The essay explores steps taken by the Canadian oil sands company Suncor Energy to address climate change concerns in an environment of churn in terms of politics, oil prices and pipeline approvals. It also questions whether there are other industries that need the same amount of scrutiny as the tar sands has received.
What steps should oil sands giant Suncor Energy take to grow both their bottom Line and sustainability in the face of large pressure from environmental groups and public figures like Leonardo DiCaprio?
How can consulting firms maintain margins when facing carbon taxes on airfare?
As the world marches towards a low-carbon future, costs will inevitably be incurred throughout the supply chain. Companies who are prepared to leverage size and tough tactics can extract value by inequitably dispersing costs through their supply chain partners, even in ‘collaborative’ relationships. Take a look at how this was done in the Australian grocery industry during the short-lived Carbon Tax in 2012.
A South American Airline is slowly becoming an industry leader in sustainability