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Based on our population’s current consumption levels, sustaining our growth trajectory would require the ecological resources of 2.3 planets by 2050. How can a regenerative and equitable circular economy shift the way we collectively consume? …
Many of us have an old laptop or tablet sitting in our junk drawer but don’t always know where to dispose of or donate such items. Each year, 50 million tons of e-waste are generated …
John Deere, Pyxera Global, the Government of Nigeria, and rural Nigerian communities share a vision—to achieve a food secure and prosperous Nigeria. To translate purpose into practice, John Deere and Pyxera Global created the Rayuwa …
Pyxera Global will join key stakeholders and thought leaders in sustainability and environmental in New York City for the United Nations General Assembly as we work to transform the way we live and work for …
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 …
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. …
Don't miss the chance to gain valuable insights from SAP professionals who have experienced the transformative power of pro bono consulting firsthand and embark on your own journey towards professional growth, personal development, and community …
Through our Global Pro Bono (GPB) program, we provide mission-driven organizations with an external team of corporate consultants who are dedicated to working on a high-priority project of the organization’s choosing. …
Three years into the pandemic and the world of work is still trying to figure out how to better engage and keep their employees. In 2022, as research evolved to include looking into “quiet quitting,” …