Some Powerful Trends

World energy Production rose 42% between 1980 and 2000 and will grow between 150% and 230% by 2050. Renewable energy account for only 11.5 %. The current addition of 60 Million urban citizen a year is the equivalent of adding … Continue reading

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Serving Society

Future consumer markets will favor businesses that partner with government and civil society to serve basic needs, enhance human skills, increase economic capacity, help remedy inequities, and conserve the environment • source: Tomorrow’s Markets – Global Trends and their Implications … Continue reading

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More value, less impact

The need to reduce consumption and waste creates new opportunities for business to grow while at the same time helping people, economies, and ecosystems through the innovation of less wasteful processes, and life-enhancing goods and services • source: Tomorrow’s Markets … Continue reading

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Natural Capital

Those businesses that reduce the environmental impacts of their operations, goods, and services will win competitive advantages. • source: Tomorrow’s Markets – Global Trends and their Implications for Business • See also XlnkS4F7

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Connections: a networked world

In this integrated world, businesses have a crucial stake in economic development, healthy cities, efficient and accessible mobility, and in expanding the pool of educated workers and consumers. • source: Tomorrow’s Markets – Global Trends and their Implications for Business … Continue reading

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Roles and responsabilities

The public and many governments will hold businesses accountable to be socially responsible — that they will promote development that meets basic human needs, support democracy, share information, and be open to the scrutiny and input of civil society. • … Continue reading

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