12/05/2022 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 12/04/2022 19:13
The past few years have tested businesses like no other period in many decades. Leaders have had to retool their infrastructure for hybrid work during a devastating pandemic; they've faced crippling supply chain challenges; they've been forced to make difficult financial decisions as inflation grips the economy. And on top of that, the effects of climate change and increasing consumer demands for greener corporate practices have pushed businesses in every sector towards uncharted territory.
However, where others see adversity, visionaries see opportunity - the opportunity to reinvent business paradigms and the opportunity to create a more abundant future for all. Fujitsu has partnered with the Financial Times, the world's leading global business publication, to discover how a select group of visionaries is navigating the new frontier of sustainability with technology and turning uncharted territory into a new landscape full of possibilities.
We're calling the output of this partnership "Sustainability Transformation in action," and we invite you explore the articles, videos and audio clips highlighting individuals and organizations that are making the most of new realities to deliver new innovations that benefit the planet and society. These features provide a rare, data-driven look into the science of Sustainability Transformation.
Our recent research into sustainability has uncovered a gap between perception and reality, and we are eager to uncover how technology can close it. For example, 61% of companies say they're advanced on their sustainability journeys, but in reality, less than one in 10 have completed major sustainability imperatives such as developing sustainable supply chains (9%), achieving net zero status (2%) and preparing for environmental emergencies (7%).
What separates the high achievers from the majority? That's one of the major focuses of this series. We've made it easy for you to view all of the Financial Times content in a single hub, which you can access by clicking the link below.