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.
Students, faculty and staff at Skidmore College in upstate New York are now being served a variety of fresh seafood certified to have been sustainably caught, processed and distributed.
The Holy Land Principles call for ethical standards for American businesses investing in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza. Their principles are impressive, and the need is there. But are they far-reaching enough?
Creating a giving company culture is a powerful way to boost employee satisfaction, customer retention and even financial performance 365 days a year. Here are five powerful ways to give back to your team without spending a dime.
SPECIAL SERIES: Sustainably Attired
The average American washes their jeans after wearing them just twice. If we extended that to 10, we could water the city of San Jose for a whole year.
Corporations’ activities related to climate change and political lobbying are among those of greatest concern to shareholders, proxy proposals reveal.
SAP’s latest integrated report tracks its longstanding initiatives on sustainability, social programs and financial performance.
One in 9 people across the globe lack access to safe water. For others, clean water comes plentifully from the tap. Can digital channels address the disconnect?
This Sunday, March 22, is World Water Day — a day to celebrate water and make a difference for those who lack access to it. To mark the occasion, this week we’re rounding up 10 companies that are proven leaders in water stewardship.
There’s one important issue that journalism has consistently failed to cover properly: climate change. But a new campaign from the United Kingdom’s Guardian is looking to change that, aiming to not only educate the public on climate change, but also inspire individuals, governments and companies to take action on the issue.
We’ve come a long way, baby — but apparently not far enough when it comes to diversity in corporate America. The stats for women of color are troubling when it comes to holding positions of influence in the country’s largest and most powerful companies.