Vancouver Landmarks to “Light up Blue” to Show Support of Our Oceans

VANCOUVER, B.C., /CSRwire/ – On March 14th, notable Vancouver buildings and landmarks will glow blue in support of protecting our oceans, which is being showcased at GLOBE Forum 2018 (March 14-16) – North America’s largest and longest-running Leadership Summit on Sustainable Business. B.C. Place, the Sails of Light at Canada Place, the Vancouver Lookout and Harbour Centre, Science World at … Continued

Chevron Selling Major Oil Assets in Canada While Trying to Escape $9.5B Pollution Debt Owed to Rainforest Villagers

TORONTO, Mar. 13 /CSRwire/ – Ecuador rainforest communities trying to seize Chevron assets in Canada to enforce their $9.5 billion pollution judgment say they are “extremely concerned” that the oil giant is undermining the rule of law by selling off critical assets prior to a major court hearing in Ontario where the company faces the possible … Continued

Rainforest Groups Blast U.S. Judge Kaplan for Ruling Designed to Help Chevron Evade $9.5b Pollution Liability

NEW YORK, Mar. 09 /CSRwire/ – A little-noticed ruling in late February by controversial U.S. federal judge Lewis A. Kaplan in Chevron’s $9.5 billion Ecuador pollution case already is damaging the judge’s personal credibility and backfiring against the oil giant in Canada where rainforest villagers are attempting to seize company assets to pay for a court-ordered environmental … Continued

Gender Equality Leadership in the Canadian Private Sector

TORONTO, Mar. 08 /CSRwire/ – The Global Compact Network Canada (GCNC) is proud to announce that the Government of Canada is investing in funding the GCNC for a three-year project for engaging the private sector as a responsible accelerator to eliminate barriers faced by women in the workplace. Canada has made tremendous progress recently towards … Continued