In light of the ongoing uncertainties concerning large-scale in-person events, BSR will not be holding an in-person annual conference in 2021. We remain committed to convening our members and broader network and reimagining how we do that in a world transformed. Check back soon to see updates on how we will gather the BSR community in Q4 to accelerate our collective progress and advance our mission to build a just and sustainable world.
We connected with Lauren Abbott, Global Vice President, Investor Relations at Anheuser-Busch InBev, to hear her thoughts on what business should do to meet the current moment of ESG investor interest and ultimately build a more equitable, sustainable future.
In a year with so many reasons to be concerned about the state of the world and the future, last week’s BSR Conference leaves us with reasons to be optimistic.
The BSR20 Conference aimed to help the sustainable business community see our changing world more clearly. Here are four takeaways from the event.
As 2020 nears its end and we look to move beyond the current moment, we have the opportunity to build a more just, more resilient, and more sustainable future. Join us at BSR Conference 2020
BSR connected with Phil Thomson, President, Global Affairs at GSK, ahead of BSR Conference 2020 to hear his thoughts on what business, in particular the healthcare industry, should do not only to meet the current moment, but also to build a more equitable and sustainable future.
BSR connects with Maria Mendiluce, CEO of the We Mean Business coalition, ahead of BSR Conference 2020 to learn more about what she thinks is needed from business to meet the current moment and build a more equitable and sustainable future.
BSR is pleased to welcome Sharan Burrow, an outspoken champion for workers and climate, as a plenary speaker at our 2020 Conference. In this article, we discuss her point of view on what a 21st-century social contract should look like.
In a world where both a return to normalcy and our ability to weather future crises depends in large part on innovation in the healthcare sector, healthcare companies, particularly those in the pharmaceutical industry, have a crucial role to play in ensuring respect for human rights throughout their own operations, supply chains, and business relationships.