TEEB for Agriculture and Food: Operational Guidelines for Business Activities

Embark on a journey towards sustainability with this comprehensive guide, crafted to support businesses in navigating the complexities of the TEEBAgriFood Evaluation Framework. With practical examples, insightful case studies, and a structured approach, this guide serves as a vital tool for businesses committed to shaping a more sustainable and equitable future for generations to come.


Circular Transition Indicators v2.0 – Metrics for business, by business

Although the use of common indicators for circularity performance is essential to accelerating the transition to the circular economy, the value of CTI for a company goes beyond the calculation in the guidance, analysis and explanation for how circularity drives company performance. The CTI process helps companies’ scope and prepare the assessment and interpret its results, understand its risks and opportunities, prioritize actions and establish SMART targets to monitor progress.  

Version 2.0 comes a year after the launch of CTI v1.0 bringing three main additions in the existing methodology, including:

  • Water Circularity: As promised in CTI v1.0, this version now includes calculations for Circular Water Inflow/Outflow and Onsite Water Circulation.
  • CTI Revenue: Acknowledging growing investor interest for metrics that link circular and financial performance, the new CTI Revenue provides a consistent way to credibly respond to investor inquiries.
  • Bioeconomy Guidance: CTI v2.0 includes extensive instruction and interpretation on the bioeconomy across all indicators and process steps.

If companies have already completed an assessment with CTI v1.0, the new content will not affect their performance. Ideally, CTI only became easier and more valuable with these changes. In order to support and guide companies through this process, we have partnered with Circular IQ to develop the CTI online Tool available at www.ctitool.com. Through the tool, CTI initiates value chain discussions, which are essential to accelerating the transition to the circular economy.

We invite companies of all sizes and industries worldwide to demonstrate their commitment to the circular economy by measuring their circular baseline with the launch of this updated version of CTI in February 2021.

Circular Transition Indicators v2.0

Vision 2050: Time to Transform

a world in which more than 9 billion people are able to live well, within planetary boundaries, by 2050. To achieve this vision, we need transformation at scale, and business needs to focus its actions on the areas through which it can best lead the systems transformations.

Vision 2050:Time to Transform


Net-Zero Carbon Future

Developed with the Boston Consulting Group and WBCSD member companies across sectors, our framework provides six key steps and 16 actions which companies at any stage in the journey can follow to accelerate their journey to net-zero.

Net-Zero Carbon Future

Skill for Green Jobs in Indonesia

This report hopefully can contribute and offer a sound baseline to the continuing dialogue and engagement efforts among the tripartite partners. As Michiko Miyamoto, Country Director ILO Country Office for Indonesia and Timor-Leste stated, human capital & skills development is key priority of the government, and linking this to the country’s sustainability goals is a timely contribution to ongoing implementation of Indonesia’s long-term development plans. The information herein can be used as a starting point for current discussions, to reinvigorate the interest among key stakeholders, who are actively charting the country’s transition to a greener economy.

Please find the report here: wcms_706947.pdf (ilo.org

Sustainable Sourcing Guideline

Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD) in collaboration with WWF and Accenture developed Sustainable Sourcing Guideline to promote sustainable sourcing practices in particular among  downstream industries. This guideline is a living document that can be used as initial tool for companies to navigate their sustainable sourcing journey towards sustainable business.

Sustainable sourcing is the integration of sustainability principle into the decision making process for selecting suppliers. Sustainable sourcing ensures that the products and services are from sustainable raw materials and sustainable process.

Sustainable sourcing matters to tackle both internal and external risks. Internal risks, such as the scarcity of raw materials can impact on whether or not the companies able to continue their production and meet the consumer demand. Then, external risks include stakeholders’ trust and overall reputation of the companies.

Panduan Pengadaan Berkelanjutan | ID
Sustainable Sourcing Guidelines | EN