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Plastics and Sustainability... An Unlikely Partnership

While sustainability and plastics may seem like opposing concepts, a company’s experience in Haiti shows that they are indeed complementary, as long as recycling and cleaner production are part of the equation.

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ESG & Climate Risks in the Financial Sector: Private & Public Sector Opportunities

The financial sector must identify opportunities to contribute to the society where they operate and create business models and strategies that not only consider risks and returns, but also impact in the broader sense.

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How to Promote Energy Efficiency in the Private Sector

Energy efficiency is critical for Latin America and the Caribbean, historically characterized by high energy consumption and low productivity. Lessons learned from promoting energy efficiency practices among firms can help guide strategies moving forward.

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Inclusive Growth for all, Including Diverse Populations

Ethnic, people with disabilities, the LGBTQ+ population and women make up most of the residents in Latin America and the Caribbean, but still face barriers to access formal employment. Leaving this population behind is preventing Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) to reach its full potential.

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Regulators & Companies Reshaping Sustainability: Which Comes First, the Chicken or the Egg?

Some companies are still expecting that regulators come up with sustainability guidelines, but others are moving fast, making a valuable contribution to a cleaner future, and reaping the benefits: new business opportunities, more stakeholder engagement and contributions to their country commitments.

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Latin America at a Crossroads

Latin America and the Caribbean now faces a crossroads where we must work to optimize the many opportunities to build a different and better world.