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September 24, 2009
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September 22, 2009
The "base of the pyramid"—the nearly 4 billion people in the world who survive on less than US$3,000 annually—represent both a sustainability challenge and an opportunity for companies that address their needs. The ICT sector is uniquely positioned to help solve these challenges, while taking advantage of new market opportunities.
September 15, 2009
The 2008 global financial crisis renewed attention on the value of integrating companies' social and environmental performance into mainstream investment analyses. This article examines several important developments related to ESG integration that all public companies should consider when thinking about how to manage ESG issues and communicate to investors.
September 8, 2009
The drop in public trust means business faces a tough climate with cynical consumers, unhappy employees, and critical legislators. While the public is slowly beginning to trust business again, there's room for improvement. Here, BSR's President and CEO Aron Cramer outlines six ways to turn things around.
September 1, 2009
The information and communications technology (ICT) industry has a significant role to play in addressing our two current challenges: recovering from the economic crisis, and re-orientating growth to deliver environmental sustainability and tackle social problems. But to achieve its maximum potential, the industry needs to think big and increase the depth and scope of its engagement with large enterprises and government customers.
August 25, 2009
Engaging employees in your company's corporate responsibility initiatives can improve recruitment and retention, increase their passion for their work (not to mention their productivity), and help your business meet its corporate responsibility goals. In this case study, we reveal what Intel did to increase employee engagement and boost its sustainability impact.
August 17, 2009
This week, the CEO Water Mandate convenes its fourth working conference in Stockholm as part of World Water Week. Here, the UN Global Compact's Gavin Power provides a guest perspective on why the mandate is focusing on transparency and public-private partnerships.