Headlines trumpet the news when BMW beats Mercedes and vice-versa in the race for the world’s top luxury car - the two German carmakers tend to be first, ahead of their conational Audi. In 2020, the crown went to Mercedes

The Impakter Index analysis reveals Ikea's lack of transparency is preventing them from being truly sustainable The “big Ikea trip” is something most of us are familiar with. Imagine leaving the marketplace without grabbing an unnecessary houseplant, “Kottbullar” (Swedish meatballs) and

It is somewhat unfathomable to think that a traditional brick-and-mortar retail store could see unprecedented growth in an era where physical markets are increasingly transitioning to digital. Nevertheless, this is what the world saw as GameStop (NYSE:GME) grew to a

Bottom Line Focus on Profit-Waste Ratio Can Strengthen Relationships and Resiliency Amazon’s revenues in 2019 were $281 billion, larger than Pakistan’s GDP. Amazon’s size is mind-blowing — even more when one considers the volume of product it moves. That’s the rub. The

Stuck at home because of Covid-induced lockdowns, we all love to shop on Amazon. We love to order online and get our favorite products without having to brave Covid-infested shops. We might also hear negative stories about Amazon mistreating its

As part of the European Green Deal, a radical policy framework to make the European Union (EU) climate neutral by 2050, the European Commission proposed in September 2020 to raise the 2030 greenhouse gas emission reduction target to at least 55% compared to

For the 2020 Top 100 Global Brands, a list derived from Forbes World’s Most Valuable Brands, the goal of sustainability continues to be out of reach, despite their many claims to the contrary. This is what the findings of a

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused businesses to rethink their model. We now know that once this pandemic is done and vaccines permit a return to normalcy - hopefully by the second part of 2021, we still risk another pandemic in

There is light at the end of the tunnel as the UK, armed with COVID-19 vaccines, embarks on its mission to vaccinate and immunize against the coronavirus. In early December the UK became the first country to approve administration of

Globally, over 2.2 billion people live without a clean and affordable water supply, and nearly 4.2 billion lack safely-managed sanitation. Despite improvements to water services for some 2.1 billion people since 1990, inequalities in their availability, accessibility, and quality disproportionately affect

Benefit companies are a new legal form of business that contribute to local development and the common good in a transparent way. When great shocks are considered, for instance, wars, pandemics, and earthquakes, we all recognise the essential role of the

In 2015, the world adopted the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end inequities such as poverty, hunger, illiteracy, energy access and gender bias by 2030. Ending these inequities is urgent: an estimated 250 million people will suffer from

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