ESG, or environmental, social, and governance criteria, may well be the hottest business trend of this decade, and it brings huge potential to positively impact gender equality. Facing mounting pressure from governments, investors, shareholders, employees, and consumers, corporations are being held accountable for their gender diversity commitments along with other ESG risks and opportunities. The shock waves are being felt worldwide and the call-to-action for meaningful inclusion and equity is stronger than ever.
The Canadian Women’s Foundation and The Body Shop Canada are teaming up during the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence (Nov. 25 to Dec. 10) to #ActTogether and encourage people to take action on gender-based violence in Canada.
In an era where consumerism is globally-conscious and purpose driven, and our understanding of gender roles has broken free of a false binary, why do our Valentine’s Day traditions remain unchanged?
Katie Pringle knew early on that cannabis culture was changing, and she wanted in. Now she’s the co-founder of several businesses. We spoke to her about the challenges she’s faced, and the opportunities she’s still exploring in this new industry. Tell me a little about what you do. Why did you start working in cannabis? […]