The Imperative of Inclusion
in The Green Economy Workforce
At NINEby9, we know that continued progress towards gender equity is necessary to achieve a greener global economy. Action is particularly urgent in Asia given its outsized contribution to the worlds growth and lag in tackling the challenges of decarbonisation.
The Imperative of Inclusion in the Green Economy Workforce distills 9 truths about the future of work, diversity and the green transition that every business leader and manager must come to terms with, and provides guidelines to support a regenerative and sustainable future that promises better climate and business outcomes.
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What will it take to achieve
in my world?
NINEby9 is a multi-year initiative, launched in Singapore in 2021, focused on driving gender equality within organisations across Asia by 2030.
NINEby9 is a call to action to business and society to make the needed changes to positively impact the future for our daughters and sons, focusing on emerging future leaders with expectations of gender equality.
NINEby9 delivers an annual research study that identifies the nine key changes required over the next nine years to accelerate progress on gender equality and enable sustainable change.
NINEby9 creates a high-profile platform through a series of events and media campaigns to challenge stakeholders to put gender equality at the heart of stimulus strategies, policies and practices.
Despite all the talk, CHANGE is slow. And getting slower.
Female job losses are 1.8 times higher than male job losses during the pandemic
A McKinsey study* in 2018 stated that the SEA economies could increase their GDP by $370 billion by 2025 if the existing inequality was eliminated
Women in Asia Pacific say their gender has been a significant barrier to opportunity
Organizations say that gender equality is not a top 10 priority for them
*SOURCE: MCKINSEY GENDER PARITY REPORT, SOUTHEAST ASIA 2018 & POWER OF PARITY REPORT 2020, 2020 LINKEDIN OPPORTUNITY INDEX, IBM WOMEN & LEADERSHIP REPORT
Our independent and proprietary research examines gender parity factors for working women in Asia.
Help individuals and organisations define what gender parity means for them.
Track progress over the next 9 years to identify trends, gaps, recommended changes to achieve gender parity.
Provide an actionable framework to enable sustainable impact across the ever-changing Asian landscape.
We are partnering with Kadence International, an award-winning market research company with headquarters in Singapore and local offices in key Asian markets, Dynata and Yale-NUS College to undertake this research.