State of Green Business

The annual State of Green Business report provides a measure of the environmental impacts of the emerging green economy.

Manufacturers such as BSF, Dow and Eastman are racing to develop recyclable, reusable and durable materials with which to build the future.
Companies and organizations that adopt full-spectrum thinking about a variety of modern risks will thrive in an uncertain future.
Time-lapse photography, data imagery and VR help companies capture the value of visual sustainability reporting.
Major automakers race to adapt to shared-car demand, startups compete for the smart mobility wave and data concerns speed up.
Kellogg, IKEA and others are seizing financial opportunities from improving lives and reducing the environmental impacts of millions of smallholders in supply chains.
In 2017, more investors than ever are beginning to incorporate sustainability criteria into equity shareholder issues.
Even politically "red" states stand to benefit from maturing deal and financial structures.
Coca-Cola, United Technologies and Diageo are investing millions of dollars in water conservation, treatment and infrastructure projects.
Novozymes and Unilever are among companies embedding the U.N. SDGs into their business practice. Here are their strategies.

The following article is excerpted from our State of Green Business (SOGB) 2017 report. Published by GreenBiz in partnership with Trucost, it provides a global view of the year's trends in sustainable business.The report is free to download here.