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16 Dec. 2020 | Comments (0)

In this episode, Scott Tew and Rasha Hasaneen from Trane Technologies, discuss their strategies for managing sustainable innovation. Starting with the setting of targets based on materiality analysis and scenario planning. This has led them to be a front runner in adopting science-based targets for their Green House Gas emissions. The rapidly evolving markets and increasing climate crisis require organizations to go beyond refining technologies towards full business model innovation. At the end of this podcast our guests share their outlook how the pandemic will change the business environment in the long run.

  • Let's Talk Sustainable Business Podcast

    Let's Talk Sustainable Business Podcast

    The Let's Talk Sustainable Business' podcast series is aimed at people interested in how corporations can drive sustainable development by integrating sustainability into their overall business strategy and managing for positive impact. The series will feature conversations with experts and practitioners in the field of sustainability. The target audience includes corporate executives, consultants, academics and students as well as people in civil society with an interest to learn more about this complex subject. The series will cover the scope as laid out by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and the principles of responsible business.  

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