Each summer we share some of our favourite books to help keep you inspired. From personal memoirs, to sustainability leadership icons, and from older classics to the newest thinking.
We caught up with Joseph D. Simpson, course leader for the ‘Thought Leadership for Impact Makers’ course to learn why building public thought leadership is so critical to helping impact professionals achieve their long-term objectives.
Its impacts, both negative and positive, have been made more acute by the growth of its circulatory system. Read our member Andres van der Linden’s latest blog on sustainable investing.
Written by: Cathy Sorbara, Ph.D.Head of Engagement, Net Impact Amsterdam According to LinkedIn, this year the number of sustainability professionals in Europe has grown 13%. When it comes to sustainability careers, Amsterdam is rated number three in Europe, behind only Stockholm and Helsinki. More and more professionals are answering the Read more…
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, better known as the IPCC, released its special report on climate change and land last week. This paramount publication testifies to the ways in which how we use our land contributes to climate change, and how climate change contributes to the health of our land.
The world is going through an unprecedented transition. Consumer behavior is rapidly shifting, and transparency and accountability are becoming fundamental parts of companies’ license to operate. Driven by this new world order, we are seeing an increasing demand for more sustainably sourced fashion.
Net Impact Amsterdam partnered with 1012, Inc. to tour social impact investments in Amsterdam’s Red Light District. 1012, Inc., is a cohort of permanent capital from the social housing corporation Stadgenoot, the Gemeente Amsterdam, BPL Pension and Stichting Rabobank Pensioenfonds. They buy and manage real estate in the neighborhood to Read more…