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Enterprise Risk Management

Enterprise risk management (ERM) is a holistic approach to managing risks that can impact an organization's objectives. ERM is an ongoing process that involves identifying, assessing, and mitigating risks.

Using ERM we can help organizations to:

  • Identify and assess risks: 

  • Mitigate risks: 

  • Improve decision-making: 

  • Increased transparency: 

  • Improved compliance: 

There are a number of different frameworks that we use to help you

  • The COSO ERM framework 

  • The ISO 31000 framework 

  • The NIST Cybersecurity Framework

Sustainability Reporting

Sustainability reporting is the process of disclosing non-financial information about an organization's environmental, social, and governance (ESG) performance. This information is typically disclosed in a sustainability report, which is a document that provides a comprehensive overview of an organization's ESG performance.

Sustainability reporting is becoming increasingly important as investors, customers, and other stakeholders demand more information about the ESG performance of the organizations they interact with. By disclosing this information, organizations can demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and build trust with stakeholders.

Natural Resource Management

Natural resource management (NRM) is the management of natural resources such as land, water, soil, plants and animals, with a particular focus on how management affects the quality of life for both present and future generations (stewardship).

We can assist you with the following:

  • Identifying and assessing natural resources.

  • Developing and implementing management plans

  • Monitoring and evaluating resource management.

  • Communicating with stakeholders.

Data-Driven Solutions

Missing or incomplete datasets prevent organisations from having a comprehensive understanding of the environmental impacts of their operations and supply chains.


Fragmented datasets can lead to inaccuracies and inconsistencies in sustainability reporting.

Data-driven solutions can empower organizations across industries to make more informed decisions, optimize processes, and stay ahead of the curve in an increasingly complex and dynamic business environment. By leveraging the power of data and analytics, organizations can unlock valuable insights, drive innovation, and achieve sustainable growth.

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Circular Design Leadership Program

Empowerment Equation: People, Planet,

and the Path to Shared Prosperity


EQUATION: Shared Prosperity = f(People ⊕ Planet)


Shared Prosperity: This represents the desired outcome, a situation where economic benefits are distributed equitably and contribute to a better quality of life for all.


f( ):

This symbolizes a function, indicating that shared prosperity is not a guaranteed outcome but rather depends on certain factors.

People ⊕ Planet:

This represents the two key factors influencing shared prosperity. The symbol "⊕" can be interpreted as "working together" or "in balance."


The "Empowerment Equation" emphasizes shared prosperity, a concept that goes beyond just economic growth. It focuses on ensuring everyone benefits from a thriving economy and a healthy planet.

Shared prosperity aims to decrease the exploitation of both people and resources that often occurs in an unequal system. Shared Prosperity leads to a more just and ethical economic model.
When economic benefits are concentrated in the hands of a few, social unrest and tensions can arise. Shared prosperity works to decrease these tensions by ensuring a fairer distribution of resources.

A focus on short-term profits often leads to environmental degradation and pollution. Shared prosperity works to decrease pollution-related illnesses, promoting a healthier population.

Shared Prosperity" is not a one-size-fits-all model. It acknowledges that various factors influence the specific path towards shared prosperity for different regions and communities.

The level of education and skill development within a population will influence the types of jobs available and the overall economic potential. A shared prosperity approach would focus on education and training programs tailored to meet the specific needs of the local economy.

The starting point for environmental sustainability will differ depending on the existing level of pollution, resource depletion, and biodiversity loss. A shared prosperity approach will need to prioritize actions that address the most pressing environmental challenges in each region.

Overall, the "Empowerment Equation" recognizes the complexity of achieving shared prosperity. Acknowledging the diversity of factors at play encourages a flexible and adaptable approach that can be tailored to specific contexts, ultimately leading to a more just and sustainable future for all.

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Get the FREE Weather App
for your agricultural activity

How to download weather data from the World Meteorological App


Step 1: Use your mobile phone to scan one of the QR Codes above, depending on which app store you have on your mobile phone.

Step 2: In your app store install MyWorldWeather

Step 3: Once downloaded click on the tab titled personalize and, in the search, space enter your town or village for example: Lusaka, Zambia.
Then the app will customize your weather reports for up to five days each day.

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