This is what inclusive capitalism looks like
We map our members’ commitments to action against existing frameworks for change, including the World Economic Forum International Business Council’s pillars for sustainable value creation — People, Planet, Principles of Governance, and Prosperity — and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
We invite leaders of every business, of all sizes and across sectors and geographies, to join us and contribute initiatives and actions to this platform. By sharing how you operate your business to support a more equitable and sustainable economy, you multiply your impact by helping others recognize actions they can take.
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|Ayala Corporation||ACEN will protect and conserve biodiversity, maintain ecosystem services, and adequately manage living natural resources in our new projects and throughout the lifecycle of our power plants. We will develop a framework to measure progress by 2023.|
|Bank of America||Bank of America will mobilize an additional $300 billion in capital by 2030 through our Environmental Business Initiative to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon, sustainable economy.|
|Bank of America||Bank of America is committing to maintain carbon neutrality and will work to reduce even further our carbon footprint by lessening Scope 1 and 2 emissions, and by purchasing 100% of our electricity from renewable sources.|
|Better2Earth, Ltd||Better2Earth Ltd. will provide means for the public and private sectors to improve water quality using our regenerative systems to treat 10000 m3/day of water sources and wastewater treatment plants in Africa by 2024.|
|Capdesia||Capdesia will support its portfolio companies to achieve carbon net-zero by reducing energy, water, waste, and greenhouse gas emissions, with one example of replacing 80-100% of single-use plastic packaging within three years of investment.|
|DuPont||DuPont will use science and innovation to address global challenges by aligning 100% of our innovation portfolio to meaningfully advance the UN SDGs by 2030, creating shared value for our global stakeholders and society.|
|DuPont||DuPont is committing to enable millions of people access to clean water by 2030 through leadership in advanced water technology and enacting strategic partnerships.|
|DuPont||DuPont will implement holistic water stewardship strategies across all facilities prioritizing manufacturing plants and communities in high-risk watersheds by 2030.|
|Eni S.p.A.||Conducting annual water risk analysis analyzing specific areas where Eni’s operational assets are located, to identify possible criticalities or areas for improvement|
|Estée Lauder Companies||By 2025, we are committed to reducing our water withdrawal from our direct manufacturing sites by 20%, from a fiscal 2019 baseline, focusing on our high and extremely high water-stressed sites.|
|iso20400plus Ltd||iso20400plus Ltd will sponsor membership, advertisement & listing of 100 organisations in the least developed countries by 2025.|
|Lori Dennis Inc.||Lori Dennis Interior Design will promote environmental sustainability and social inclusion by working with companies who practice sustainable principals, by allocating 35% of the firms purchases to these companies in the next 24 months.|
|Merck||Our global water strategy aims to achieve sustainable water management within our operations and our supply chain. By 2025, we will maintain global water use at or below 2015 levels.|
|Montrose Capital Advisors, LLC||Montrose Capital Advisors will advise approximately 10 small to mid-cap companies (SME's) lacking internal resources to navigate the requirements to set up an ESG/Sustainability governance infrastructure and develop net zero targets for 2050.|
|M&T Bank||M&T Bank will work to conserve and protect water resources by decreasing its water consumption by 20% by 2025|
|Nestlé||Our Forest Positive strategy builds on our decade-long work to end deforestation in our supply chains. Forest Positive means moving beyond just managing deforestation risks to targeting a positive impact on our broader sourcing landscapes.|
|Nestlé||Nestlé Waters will advance the regeneration of the water cycle to help create a positive water impact everywhere our waters business operates by 2025.|
|Nestlé||Nestlé aims for 100% of key ingredients to be produced sustainably by 2030. We aim to achieve sustainable and resilient food supply chains in which growers and environments are protected.|
|Plastic Bank||Plastic Bank is committing to enable millions of people access to clean water by 2030 through the collection of ocean bound plastic and the enactment of strategic partnerships.|
|Salesforce||Salesforce transitions our company and world toward clean, renewable energy and a low carbon economy. We are committed to reaching 100% Renewable Energy by FY22. By 2030, we support and mobilize the conservation, restoration, and growth of 100m trees|
|Stanley Black & Decker||SBD aims to use water sustainably wherever we do business. SBD will identify water risks and, where applicable, set context-based targets to address site-specific concerns in each river basin where it operates by 2030.|
|State Street Corporation||State Street will promote fresh water availability by reducing water usage by 25% by 2030.|
|Thomas Schumann Capital||Thomas Schumann Capital® promotes Water Security, United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 6 in public and private markets. The firm aims to link more than $10,000,000,000 in assets to its benchmark equity indices by 2025.|
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