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This case study, published by BSR’s Center for Technology and Sustainability, examines the environmental benefits and impacts of health IT, focusing on Kaiser Permanente's electronic health records system.
BSR’s executive workshops help companies share best practices, work together to solve problems, and build camaraderie across global sustainability teams.
BSR developed a tool to help leading companies shift from ad hoc philanthropic donations to strategic investments that make sense for both the business and the community.
BSR helped the telecommunications company Telenor understand the sustainability risks and opportunities before entering a new market in Myanmar.
The Future of Internet Power was founded in 2012 with a vision to power the internet by 100 percent renewable energy.
Between 2012 and 2014, BSR piloted the HERfinance program with 10,000 garment factory workers in India.
BSR helped Freeport-McMoRan develop a new approach to engaging local communities, shifting from an emphasis on philanthropy to a participatory approach to investments that satisfies both the company’s and the community's needs.
Through performance assessments, identification of high-risk suppliers, and collaborative initiatives, Bayer uses its influence over global suppliers to ensure accordance with the company’s ethical, environmental, and social standards.
Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) is the leading global brewer and a top-five consumer-goods (FMCG) company with operations in 25 countries and procurement departments in 22 countries.
Each year, Cathay Pacific Airways uses millions of plastic items for its in-flight services, ranging from meal trays to cutlery to amenity kits. While the company has made tremendous efforts to reduce, reuse, and recycle, it still has to rely on single-use disposable plastic for some items due to concerns about hygiene, and regulatory and operational constraints. Could choosing a different type of plastic help Cathay Pacific to meet their environmental goals?