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We believe in working with business to truly create a more just and sustainable world. We can’t do that if we only work with the small percentage of companies who are already 100 percent committed.
Why is it that more than 250 of the world’s largest and most influential companies have chosen to work with us to build a better world? These are the top 10 reasons that we hear from members the most.
To wrap up our series of conversations with leaders from BSR member companies, our Vice President and head of global membership discussed her insights on the themes in how companies are focusing on sustainability today and the biggest changes she's seen over the past decade.
We spoke with French insurance company AXA's chief corporate responsibility officer about how the company is applying its risk-analysis and trends-forecasting expertise to empower people to live better lives.
Telenor's Mai Oldgard spoke to us about the telecommunications company's approach to sustainability and how this has been applied in Myanmar and Pakistan, specifically.
Hitachi, Ltd.'s sustainability lead spoke to BSR about human rights, integrating environmental and social issues into the core business, and why engaging with management is key to success.
We spoke with the executive vice president for sustainability at Stora Enso about the importance of "learning by doing" and the company's focus on ambitious, long-term goals.
SABIC's corporate sustainability director spoke to us about the company's investment in sustainable product development and other sustainability priorities for the year.
We sat down with AT&T's AVP of sustainability operations to discuss the company's new long-term goals for 2025 and how achieving these goals requires a focus on external collaboration.
We spoke with Engie's head of societal responsibility about how stakeholder engagement helps the company achieve its goals and raise visibility of the importance of its work.
Salesforce's sustainability director spoke to BSR about why innovation and collaboration are important to sustainability and the company's renewable-energy goals.
In the third in a blog series highlighting BSR members and their sustainability stories, we spoke with Neil Hawkins of Dow Chemical Company about the company’s 2025 sustainability goals, the importance of executive sponsorship, and the need to collaborate across corporate value chains.