Noa Friedman and Julia Skrobal reflect upon Environics Research's' first step in our sustainability journey, quantifying our environmental footprint.
Energy and Environment
Do Canadians really understand what’s at stake when they express support for Marine Protected Areas and other protective measures?
A thought experiment for Earth Day: imagine a world where environmental, social, and governance performance are taken as seriously as the bottom line.
Our recent survey in collaboration with WWF-Canada reveals that 77% of Canadians believe that we are at a crisis point and must act in the next 10 years to reverse biodiversity loss
We're proud to announce that as part of our Environics climate action plan, we have joined Green Economy Canada National Hub to help pursue clear sustainability goals and public reporting.
Climate change can feel like an insurmountable problem. But Canadians are seeking opportunities for action across many areas of life.
Businesses have businesslike motives, but they also have customers, employees, investors and board members who are people. To succeed, businesses will need to consider the values of these audiences as they contemplate their next steps on the journey to net zero.
The report looks at the Canadian context and puts it in a global perspective, with comparisons to 12 other countries provided by Environics’ research partners in the IRIS network.
All roads lead to COP26 next week, but it doesn’t mean everyone is paying attention. Learn more about the journey to net zero.