The year in review: Progress in sustainable business, but too little and too slow

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The year in review: Progress in sustainable business, but too little and too slow

Five themes stood out in 2023: decarbonisation, finance, plastic waste, ESG and AI

Another year, another round of ups and downs, hope and despair, excitement and disappointment, fits and starts. Still, 2023 saw plenty of progress. Topics such as regenerative agriculture, green upskilling,...

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