Global cosmetics pioneer Yves Rocher is at the forefront of developing and producing products that have a close relationship with nature. In this changing world, Yves Rocher evidences how sustainability is a source of creativity, innovation and transformation.

In 2006, a group of investors set out six principles for responsible investment, which means incorporating Environmental, Social and corporate Governance (ESG) issues in all their decisions. By taking into account how companies interact with all their stakeholders and their environment, these investors started building a more sustainable financial system.

Portuguese group Corticeira Amorim, the world's largest producer of cork stoppers and other cork products, has made innovation a top priority in an industry that is centuries-old.

Finnish forest industry company UPM and BNP Paribas' shared commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility has benefited both firms.

Last 2 years, a breakthrough year for corporate Green Bond issuance

The world's leading pension funds, superannuation funds and insurance companies are rethinking their strategies.

Why investors are increasingly considering ESG issues within their investment decision-making process

How the agreement of the COP 21 will foster the transition towards new business models.

Sustainability has become everyone's responsibility. It is true in all sectors

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