There is increasing global awareness of the SDGs, with awareness being much higher in the Global South than in the Global North.
Almost a year since 196 governments adopted the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework at CBD COP15, the Business for Nature coalition has today launched a new global campaign ‘It’s Now for Nature’ to rally all businesses to act on nature and contribute toward the global goal to halt and reverse nature loss by 2030.
Almost seven in ten people globally say their government should support Ukraine as it defends itself against Russian aggression.
June 8, 2023: The latest research from GlobeScan and the SustainAbility Institute by ERM finds that sustainability leadership is increasingly being measured by the integration of sustainability into business strategy. For the first time, Patagonia has surpassed Unilever as the most recognized corporate leader in this space after transferring ownership of the company to a trust that seeks to address climate change and protect nature. As the largest and longest-running survey of its kind, The GlobeScan / SustainAbility Survey has … “Report: New Research Finds Sustainability Leadership is Increasingly Measured by the Integration of Sustainability Into Business Strategy”
Consumers all over the world are staying loyal to Fairtrade as the most visible and trusted ethical label, according to new research findings released by GlobeScan and Fairtrade today. Close to three in five (56 percent) shoppers surveyed in 12 countries said they were willing to pay more for a Fairtrade product, despite the increased cost of living. While consumers are increasingly concerned about rising food prices, small-scale farmers also face skyrocketing fuel, transport and fertiliser costs, putting their livelihoods … “Consumer Support for Fairtrade Remains Strong Despite Global Cost of Living Crisis”
18th May 2023 – GlobeScan, the independent insights and advisory consultancy, is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Singapore, expanding its global footprint to nine offices across all regions of the world and strengthening its presence in Asia. GlobeScan will bring its expertise and research-led approach to companies, NGOs, and governmental organizations located in Southeast Asia to help them better understand their stakeholders’ expectations, build trust, and support their leadership ambitions in sustainability, corporate affairs, and … “GlobeScan Announces Opening of New Office in Singapore”
28th April 2023 – GlobeScan is pleased to announce the appointment of Andréa Álvares as a new independent Director to its Board. Andréa is a Regenerative Systems Developer and Independent Thinker. She has 30 years of professional experience, 27 of which in Consumer-Packaged Goods (CPG) companies including Natura, PepsiCo, and P&G. For the last six and a half years, Andréa was the Chief Brand, Innovation, and Sustainability Officer for Natura and led the company’s operations outside of Latin America. Before … “GlobeScan Announces the Appointment of Andréa Álvares to its Board of Directors”
Fifty-eight percent of people are seriously concerned about fresh water shortages, according to research published ahead of the UN Water Conference With the world gathering in New York next week for the first UN Water Conference in 46 years, new research from GlobeScan highlights the global impact of worsening water shortages which are disrupting societies, economies, the environment, and every aspect of life as we know it. Fifty-eight percent of people across the world are very concerned about fresh water … “Worries About Water Shortages On The Rise”
Grains of Truth Report: New EAT-GlobeScan global research also highlights consumers ahead of governments on role of food in climate change Forty-two percent of consumers worldwide think most people will likely be eating plant-based food instead of meat in the next ten years, according to a new global consumer research study conducted by GlobeScan, a global insights and advisory consultancy, and EAT, the science-based non-profit for global food system transformation. The report into healthy, sustainable, and equitable food also revealed that … “Report: More Than Four In Ten Consumers Globally Think Eating Plant-Based Food Will Replace Meat In The Next Decade”
There is overwhelming global agreement that the effects of climate change disproportionately affect the poor and three-quarters of people around the world say that rich countries must support them to deal with the effects of climate change, according to a recent global poll by Business Fights Poverty and GlobeScan. Key findings include: Eighty-four percent agree that the poor will suffer most from the impact of climate change, with almost half strongly agreeing (46%) and 38 percent somewhat agreeing. Public opinion … “Global Public Agrees Climate Change Disproportionately Affects Poor People, Rich Countries Must Support Them to Deal with Effects of Climate Change “