Helping business put back more than it takes out.

 
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About the Net Positive Project

The Net Positive Project brings together an authoritative and ambitious coalition of cross-sector partners to develop a credible and aligned net positive approach, supported by a common set of principles and best practices.

Our Mission

To create a world where companies drive financial success and create "net positive" impacts by putting more back into society, the environment, and the global economy than they take out.

Why Net Positive?

Companies are recognizing the benefits of going beyond mitigating their negative sustainability impacts; instead they are recognizing their enormous potential to create positive impacts on society and the environment. Increasingly, companies are making “net positive” commitments to put back more into the global system than they take out.

Net positive will create a race to the top by increasing the sustainability ambition level of companies to have a positive impact on society and the environment. It can also lead to enhanced company innovation, brand reputation, stakeholder relations, and sales. Moreover, net positive can be a powerful way to generate and assess results following the adoption of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris climate agreement.

 
 

Members & Partners

 
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Members

The following companies are participating in the Net Positive Project

NGO Partners

The Net Positive Project is co-managed by the following partners:

 
 

Interested?

Join Us

 
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Why Join?

The Net Positive Project is open to companies across all sectors to:

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Gain insight from companies leading the net positive agenda.

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Hold a prominent and visible role in helping to turn an innovative and powerful concept into a movement.

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Benefit from the ability to shape, inform and test net positive principles and methodologies

 

Contact

For further information and to find out how you can participate in the Net Positive Project, please contact:

Gregory Norris: gnorris@hsph.harvard.edu
David Korngold: dkorngold@bsr.org
Zoe Le Grand: z.legrand@forumforthefuture.org

 
 
 
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