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Our goal is to present insights and approaches that organizations can use to transform how they manage resources and drive sustainable growth.more
McKinsey's Martin Stuchtey explains how business can create a virtuous, and profitable, circle of waste reduction, savings and efficiency.
Seafood is an important part of a healthy diet and fishing-related industries provide employment for 180 million people. Is there a way to reverse, or at least slow down, the stresses that are threatening fish stocks? This McKinsey article suggests how.more
Walmart’s senior VP for sustainability, Andrea B. Thomas discusses the challenges of building a greener supply chain and explains why Walmart won’t be marketing sustainability to customers anytime soon.
Many consumers around the world say they will pay a premium for sustainable products and prefer to deal with companies whose values they share and trust. What impact are these socially conscious consumers having on environmental and economic sustainability?
June 2012—Manufacturers can generate new value, minimize costs, and increase operational stability by focusing on four broad areas: production, product design, value recovery, and supply-circle management.more
Manufacturers can create value, cut costs, and reduce exposure to volatile commodity prices by improving their resource productivity—using fewer resources for each unit of output.
After a boom seemed headed for a bust, stable and expansive growth is on the horizon.more
Companies should integrate environmental, social, and governance issues into their business model—and act on them.
October 2011—European utilities may soon have to earn a growing share of their profits by helping households save energy rather than consume it.more
October 2011—More companies are managing sustainability to improve processes, pursue growth, and add value to their companies rather than focusing on reputation alone.more
Returning fish stocks to sustainable levels involves difficult trade-offs. This report outlines a methodology to think through the options for fisheries.more
November 2011—It’s possible, though far from certain, that oil prices will spike in the years ahead. Here’s why—and how you can prepare.
April 2011—To succeed, African countries must narrow their focus and target high-impact projects.more
January 2011—A new index shows mixed results in the country’s push for sustainable urban development.more
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600 cities are projected to generate more than 60 percent of global growth to 2025.more