COP27 Youth and Future Generations Day: a reminder of why businesses should work with Gen Z on ESG issues – Gowling WLG

10 November was the Youth and Future Generations Day at COP27, which highlighted the power and participation of youth at the UN climate change conferences.

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... To mark Youth and Future Generations Day, Gowling WLG are sharing the key takeaways from their Tomorrow’s World report, which surveyed 1,000 Gen Zs to assess how this powerful collective – nearly 25% of the global population – is driving organisational change. Plus, how businesses can take meaningful action in the face of global, environmental, and social challenges.

Gowling WLG are also sharing some learnings from their recent Tomorrow’s World webinar, where they were joined by ESG and Gen Z experts, Dr Rosina Watson (Head of Sustainability at Cranfield School of Management), Rae Stanton-Smithson (Lush Retail) and Amy Clamp (Beatfreeks) to explore how leaders can future-proof their companies through the implementation of meaningful Environmental and Social Governance strategies.

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