« It’s when the going gets really tough that the…

With Danone, Jérôme Tubiana is looked on as a historical initiator and witness of the dual economic and social project introduced 40 years ago by Antoine Riboud. Now a senior advisor with Danone, he…

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B Corp: The Label for Companies that Benefit Everyone

The primary aim of the B Corp label is to promote a form of capitalism that creates value for both shareholders and society. Launched in the United States back in 2007 by B Lab, an NGO, this certification…

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Climate Change, the #1 threat to the Global Economy

Published on January 14, the Global Risks Report 2016 identifies the failure of climate change mitigation and adaptation as the top risk to the global economy for the decade to come. Presented here is…

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Sensor network can detect exact location and size of ocean pollution

In the future, when fossil fuels are no longer the leading source of energy around the world and oil platforms aren't pumping oil from beneath the ocean floor, we won't have to worry about oil spills,…

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A look back on COP 21 and Danone’s climate ambition

On December 12, COP 21 ended successfully in Paris with an ambitious international agreement. Here is an overview of Danone’s climate commitments during COP 21.

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What does the Paris agreement mean for the world’s other 8…

In December, the world’s nations agreed on an aggressive plan to combat climate change. But what, if anything, will the landmark Paris agreement do for thousands of species already under threat from…

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The biggest climate stories of 2015

2015 has been a big year for climate change. The year has witnessed dizzying highs and stunning lows, from the hottest January on record, to March, when global carbon dioxide levels hit a million-year…

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Has Water Fallen through the Cracks of the Climate Threat?  

While COP 21 has focused its debates on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, it seems, at the very least, to have overlooked the question of water, despite the fact that this resource, too, is threatened…

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Global Landscape Forum 2015: ensuring a sustainable land use of…

At the heart of global warming issues, the question of soil and agriculture implicitly refers to the challenge of feeding 9 billion people by 2050, without endangering the planet. How can we adapt our…

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Farmland, the Great Carbon Sink

In its fight against climate change, France launched the “4‰ Initiative” which aims to increase carbon reserves in agricultural land. A 0.04% growth in that storage could, in fact, stop the annual…

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