The GlobeScan/SustainAbility Survey offers a unique, collaborative platform that uses research-driven insights, including targeted surveys of the most influential thought leaders in the sustainability arena from over sixty countries, to explore the biggest sustainability challenges.
The thousands of stakeholders surveyed include leading sustainable development experts and practitioners from five sectors:
The GlobeScan/SustainAbility Survey helps clients:
When you engage GlobeScan and SustainAbility to prepare a workshop for your organisation, our consultants will work with you to customise the research-driven insights emerging from the program to deliver forward-looking strategic counsel. We will explore the sustainability challenges facing your sector and your business, and integrate learning from GlobeScan’s and SustainAbility’s regular work on sustainability strategy.
The GlobeScan/SustainAbility Survey is in field around six times each year, and provides a regularly updated expert perspective on a range of timely topics, including:
GlobeScan and SustainAbility have joined forces to provide insight and foresight into the evolving sustainable development agenda. The GlobeScan/SustainAbility Survey builds on more than fifteen years of engaging sustainable development experts to inform, inspire and develop successful strategy.
For the fourth year in a row, and by the largest margin yet, Unilever is regarded as the number-one corporate sustainability leader, with 33 percent of expert respondents identifying the company (up 8 points from 2013) as a “leader in integrating sustainability into its business strategy.” Nearly one in ten (9%, down 5 points) mention Patagonia, 7 percent mention Interface (down 4 points) and 6 percent point to M&S. Other companies named to the top 12 include: Nestle, Natura, Nike, GE, Walmart (down 5 points), Puma, IKEA (first time in top 12 list since 2004) and Coca Cola.
Read and/or download The 2014 Sustainability Leaders report: