IBIS, a premier emerging market sustainability consultancy, is expanding its footprint with a new office opening in Singapore - which will become the company’s Asia Pacific headquarters. As one of the leading sustainability advisory firms in Africa with more than 35 full-time consultants, IBIS has a strong presence in key financial hubs in Sub-Saharan African – namely Johannesburg and Nairobi – and maintains offices in Cape Town and Durban.
2018 was a year of paradox. The scientific signals of global warming are significantly stronger. The frequency, intensity and cost of weather impacts escalates. But the backtracking and general malaise from global politicians on climate change increases. Despite this, we are seeing market responses, driven by civil society and the private sector.
Customers have tremendous power in the business-to-business (B2B) sustainability world. Just by asking questions of their suppliers, customers send powerful signals about what matters. This article published by IBIS Director Jeremy Soboil and Non-Executive Director Scott Nadler on sustainability and the supply chain.
Often sustainability professionals are caught in an unending reporting cycle and before they know it are preparing for next year's sustainability report before they have had a chance to do anything else. In this piece published on Bizcommunity.com IBIS Director, Simon Clarke discusses some of the main reporting trends and shares some ideas on what companies can do to stay ahead.