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Preparing for the Scope 3 Tsunami
Next month, the SEC will issue rules requiring that publicly traded companies disclose climate related risks and report emissions. Are you prepared?
Future of Scope 3: Evolving Regulations
WeSpire CEO & Founder, Susan Hunt Stevens hosts Chris Heysel, the Head of Advisory at South Pole to discuss scope 3 regulations, reporting, and best practices.
B Corp Certification Was Worth the Wait
On Thursday, WeSpire announced the exciting news that we are now a Certified B Corporation. The process took until now largely because so many companies want to be B Corps that the team at B Lab, the certifying organization, is busy.
Impact Engagement Pioneer WeSpire is now a Certified B Corporation
Employee Impact Solution, WeSpire, today announced it is a Certified B Corporation, accelerating the company’s commitment to purpose-driven businesses.
WeSpire is now B Corp™ Certified!
By becoming B Corp™ Certified, we will inspire other businesses - big and small - to do the same. We believe businesses can (and should!) be a force for good in the world.
Do Plants Need a Celebrity Spokesperson?
Given my own experience, and the data showing that celebrities can drive positive health behaviors, it may be time for plant-based diets to get a spokesperson.
What If Remote Work Doesn’t Work as Well as We Think
If we learn that coming into an office, at least some, is important, then we must address what stands in the way. Learn how leaders can overcome the obstacles of employees returning back to the office.
How to be Antiracist in the Workplace
To create an equitable workplace, employees need to be conscious about race and racism and take daily actions to end injustice. That’s why WeSpire launched the How to be Actively Antiracist campaign, focusing on the concrete steps employees can take to end racial oppression.
Four Secrets of Start-up Success
Over ten years in, I've learned, often the hard way, that a strong sense of purpose is only one secret to success. But the other secrets are rarely discussed in Accelerators and Incubators or in Board Rooms or Boot Camps.