Corporate Social Responsibility

A Core TriplePundit Topic

CSR is defined as a business outlook that acknowledges responsibilities to stakeholders beyond shareholders, including suppliers, customers, and employees as well as local and international communities in which it operates and the natural environment. The CSR movement represents a growing awareness that the actions organizations take have unintended consequences outside the business, and the business has a responsibility to address them.


CSR – Advancing with Interactive Technology?

As more companies show interest in creating corporate social responsibility (CSR) reports that actually demonstrate transparency and accountability, there is a surge in…

Report from GRI Amsterdam: The Future of Transparent Sustainability Reporting

The three-day Global Reporting Initiative’s Conference on Sustainability and Transparency ended in Amsterdam yesterday, with 1100 professionals from 77 countries buzzing over  the…

Seventh Generation’s Jeffrey Hollender on Holistic CSR

Corporate Social Responsibly is more than just about selling sustainable products, issuing annual reports, and reducing carbon and water footprints: it's also about…

Fair Trade Gold Standard Could Revolutionize Mining and Jewelry

By Jesse Finfrock In March, the Alliance for Responsible Mining (ARM) and Fairtrade Labelling Organisations International (FLO) launched the first Fair Trade certification…

Can We Trust CSR Checklists? Where is the Transparency?

Lists that tout companies that engage in corporate social responsibility are “advantageous” says Dal LaMagna, who founded Tweezerman, a Long Island, N.Y.-based beauty…