Join Mondelēz International, CARE International, Oxfam, and TriplePundit on November 3rd to discuss how women are central to the sustainability of cocoa-growing communities and the supply chain.
People spend a third of their lives in sleep, but there are too many people in our country who can’t sleep at night because they don’t have a place to rest. So what’s the real impact of authentic relationships like the one between the Bowery Mission and Leesa?
In some ways, Thomas Jefferson was far from an ideal leader. He was rarely able to speak in public without developing stage fright, was no stranger to hypocrisy, and didn’t hesitate to say whatever was necessary about his political rivals in order to achieve his personal vision of government. Yet, few folks can doubt the … Continued
Join us for an interactive discussion around how data can be used to address critical challenges for shared values professionals, and learn a new framework for thinking about CSR strategy so you can achieve the greatest impact.
A live Ethical Corporation webinar gives you the chance to hear from and talk to industry-leading figures about how they measure their social impact.
The IoT – or Internet of Things – is more or less the way of the future for personal technology. Be it refrigerators synced to a grocery list app on your phone, cars which can drive themselves, or whatever new integrated product lies around the corner, the IoT can be best described as attaching … Continued
Sustainable Brands conferences convene business and brand leaders to share challenges and successes face-to-face throughout the year and across the globe. A retail-focused track will launch at SB’17 Detroit.
In this Twitter chat we’ll examine how companies should respond to national controversies like police violence and the Black Lives Matter movement to best support employees. We’ll also discuss how companies can work to improve equality by increasing diversity in their ranks directly.
On the heels of World Food Day, this chat will take a closer look at the critical issue of food waste, and the ways the public sector and business leaders can drive innovation and research to create the change we need.
When certain consumer goods spike up and down in price, many consumers make a temporary shift toward other products as a financial hedge. It’s basic economics; if beef gets expensive, shoppers go to pork and poultry. But just as predictable is their return to the previous item when prices even out. And the substitution helps … Continued
When the construction industry decides to build green, it is choosing to reduce the harmful impact it has on the environment. As a result, it can make a substantial contribution to the green revolution because there are many steps the industry can take to become more eco-friendly. To make a positive difference on the environment, … Continued
In a growing business, one of the most exciting signs of expansion is the opportunity to take occupancy of an office space. So many startups get going in basements or garages, or in borrowed spaces, so it’s a major milestone to be able to get a facility of your own. The process of selecting the … Continued