We believe the greatest change we can affect is by combining open dialogue, collaboration and action.
Our imperfect and ever-changing world means we’ll never have all the information, nor will there ever be one single solution, but by convening the optimum balance of players to delve into key topics, we can collectively move the dial and play our part in amplifying the positive impact that business can have on people and planet.
Get in touch if you are interested in any of our projects, either as a contributor, a reader or would like to suggest a new collaboration.
Together with The London Interdisciplinary School we are investigating how collaboration can assist in transitioning businesses from a pattern of extraction to one of regeneration.
Our voluntary project, “Amplifying Impact”, serves as a collaborative platform where we join forces with various groups to contribute to the preservation of our home – Earth – in a way that is distributive and inclusive.
Action takes many forms, from hands-on projects with local youth groups through to hosting events for businesses. To find out more, follow us on LinkedIn for regular updates.
In collaboration with Future Stewards we are exploring the practical application of the commons, including the development of the Three Horizon Practice Network within a distributive commons structure.
An ongoing partnership with Hanken School of Economics exploring risk management’s role in the sustainability transition. Our current survey is open until the end of December 2023, contribute your views to gain access to the anonymised outputs.
To create a ‘living’ disclosures requirements map. Analysing both voluntary and mandatory requirements against the 9 planetary boundaries and social needs.
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We need to achieve a sustainable balance of meeting the needs of both people and planet and not focusing on one to the detriment of the other – harmonising people, planet and prosperity.
When considering business sustainability we look at how the firm (positively or negatively) impacts our Earth system and society (inside-out), and how our Earth system and society may (positively or negatively) impact a firm’s ability to achieve its objectives (outside-in).