Why civil courts’ larger problems can’t be simplified away Pro se litigants should be able to navigate the legal system themselves to achieve the access to justice they seek, but can that idea be counter-productive? Read more What accounting firm partners need to do every day to advance diverse talent A co-managing partner at a tax & advisory firm spoke about how she's changing the culture of the firm to identify & advance diverse talent within the firm. Read more Earth Day: Thomson Reuters announces carbon neutral goal and launches “TR Green 2020″ challenge On Earth Day 2019, Thomson Reuters announced it will be joining the list of companies that are making great strides in reducing their carbon footprint. Read more Spotlight on Reuters women journalists at the Women in the World Summit Thomson Reuters is proud to celebrate our female journalists and honor the achievements and contributions of women at the Women in the World Summit in NYC. Read more The intersections of ethics and culture in the era of anxiety, polarization and disruption Before we can take on issues of corporate responsibility, it is important to make sure there is clarity on what ethics and culture mean for organizations. Read more State of Corporate Law Departments 2019: How to become a more effective in-house team A new report, "State of Corporate Law Departments 2019" uncovers the trends that are driving corporate law departments today and shows how they can improve. Read more The future of business? Purpose, not just profit The CEOs of the future will want their companies to be recognized as forces for good. Read more Is this a turning point in the fight against slavery? When Apple won the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s Stop Slavery Award in November, the business world took notice. Read more Disclosing the financial impacts of climate change The Climate Disclosure Standards Board speaks to the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD). Read more Solving global sustainability challenges with the help of AI According to James Hodson of the AI for Good Foundation, artificial intelligence can aid society in addressing global issues – but it won’t do all the work for us. Read more Read more Back to top This site shares news, insights and best practice on trends impacting global sustainable development. More from Sustainability About Partners Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Youtube Subscribe to our newsletter Submit By submitting your details, you are acknowledging that you have read and understood our privacy statement. You can unsubscribe at any time.