Asia Pulp & Paper is taking sustainability a step further has gone a step further still with its announcement that it will conserve and restore 1 million hectares of forest across vital landscapes in Indonesia.
Category: Corporate Responsibility
This category is about corporate social responsibility (CSR), a form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model. The goal of CSR is to embrace responsibility for the company’s actions and encourage a positive impact through its activities on the environment, consumers, employees, communities, stakeholders and all other members of the public sphere.
TriplePundit spoke with Sean Dixon of Village Fishmonger, a community supported fishery in New York, about Sustainable Seafood Week NYC.
As its 2013 report shows, the multinational automaker is taking social and environmental sustainability very seriously. Over 300,000 people are involved in Fiat-Chrsyler’s sustainability initiatives worldwide. In 2013, group companies reused 99 percent of the water they required and reduced energy consumption a massive 730 gigawatt-hours, and have cut carbon emissions 15 percent over the past four years. And thinking about mobility, transportation and sustainability is also having an impact on engine and vehicle design.
Andrea Learned, thought leadership and business development consultant, Learned On, talks about her career, inspiration and recent accomplishments in our Women in CSR series.
Join TriplePundit, CSRwire, and McDonald’s Corporation for a Twitter chat on the company’s CSR strategies – Wed. May 7 at 10am PST / 1pm EST.
The Adidas Group has long been recognized for its leadership when it comes to corporate social and environmental responsibility and sustainability. Framing its ongoing initiatives within the context of four pillars — People, Product, Planet and Partnerships — Adidas takes a new approach to sustainability reporting in its “Sustainability Progress Report 2013.”
Predictions of a 40 percent global freshwater shortage by 2030 have inspired action. The Nature Conservancy, General Mills, Veolia Water North America and Ecolab are among the partners behind a new international standard developed by the Alliance for Water Stewardship.
If you experience discord between the importance of sustainability to your business and the seemingly haphazard efforts to implement sustainable initiatives, you are not alone. The Abundance Cycle bridges the gap and makes sustainability strategic. With the Abundance Cycle and a five-step process, companies can innovate to simultaneously create abundance for shareholders, society and the environment.
At the Global Philanthropy Forum last week, MacArthur Foundation and MasterCard Foundation shared insights from the funder collaborative launched in 2012 that seeks to increase secondary education access and improve learning outcomes for marginalized populations.
U.S. PV manufacturers are looking to expand in emerging solar states by participating in community-led “Solarize” campaigns. The U.S.’ largest PV manufacturer for many years, SolarWorld Industries America is supplying high-performance solar PV panels made here in the U.S. to two newly launched community solar programs, one in Charlotte and the other in Salt Lake City.
Last week we had a great live twitter chat featuring HEINEKEN in conjunction with the release of the company’s latest sustainability report. If you missed it, you can enjoy a recap here.
A couple of weeks ago, H&M released its 2013 sustainability report. We took a look inside to find out whether the company is serious about making fashion sustainable.
Sustainability skeptics often claim that companies invest in product sustainability primarily to “look good” in the eyes of consumers. To them, sustainability is just another form of brand marketing. But they are wrong, according to a new report by sustainability consulting firm Pure Strategies. Companies that invest in product sustainability actually see the most benefit from reduced manufacturing costs — ahead of brand enhancement and even risk reduction.
What does sustainable sourcing involve for a global company like General Mills, and how can food companies source their ingredients most sustainably to protect the resources and communities upon which their businesses depend?