We stand on the brink of a climate crisis unparalleled in history. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) delivered a chilling fact just yesterday: a 66% likelihood of breaching the 1.5-degree Celsius global warming threshold by 2027. This critical milestone, though potentially temporary, marks an alarming first in our climate change journey.
The world is facing a critical environmental crisis, and the time for bold, transformative action is NOW.
Discover how innovative business models, technologies, and collaboration can drive systemic change toward a truly circular economy.
Through this pilot, Pyxera Global and its data modeling and analytics partner, Metabolic, are working with the logistics leader to create an innovative reverse logistics hub. This pilot will inform a blueprint for the industry to determine how logistics companies can use existing infrastructure and new local community relationships to recover old electronics, then process and redistribute them for commercial use at economies of scale.
Pyxera Global is excited to announce the appointment of Rajesh Varghese as its new Country Director for India. Rajesh has work experience across India, Singapore, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. Varghese has worked with over 100 nonprofits to build capacity and understands how social sector organizations are a powerful way to ignite positive, systemic change. He has worked with several populations in India and Asia, from young people to low-income families, social entrepreneurs, and non-profit and corporate foundation leaders.
Pyxera Global’s work is founded on the belief that inclusion and the voice of the historically marginalized communities should be front and center for any circular city. Equitable Circular Cleveland showcases the effectiveness of that method by blending Pyxera Global’s multi-sector approach and community-driven ethos with Metabolic’s science-based philosophy.
In the early 2000s, Pyxera Global began partnering with companies to design, facilitate, and measure the impact of Global Pro Bono programs. Today, more than 25 unique GPB programs help share best practices, distribute lessons learned, and to encourage innovation amongst companies across seven business sectors.
Transitioning to net zero can significantly reduce global greenhouse gas emissions, an important step to tackling climate change. According to the Net-Zero Challenge several companies committed to reducing their emissions are achieving reductions in emissions.
The net zero transition is core to being a responsible business and should incorporate circular economy strategies, leverage cross-sector partnerships, center justice and inclusion into plans, and demonstrate progress through the ESGs to ensure the transition benefits business and society.