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Embedding Project Newsletter - June 2021

Every month, we curate the best in corporate sustainability and bring you useful new tools and resources, upcoming events, and leading practice to inspire you. The past weeks have put a spotlight on climate risk and the importance of corporate positions and adequate oversight. Our new resources help your company respond credibly to climate risks and opportunities. We hope you’ll enjoy this issue!

New Resources From Us

Climate Risk and Climate Governance

Climate change is a planetary emergency with major risks to businesses, society, and the global economy. Our new guide helps you understand climate change, disruptive climate risk, and the role of corporate leaders in preparing for it.

Corporate Positions: How to Do It Right

To help companies take a credible position on key issues, we shared our eight-step approach to writing a comprehensive position statement on our blog and on Medium.

A Highlight From Our Community

In the world of sports apparel, Embedding Project members are contributing to waste reduction and progress toward circularity. lululemon is piloting lululemon Like New, a trade-in and resale program for its products. And, with a similar vision, Arc’teryx has launched ReBird, a comprehensive hub of initiatives in upcycling, resale, care, and repair, that empowers Arc’teryx users to help drive company change.

Leading Practice

New Goals

We have added 41 new goals this past month. Pinterest, HP, and Bank of America have set new goals to champion diversity and equity at work and in communities. Visit our Goals Database to see these and other leading goals. 

New Position Statements

Looking for statements on water, plastic pollution, and ocean health for #worldoceanday? Visit our Position Database to see these and other leading position statements.

Resources We Like

Vision 2050: Time To Transform

This ambitious report from WBCSD outlines many of the most pressing issues facing humanity and can help executives to understand the scope and scale of the transformative changes required to enable over 9 billion people to live within the boundaries of social and environmental systems.


This comprehensive database uses Bills of Lading to visualise virtually every part of a company’s international supply chain. This is a good place to start if you want to identify the suppliers of your partners, competitors, and peers.

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