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December 17, 2019

Our Top Sustainability Insights of 2019

Our Top Sustainability Insights of 2019

As 2019 comes to an end, we are taking a moment to look back at the news and initiatives that shaped the year. Our six most popular blog posts and reports exemplify the diversity of topics BSR works on, from gender equality to stakeholder engagement.


#Climate Change #Human Rights #Inclusive Economy #Sustainability Management #Womens Empowerment

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Dec

12

December 12, 2019

A Human Rights Review of the Facebook Oversight Board

A Human Rights Review of the Facebook Oversight Board

Today, BSR is releasing a human rights review to inform the governance and operations of the Facebook Oversight Board so that it is consistent with human rights-based approaches, principles, standards, and methodologies.


#Human Rights #Information and Communications Technology

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Dec

11

December 11, 2019

The New Climate for Ever-Evolving Technology: Q&A with Patrick Browne, Director, Sustainability, UPS

The New Climate for Ever-Evolving Technology: Q&A with Patrick Browne, Director, Sustainability, UPS

BSR interviews UPS Director of Sustainability Patrick Browne on the types of new technologies UPS has deployed, the impact they have had so far, and plans to further integrate tech into their sustainability strategy for 2020 and beyond.


#Climate Change #Information and Communications Technology #Strategy and Integration #Sustainability Management

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Dec

10

December 10, 2019

Human Rights Day 2019: BSR Reflections on the UN Forum on Business and Human Rights

Human Rights Day 2019: BSR Reflections on the UN Forum on Business and Human Rights

As we look ahead to 2020, what are the pivotal human rights issues that businesses should be paying attention to? Here’s what BSR heard at the UN Forum on Business and Human Rights.


#Human Rights

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Dec

9

December 9, 2019

If Corruption Is a Cancer, How Do We Cure It? Lessons for International Anti-Corruption Day

If Corruption Is a Cancer, How Do We Cure It? Lessons for International Anti-Corruption Day

The link between the quality of government institutions that implement policies controlling corruption and economic development is clear. However, in many parts of the world, corruption is still one of the biggest obstacles to social and economic development. In the long-term perspective, being a clean company makes it easier to do business.


#Collaboration #Human Rights #Sustainability Management

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