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Eva Schouten

Analyst

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Five reasons why 2018 will be a great year for sustainability


Author: Eva Schouten
Post type: Blog


1. Business-case thinking becomes the new normal for sustainability  Through 2017 we saw a growing demand from clients to further integrate sustainability into core business functions, regarding investments in sustainable production and supply chains as de-risking and value-adding. This takes sustainability further out […]

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Shifting sustainability focus from output to outcomes: Three examples from practice


Author: Eva Schouten
Post type: News Update


A​t​ NewForesight​,​ we have been working strategically with sustainability frontrunners in many different sectors for almost a decade. We see sustainability thinking moving to new stages, we increasingly support our clients​ with the shift from ​output-focused approaches​​​​ to outcome-focused approaches (one of the three […]

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NewForesight invited at FMO for keynote talk on using finance for sustainability


Author: Eva Schouten
Post type: News Update


Image: The FMO building (by FMO) Finance plays a huge role in the growth and development of smallholder agricultural sectors, and it is estimated that smallholder farmers around the globe represent a demand of $450 billion in agricultural finance. Regrettably, only a small […]

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Guus ter Haar

Consultant

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New additions to the NewForesight team


Author: Guus ter Haar
Post type: News Update


At NewForesight, creating lasting impact is an important company value, but it is the people behind the company that drive the change. We are therefore happy to have added a talented combination of people to the team in the past months. Each of […]

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Author: We moved to a new office: visit us at the Arthur van Schendelstraat
Post type: News Update


We moved to a new and bigger office in an area full of other like-minded organizations working for positive impact! Since the 1st of July our address is: Arthur van Schendelstraat 750-760 3511 Utrecht To ​celebrate our company’s growth and our move to […]

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Author: NRC Live: Towards a ‘Made in Holland’ to be proud of
Post type: News Update


Dutch agriculture is dominated by low quality production and still​ ​one third of food in supply chains is​ wasted. On June 1st, Lucas opened the NRC live Agrifood & Tech conference with a keynote presentation on tackling these challenges and transforming the Dutch […]

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About last month: Meeting 24 Young Agents of Change at NewForesight


Author: Eva Schouten
Post type: Career update


One of our values as a company is: We own it and grow it. Investing in professional and personal growth, as individuals and as a team, is central to our work every single day. Combining this with our drive to have positive impact, […]

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Meet our Young Agent of Change: Andrea Viviers


Author: Eva Schouten
Post type: Career update


 Why did you choose to join NewForesight? I wanted to be part of an organization that promotes and drives change. I have always been opposed to people saying: we do it like this, because it has always been like this. The Junior Analyst […]

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Author: Spring Newsletter: Collaboration is the new competition; but how do you make it work? – A word from our CEO
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We are excited to share with you our quarterly newsletter, which revolves around collaboration and creating shared outcomes. For most of us it comes as no surprise that the best (and most likely, only) way to solve complex problems is collaboration. For too […]

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