Copy
You're receiving this because you signed up for updates on our website or are a member of our community. To unsubscribe, please use the link at the bottom.
Website
Twitter
LinkedIn
YouTube

Welcome to Our Newsletter!

We’re excited to launch the Embedding Project newsletter! Every month, we'll curate the best in corporate sustainability and bring you useful new tools and resources, upcoming events, and leading practice to inspire you. We welcome any feedback to help make this newsletter as useful we can for our readers. We hope you’ll enjoy it!

New Resources from Us

Becoming an Agent of Change

We all have the capacity to be agents of change, even those of us who are privileged insiders and benefit from the current system. In fact, as privileged insiders, we hold great transformative potential. Our new guide details the journey of becoming a change agent and helps you reflect on your path.

The Embedding Project Blog is Live!

We’re blogging! Check the Embedding Project Blog often for our latest thinking on corporate sustainability; updates on the best sustainability resources and leading examples curated by our team; and our tips, thoughts, and tools for sustainability practitioners.

A Highlight From Our Community

Nedbank has updated its Climate Change Position Statement and released its Energy Policy, outlining its commitment for zero fossil fuel exposure by 2045.

Leading Practice


New Goals

We have added 62 new goals this past month. Goldman Sachs commits $10+ billion in capital to positively impact the lives of one million black women, and Etsy has pledged net-zero carbon emissions by 2030. Visit our Goals Database to see these and other leading goals.


New Position Statements

Vancity has released a set of new and ambitious climate change commitments. Visit our Position Database to see this and other leading position statements.

Resources We Like

Our COVID future: The Long Crisis scenarios

Local Trust and the Long Crisis Network have created four scenarios about different futures, with a specific focus on two drivers of change: collective action versus polarization, and centralized responses versus distributed ones. These scenarios are intended to challenge your thinking and expectations on the near-future implications of COVID for strategic decision-making and reveal opportunities for influencing positive change.

Science-Based Targets for Nature: Initial Guidance for Business

The Science Based Targets Network has published interim guidance to help companies set targets that account for biodiversity, freshwater use, and ocean and ecosystem integrity. This guidance is modelled from the SBTi framework, and includes a five-stage process that will help you to assess, prioritise, measure and set targets, and take action, as well as track your impacts, dependencies on environmental systems, and progress.

Website
Twitter
LinkedIn
YouTube
You're receiving this because you signed up for updates on our website, or are a member of our community.

Embedding Project
Office 8839
200 - 375 Water Street
Vancouver, BC 
V6B 0M9
Canada

www.embeddingproject.org

unsubscribe from this list