THE NATURAL STEP

We are a leading partner for organisations ready to address humanities grand challenges to create a better future. We enable decision makers to manage complexity, define their future position and seize opportunities for short and long term success.

Since 1989, we have worked with thousands of corporations, municipalities, academic institutions and not-for-profit organizations that have proven that moving strategically toward sustainability leads to new opportunities, reduced costs and dramatically reduced ecological and social impacts.

With almost thirty years of experience helping organizations and individuals understand and make meaningful progress toward sustainability, The Natural Step has 12 offices with associates and strategic partners in 54 countries.

News from our offices around the world

Rethinking Strategic Management book release

‘Rethinking strategic management’ is now available globally. This strategy book is extremely relevant for any organization that is in doubt or already committed, to future-proofing themselves and their environment by solving the grand societal challenges of our times....

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WCEF2020 co-organised by TNS Canada in Toronto

(Originally published by SITRA, authored by Tuula Sjöstedt lead communications and public affairs) Global thinkers and doers of the circular economy will be gathering in Canada on 29 Sep to 1 Oct to the fourth World Circular Economy Forum, which will be organised for...

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Sustain in Time declares bankruptcy

'Sustain in Time' , the Swedish member office of The Natural Step International, declared bankruptcy due to acute cash flow crisis related to the development of its online offering 'Sustain Online'. Some of the consulting staff of Sustain in Time will try to re-group...

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World Circular Economy Forum 2019 Wraps Up in Finland: Next Step Canada

This month representatives from The Natural Step’s teams around the world were at the World Circular Economy Forum, which took place in Helsinki Finland 3-5 June. The event, brought together over 2200 of the world’s top business leaders, policymakers, researchers and innovators working to implement the circular economy globally. Topics ranged from plastics, construction, and textiles, to promising circular product-service concepts to policy frameworks and how to measure circularity.

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