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Suncor, a $31 billion integrated energy giant based in Calgary, Alberta, is advising its shareholders to vote “yes” on a proposal that mandates climate risk disclosure.
BlackRock teamed up with Ceres to issue a guide for investors seeking engagement on sustainability and corporate responsibility issues with companies.
Food and commodities giant ADM announced it will develop a no-deforestation policy in a move to source soy and palm oil more responsibly.
A new study makes the case for sustainability to be part and parcel of a company’s enterprise risk management plan.
Brazil’s energy giant Petrobras has become a symbol of Brazil’s recent problems, with dubious acquisitions and poor management.
Kuwait Petroleum International (Q8), a subsidiary of a state-owned Kuwaiti company, has issued its first sustainability report.
Last week Deutsche Börse Group became the 100th organization, and first stock exchange, to participate in the IIRC's integrated reporting pilot program.
Once upon a time before Amazon.com, America shopped at Sears, but Eddie Lampert has turned it into probably the worst company in America.
Last week Raytheon issued its annual corporate social responsiblity (CSR) report, with a focus on the environment, social issues and corporate governance.
For the 14th time, ExxonMobil’s shareholders voted against a proposal to ban LGBT discrimination.
This week HP released its 2012 sustainability report, which covers the company's work on carbon reporting, social enterprise and supply chain transparency.
Let's welcome April with a list of who make up the 25 hottest sustainability professionals.