No matter what your job is, you and your colleagues are instrumental to how your organization operates and innovates - and the role it can play in responding to the climate crisis.
Whether it’s driving new ideas in your team or changing company-wide policies, getting your organization to engage on climate issues could be one of the fastest ways to drive impact at scale (especially if you work in an industry with a large carbon footprint).
Inside most companies, only a handful of people with “sustainability” roles consider climate issues part of their workday. This needs to change, and fast. Whatever you do, wherever you work, try to remember - every job must become a climate job.
78% of publications report a positive relationship between corporate sustainability and financial performance.
European securities which are aligned with the Paris Agreement outperformed the market. 875 Companies, 10 Sectors, 7 years backtest, 60% outperformance.
Many people across the world are willing to change how they live and work to reduce the effects of climate change.
Research shows that companies who engage on sustainability issues perform better.
Proportions of both healthy and unhealthy items purchased were positively associated between connected employees.
Taking action at work can bring other benefits too - helping to create new jobs.
Taking action at work can create organizations we all want to work for.
There is a positive relationship between high performance on relevant ESG issues and superior financial performance.