LEADERS’ APPROACH ON MEETING THE SUSTAINABILITY TARGETS
Overview and status of current regulations and environmental-based compliances in the field of sustainability. The voice of
authorities, policymakers, Governmental officials and top managers in cross-sectors, with the aim of an effective dialogue
and proficient aligning and actions to international guidelines. Translating global sustainability goals into authorities’
efficient actions and transparent and clear guidelines for Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) targets.
SUSTAINABLE ACTIONS IN THE SPOTLIGHT FOR BUSINESSES
In April 2021, the European Commission announced a comprehensive package of measures intended to further
promote sustainability, as part of the goal of making Europe climate neutral by 2050. Part of it, was the proposal for a
Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), the aim of which would be to improve the flow of sustainability
information in the corporate world. By this, the economy stakeholders such as investors, companies and general
public can take informed decisions with the overall goal of meeting the sustainability targets. Also, the net-zero
approaches, decarbonization and the strategies for effective climate leadership is on the top of the agenda..
FINANCING THE TRANSITION TO CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABLE OUTCOMES
Sustainability is not cheap and easy to implement as a general goal. The EU regulations are stiff and not-negotiable. The easy
way to make use of the traditional resources may be a short-term solution but it is not viable on a long run. Transition to a more
sustainable future needs financing solutions for companies and investors that support both climate, company’s KPIs and society linked
goals. For investors, tools that enable them to assess companies on their sustainability credentials are crucial to their
decision-making. And for companies, getting access to the right sustainable finance solutions helps them to meet their targets.
THE RESOURCE SECURITY
The present world and global economy are highly dependent on resources extracted in emerging and developing countries,
eco-innovation and cross-sector collaboration is key to reducing costs of resource- and energy-efficient technologies.
Improving resource efficiency in these countries is required to achieve sustainable development and green growth.
Conserving the resources became one of the main targets on the agenda of companies reflected in the programs run
by companies and the solutions to answer the environment-oriented targets, UE compliance and fiscal incentives.
ACTIVE CROSS-SECTORS PARTNERSHIPS TO DELIVER INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS
By translating effective innovation solutions into sustainability outcomes, companies can create products,
services, and processes that prove to be good and useful for both communities, the company itself and cross-industries.
All the stakeholders, such as leaders, policymakers, investors, NGOs, private and state-owned companies,
tech start-ups are innovators and have an active role in building a sustainable business ecosystem