Technology | Supply Chain | Energy and Extractives
Companies can create conflict minerals programs with positive social impacts by broadening their geographic focus and responsible procurement efforts and deepening their transparency and partnerships to engage government.
Women’s Empowerment | Supply Chain | Equity, Inclusion, and Justice | Consumer Products
Many apparel brands are starting to source from sub-Saharan Africa. Here's how they can embed responsible business practices and advance women's economic empowerment from the beginning.
As businesses begin to assess extreme-weather risks and opportunities and consider investments in building resilience, they should keep the following in mind.
As we kick off the global celebration of our 25th anniversary, here are the sustainability events that we’ll host, attend, and speak at this month.
Food, Beverage, and Agriculture
Our vision is that emptier refrigerators become a badge of social awareness of reducing food waste—and companies can help reach that vision through collaboration.
The Healthy Business Coalition’s new Stakeholder Engagement Guide is designed to help companies engage key stakeholders on their healthy business goals, progress, and obstacles.
As fossil fuels present an increasing number of economic and business risks, smart companies are investing in renewable energy to power their growth.
The executive order to dismantle the U.S. Clean Power Plan puts significant progress toward a clean economy at risk, but two factors will ensure that this low-carbon transition is inevitable.
Companies seeking to understand and build an ethical culture should consider systems thinking and group dynamics theory.
Technology | Sustainability Management
Here are four trends that ran through this year's South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas.
When it comes to key business drivers, it’s clear that climate ambition is a growing requirement for companies.
Sustainability Management | Financial Services
The private equity sector has a unique and powerful opportunity to evolve to an integrated, strategic approach to sustainability, which will enhance stakeholder relations and reputation; advance positive environmental, social, and governance impacts; and improve business outcomes.
Gender-based violence is a complex issue that businesses often hesitate to tackle. But its pervasiveness—one in three women will experience physical or sexual violence in her lifetime—means that we will not achieve gender equality without addressing it.
BSR helped develop a new tool, inspired by the Women's Empowerment Principles, that helps companies make informed decisions to improve their impact on gender equality.
By integrating sustainability into product and marketing strategy, multi-brand companies can reap societal, environmental, and financial benefits.