I struggled with the conclusion that the AG leader should be disqualified. Should he or she be disqualified? Even if we may find the style hypocritical or morally problematic, is that grounds for disqualification?
This is about as great a market validation as we could hope for - a sign of the times - of the rising tide behind the move to hold ourselves accountable...
A few weeks ago, I was having lunch with a colleague whom I respect deeply. We were talking about the nature of the work I do at Scope 5. At one point he looked across the table at me and, looking at his face, I could tell that he was debating whether to say what [...]
Scope 5 encourages our clients to purchase carbon offsets in the context of a broader carbon pricing scheme. First and foremost, enterprises should continually seek to eliminate or reduce carbon emissions by shifting away from fossil fuels and towards renewables where possible*. A portfolio of carbon offsets should then be employed to offset those enterprise [...]
B Corps lead a growing movement of people using business as a force for goodTM. “The B Corp movement is one of the most important of our lifetime, built on the simple fact that business impacts and serves more than just shareholders—it has an equal responsibility to the community and to the planet.” [...]