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BSR is pleased to join the OECD and Danone in launching the Business Platform for Inclusive Growth (B4IG) and inviting leading companies to join the initiative.
As the UN Climate Conference (COP24) kicks off, we emphasize why we need a just transition to a low-carbon world and how business can play a role in achieving it.
Action to address the social impacts of climate change and other disruptions is essential to reach the SDGs—and that action must be inclusive of those left behind by the many changes remaking the economy.
There is a critical need for business to support society in adapting to climate risk and to do so in a way that addresses inequality and structural inclusion.
Climate change and the economy are inextricably linked. This report highlights how companies across sectors can better understand how they can contribute to more climate-resilient and inclusive economies.
Achieving and sustaining inclusive growth is both a significant challenge and an opportunity, and investors can play a huge role in our collective solution.
To help close the financial inclusion gender gap, the private sector should support greater account ownership and usage among the women who make up the majority of workers in their supply chains.
Here are a few recommendations for companies looking to promote gender equality and sustainability in their operations and supply chains in China.
We caught up with Mamadou Biteye of The Rockefeller Foundation to reflect on the development of the Global Impact Sourcing Coalition and its progress to date.
This new challenge aims to help drive job creation for economically and socially vulnerable people across global supply chains.
Inclusive suppliers can be distinguished by these three traits.
What makes a corporation just? For the last three years, the American public has ranked one issue first: worker treatment, or providing employees with good jobs.