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With sustainability issues gaining increased attention from investors, regulators, activists, and the media, organizations can ill afford to ignore the topic. Fortunately, a recent survey by Deloitte reveals that many members of the c-suite, most notably CFOs, are getting the message. A growing awareness of, planning for, and action around sustainability issues is underway. Deloitte’s new whitepaper, CFOs and Sustainability: Shaping their roles in an evolving environment, reveals numerous trends in the environmental, health, safety, and social impacts of the enterprise.

CFOs and Sustainability: Shaping their roles in an evolving environment

The transition to sustainable patterns of production and personal consumption is not optional. Governments understand this and will regulate and tax accordingly to shape consumer and business behaviors.  Leading businesses recognize this as an opportunity and want to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem as more and more consumers look to buy smart and will increasingly establish new norms for socially acceptable behavior. Click to read more.

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Sustainability for consumer business companies: a story of growth

The transition to more sustainable patterns of production and personal consumption is not optional. Governments understand this and will regulate and tax accordingly to shape consumer and business behaviors.  Leading businesses recognize this as an opportunity and want to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem as more and more consumers look to buy smart and will increasingly establish new norms for socially acceptable behavior.

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Sustainability for consumer business companies: a story of growth

The transition to more sustainable patterns of production and personal consumption is not optional. Governments understand this and will regulate and tax accordingly to shape consumer and business behaviors.  Leading businesses recognize this as an opportunity and want to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem as more and more consumers look to buy smart and will increasingly establish new norms for socially acceptable behavior.

Sustainability for consumer business companies

One of Australia’s leading water providers knew their industry was changing. Much like the gas and electricity industries previously, they were moving towards a highly competitive environment.

The client had over 200,000 properties connected to the water network with total assets valued at over US$2 billion. They wanted to make better use of their data assets in order to grow and retain their customers, and they asked Deloitte Australia to help. Click to read more.

When a leading water provider faced rising competition

Pressure on the global food supply chain is only going to intensify. And the problem can't be addressed by one group alone. 

What next for global food production? Boosting land productivity in the emerging world, which will require several things to take place. Click to read more

The food value chain

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Learn how your organization might profit from closing the performance-perception gap by clicking here to view Interbrand’s Best Global Green Brands 2013 list. Click here to read more.

Best Global Green Brands 2013

Water scarcity creates risks and opportunities. A water stewardship strategy should help business leaders identify and pursue value-creating initiatives, from cost reduction and innovation, to a reputation that creates further opportunities. Click to read more.

Getting ahead of the “ripple effect” (a video)

Water, the once plentiful resource, is growing scarcer. And that scarcity is a finance issue – one that has the potential to disrupt business and supply chain operations, lead to increased costs, and increase the price of commodity products.

In this edition of CFO Insights, we explore the reasons behind water scarcity; the risks associated with the growing lack of water; and why water availability is a CFO issue. Click to read more.

Ripple Effects: Why Water Is a CFO Issue

Deloitte Review Issue 14 - Socially responsible innovation and big data

Must behavioral-based big data erode trust in the name of profit? Deloitte Review issue 14 delves into socially responsible innovation, with other features on high performance manufacturers and supply chains; additive manufacturing paths to performance; and a better answer to the “virtual versus campus” debate.

Issue 14 of Deloitte Review explores the ways companies can use behavioral data to enhance trust through the products and services they offer. It also takes an in-depth look at high performance manufacturers, additive manufacturing, and how data visualization tools can make supply chains more resilient.

In addition, issue 14 features several articles on the changing talent landscape: the evolving role of the CHRO, the emergence of analytics in the HR space, and the “either-or” debate surrounding virtual and campus work arrangements.

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