The problem of workplace harassment is not complicated to call out, as this bad behavior has been going on for decades, even centuries. But this elimination of ingrained behaviors is proving to be a complex task.
Author: Leon Kaye
Evidence suggests that when it comes to gun violence, consumers are becoming more comfortable with companies and brands taking a stand on this controversy – regardless of their political affiliation.
Whether or not the SDGs actually take root or not, the fact is that corporate responsibility has come a long way this decade – and the United Nations deserves far more credit that what it has earned over the past half century.
A BNEF and Facebook study finds that the double whammy of lacking reliable internet access and power creates countless challenges for citizens in emerging economies. Partnerships and investments in new energy technologies, however, could open new doors for up to 4 billion people while offering new opportunities for revenue streams worldwide.
Lloyds Banking Group’s corporate social responsibility efforts offer a template for how banks can leverage their core competencies to help build a better society.
Unilever announced it will now disclose the suppliers and mills that process the palm oil used in the company’s wide range of personal care and processed food products.
Humanity United announced that it has raised $23 million to be used to invest in startup technology companies fighting human trafficking, forced labor and other human rights violations occurring in supply chains worldwide.
One company pledging to improve its chocolate supply chain performance is Italy-based Ferrero. The owner of many brands, including Kinder, Nutella and the famous gold foil-wrapped Ferrero Rocher, recently issued its latest sustainability report.
Currently, Heineken says it is procuring 14 percent of its power needs from renewable sources. So how can the company increase that amount five-fold within the next 12 years?
When companies communicate their overall performance to their stakeholders, regulators and the general public, they should look to Novo Nordisk’s report, as it stands out as a template for how to lay out the facts.
According to a report from the Environmental Defense Fund, methane disclosure has improved overall, but across the industry reporting is uneven.
This week, 15 technology and transportation companies announced that they have banded together to develop strategies allowing cities worldwide to still be livable long into this century.
The World Business Council for Sustainable Development announced that 30 companies across 16 industries will participate in the coalition’s Factor10 project.
Coca-Cola is attempting to harness enthusiasm for improving its waste diversion record by announcing a one-for-one recycling plan. According to the company, Coca-Cola aims to recycle one bottle or can for every single one that it sells by 2030.
Nike says its latest power purchase agreement, which will be sourced from a wind farm in Texas, will provide the equivalent of more than 400,000 average-sized American homes with safe and secure clean power while helping the company meet its RE100 goals.