One World Framework

While changes to the climate are already being felt, organisations must understand how climate change will influence their markets, operations, supply chains and physical assets. As consumer values and beliefs evolve, they will evaluate products according to a new set of criteria. Organisations that can demonstrate that they can meet these new requirements will have an opportunity to strengthen their brand, increase competitiveness and market share. Organisations that begin to work towards sustainability now, will be in a far better position to cope with the future.

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We are the first generation who truly understands that the world our children grow up in will be vastly different from our own. How we overcome the challenges of our time will make the difference between a world that we tolerate, and a world in which we prosper.

However, the challenges of building the future will not be solved by staring at the problem, but instead, by being open to new solutions. Albert Einstein said “In order to overcome the problems of our time, we need to change the way of thinking that created them in the first place“. For those unique individuals who engage the world in a radically different way, the capacity to change comes from within. However, for the rest of us mere mortals, we have to look for a source of inspiration to discover the new, or to solve the impossible.

One World bridges the gap between an individuals’ values and beliefs, and a sustainable future. One World can be applied in the following formats.