Sustainability & Risk

Guidance on sustaining business and nature while managing increasing risks

A world map symbolizes risk management for a global company

Fast Four: Risk Management as a Competitive Advantage

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Monitoring Risk at Marriott

A world population map signifies the rise in demand created by a growing population

Fast Four: Supplying an Insatiable Demand

Analysts in the GSOC might monitor a venue with an overhead view and heat signatures

NextTech: Managing Corporate Security—At Home and on the Road

Greenwashing, symbolized by chipping green paint

Consumers, Regulators Tire of Greenwashing

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Ski Industry Faces Economic Risks from Climate Change, Study Shows

Business risks were top of mind in 2023, as symbolized by tiles of the top 10 articles

Top Stories of 2023: Key Takeaways and Trends

Tracking scope 3 emissions means understanding the supply chain on maps and dashboards

Fast Four: Exposing the Myths of Scope 3 Emissions

Wind turbines indicate renewable energy providers like NextEra Energy

Speeding Up Wind Energy Growth

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Fast Four: Addressing Retail Crime

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NextTech: The Geographic Conundrum Slowing a Clean Energy Future

A 3D model of a manufacturing plant represents a form of spatial thinking

Spatial Thinking Invades Computing, Business

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Survey: CEOs May Be Underutilizing This AI Capability

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Exploring the Business Trend of Spatial Thinking

A map used in the carbon credit business to validate forest protection

What's the Science behind That Carbon Credit?

Erika Le manages circularity at Rehrig Pacific

Inside the Circular Economy with Smart Maps and Blockchain

Mary Lennon of Fannie Mae

How Fannie Mae Studies Climate Impact on US Housing

Streaming cars represent traffic noise

Working through the Noise—At a Cost to Productivity

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Think Tank: Why Are Business Execs Talking about Biodiversity?

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Sustainable Sourcing: A Data-Driven Approach to Supplier Selection

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A Look Inside Sustainable Sourcing

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With Carbon Offsets under Scrutiny, Some Tap Tech for Verification

A map shows lines connecting supply chain locations worldwide

Fast Four: Toward a Nimble Supply Chain

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A Call for Collaboration Strengthens Corporate Security

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