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Ethical Corporation Briefing – Corporate Adaptation to Climate Change


“Even the most progressive companies are still in the nascent stages of trying to determine their climate change risks. Most companies are completely unaware.”

Ethical Corporation Magazine, an international leader in corporate sustainability publishing, commissioned Quinn & Partners to contribute to its North American Briefing which was published in March 2014. In the article authors Tony Pringle and Francisca Quinn discuss how companies in North America are just beginning to consider the risks of a changing climate in corporate strategy and business operations in the wake of more than a decade of record breaking extreme weather events. We give examples of climate-related business risks across industries and best management.

Read the article through Ethical Corporation Magazine online: North America Briefing Part 4: Climate change – Fit for the future

Francisca Quinn 2014 Clean50 honouree


Francisca Quinn
I am very proud to be part of such accomplished and dedicated group of people.

Francisca was named a 2014 Clean50 honouree thanks to her work with leading Canadian companies in reducing their environmental footprints and achieving high sustainability engagement scores from employees, customers and analysts. She uses business analytics and organizational change tools to design, implement and communicate industry-leading corporate sustainability programs. Francisca strives to set a personal example for sustainability by applying best practice at work and at home.

Visit the clean50 site.



State-owned companies as corporate sustainability leaders: Sweden

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Article published in Corporate Knight’s web edition 2013-11-06

“Who best drives advancement in sustainability – governments or corporations? In Sweden, this question is being turned on its head. The answer is not ‘traditional’ government regulation.”

Read the article: State-owned companies as corporate sustainability leaders: Sweden

Written by Astrid von Schmeling &  Francisca Quinn