Insight of the Week: Experts Rate Society’s Performance Poorly in Achieving the SDGs, Especially Goal #10

Experts Rate Society’s Performance Poorly in Achieving the SDGs, Especially Goal #10 Society’s Performance on the Sustainable Development Goals % of Experts, 2021 Experts continue to rate progress on each individual SDG as mostly negative, with majorities rating progress as poor on ten of the 17 Goals. Progress on Reduced Inequalities, Life on Land, and Life Below Water is rated especially negatively. The Goals with the most positive progress include Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure and Partnerships for the Goals. This assessment … “Insight of the Week: Experts Rate Society’s Performance Poorly in Achieving the SDGs, Especially Goal #10”

Insight of the Week: Worries About Water Strongest in the South

Worries About Water Strongest in the South Seriousness of Water Shortages, “Very Serious,” by Country, 2020 Although people in all 27 markets surveyed tend to be at least somewhat concerned about fresh water shortages, these concerns are much more intense among those living in Southern Europe, Latin America, and Africa and the Middle East. In contrast, Asian respondents tend to be the least worried about a lack of fresh water. Strong concern about water cuts across all demographic groups, with … “Insight of the Week: Worries About Water Strongest in the South”

Concern for the Oceans Drives Consumers to ‘Vote with their Forks’ for Sustainable Seafood

One in three fear their favourite fish will be off the menu by 2040 High levels of concern for our oceans are driving a new wave of consumer activism, research for the Marine Stewardship Council reveals, as consumers increasingly ‘vote with their forks’ to safeguard our oceans. The largest survey of its kind involving more than 20,000 people across 23 countries, conducted by independent insights consultancy, GlobeScan, reveals that 6 in 10 seafood shoppers (58%) already made changes to the … “Concern for the Oceans Drives Consumers to ‘Vote with their Forks’ for Sustainable Seafood”

Clean Water and Sanitation: Perspectives from the SDG 6 Leadership Forum

SDG Goal 6 Leadership Forum hosted by AB InBev / GlobeScan Read the full report from our online discussion of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation. Learn from the perspectives from more than 150 participants from 32 countries who explored how to ensure the availability and sustainable management of water for all. SDG 6 focuses on the need for improved water management practices and increased water efficiency in order to more effectively meet water demands globally. What … “Clean Water and Sanitation: Perspectives from the SDG 6 Leadership Forum”

Accelerating Progress on Healthy and Productive Oceans: Perspectives from the SDG 14 Leadership Forum

SDG Goal 14 Leadership Forum hosted by Nomad Foods / Marine Stewardship Council / GlobeScan Read the full report from our online discussion of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 14: Life Below Water. Learn from the perspectives from more than 220 participants who explored the critical role that protection and restoration of ocean biodiversity can play in achieving the UN’s ambitious 2030 goals, and how different stakeholders can help ensure healthy and productive oceans for both economic and environmental … “Accelerating Progress on Healthy and Productive Oceans: Perspectives from the SDG 14 Leadership Forum”

AB InBev and GlobeScan to Host SDG Leadership Forum for Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation

Join us for our SDG Leadership Forum on Clean Water and Sanitation (Goal 6) on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. As part of our ongoing series of online dialogues, this SDG Leadership Forum for Clean Water and Sanitation offers an opportunity to discuss watershed protection, water use efficiency and water access, with a focus on new ideas and how we can reach scale in these critical areas. In this global, online, text-based discussion, hosted live by AB InBev and GlobeScan, we will explore how … “AB InBev and GlobeScan to Host SDG Leadership Forum for Goal 6: Clean Water and Sanitation”

The MSC, Nomad Foods, and GlobeScan to Host SDG Leadership Forum for Goal 14: Life Below Water

Join us for our SDG Leadership Forum for Goal 14 on Wednesday, November 28, 2018. As part of our ongoing series of online dialogues, the SDG Leadership Forum for Goal 14 (Life Below Water) offers an opportunity to explore the critical role that protection and restoration of ocean biodiversity can play in achieving the UN’s ambitious 2030 goals, and how different stakeholders can help ensuring healthy and productive oceans for both economic and environmental sustainable development. register for this upcoming … “The MSC, Nomad Foods, and GlobeScan to Host SDG Leadership Forum for Goal 14: Life Below Water”

Seafood Consumers Want Less Pollution and More Fish in the Sea

GlobeScan is pleased to have recently completed a second comprehensive study of seafood consumers globally for The Marine Stewardship Council. We surveyed more than 25,000 consumers in 22 countries and found that a large majority of consumers are increasingly demanding independent verification of sustainability claims in supermarkets (72% this year compared to 68% in our first study in 2016). Key Findings from the 2018 Seafood Consumers Study: 70% of seafood consumers say that they would like to hear more from … “Seafood Consumers Want Less Pollution and More Fish in the Sea”

Webinar Recap: 2017 RBC Canadian Water Attitudes Study

On April 11, RBC and GlobeScan hosted a webinar to explore the 2017 RBC Canadian Water Attitudes Study. For 10 years, RBC’s Canadian Water Attitudes Study has explored Canadian attitudes towards the protection and management of our fresh water supply. Each year, we ask about a wide range of water issues, and the question remains: do Canadians really value water? And how have our attitudes and behaviours evolved? The webinar featured a distinguished panel of guest speakers: Bob Sandford, EPCOR Chair, … “Webinar Recap: 2017 RBC Canadian Water Attitudes Study”

Canadians Remain Conflicted About Our Most Precious Natural Resource: Fresh Water

Ten years of RBC Canadian Water Attitudes data tells a story of contradictions TORONTO, 20 March 2017 – Today, as Canada Water Week kicks off across the country, RBC released its 10th annual Canadian Water Attitudes Study—an in-depth examination of how Canadians think, feel, and act in regard to our fresh water. The story that has emerged is both complex and enlightening. On one hand, it confirms how much Canadians value our water and how integral our lakes and rivers are … “Canadians Remain Conflicted About Our Most Precious Natural Resource: Fresh Water”