The coronavirus pandemic hitting lives, health, jobs and livelihoods across the world shows that people can make drastic changes to their way of life during catastrophic events. One key lesson for business is therefore the need for a radical upgrade of company assessment of social, political and environmental risks.
In this issue we look particularly at the ways in which this pandemic may drive companies to take a more comprehensive approach to environmental and social issues. We also point out five future directions for reference of any business that wishes to stay ahead in a post-pandemic environment with a drastically different corporate strategy. To help clients achieve this, CCA is offering a unique solution called Crisis REsilience & Sustainability Assessment (CRESA).