Tag archives for corporate social responsibility
When SAP issued a list of what the software company views as the top supply chain sustainability thinkers, I was humbled and definitely felt an “up.”
Now I am entrenched within the sustainability and CSR mafia, I have received more and more emails from folks who want to know, “How can I do that?”
Got plastic gift cards? According to the U.S. EPA, 32 million tons of plastic waste was generated in 2011 in the United States, which is more than 12 percent of the country's solid waste stream.
I was recently interviewed by Courtney Buchanan of The Company Ethicist on the corporate social responsibility (CSR) jobs landscape.
Microsoft's investment in carbon offsets, which launched last year, is starting to show results.
Kuwait Petroleum International (Q8), a subsidiary of a state-owned Kuwaiti company, has issued its first sustainability report.
Can IKEA and Kingfisher help save the world with their pledges to become “net positive?” The agenda seems noble, but I am dubious.
In a recent article for Sustainable Brands, I review Burt’s Bees’ latest sustainability report, a task as the "natural" label was repeated incessantly!
How can a company interested in doing more for the community, but does not have a dedicated CSR officer or manager, move forward?
SAP's work around the world is an example of making the business case for strategic philanthropy as part of a firm's program of CSR in emerging markets.
Last week UPS released its annual CSR and sustainability report, which revealed the company reduced aviation emissions while increasing shipping volume.
PepsiCo announced late last week it will remove the “all natural” label from its Naked Juice product line for the foreseeable future.