free ship

– E.ON is making the internet more sustainable

– Inditex: Our partnership with the organic cotton accelerator

– Knorr Bremse: Driving responsibility and shaping tomorrow’s transportation

– The K+S brine challenge: approach to create sustainable solutions

– KYOCERA’s approach to sustainability and climate protection

– MTU: Paving the way for emissions-free flight

– Pervormance Intl.: The world’s first climate-neutral air conditioning system

– SAKHALIN-2 project: conservation of terrestrial ecosystems

– WILO: Climate protection is in our DNA

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