What affects oil prices and how do fluctuations impact the wider economy? We discuss rising inflation, post-pandemic recovery and the energy transition.
This briefing paper introduces the Building Value Framework, which aims to shift how the value of investments green buildings are perceived.
Public procurement is responsible for a significant proportion of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Governments can accelerate their path to net-zero operations by adopting the green procurement framework – an approach designed by the World Economic Forum and BCG.
This initiative aims to accelerate low-carbon-emitting technologies for chemical production, and achieve a marked reduction in the industry’s greenhouse gas emissions.
This program is focused on helping national and city leaders meet their emissions-reduction targets by creating an efficient, electric, and circular urban energy landscape.
This is a coalition of public and private partners working to set heavy industry and mobility sectors on the pathway to net-zero emissions by mid-century.
The decarbonization of energy production and use means investing trillions of dollars in clean energy capacity and efficiency, but current investment levels are insufficient.
Our project is aimed at the energy transformation of slaughterhouse waste, green waste, household waste, and invasive aquatic plants.
We help reduce carbon footprints by using regulated cap-and-trade compliance markets to purchase CO2 permits.
We can offer the highest-quality water at the lowest cost-per-litre, and with the lowest possible environmental impact.
We believe that progress happens by bringing together people from all walks of life who have the drive and the influence to make a positive change.