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Top US Corporate Citizenship Issues

In its latest quarterly magazine the Boston College Centre for Corporate Citizenship (BCCC) has reiterated how community involvement activities can contribute to achieve corporate goals – particularly, when they are aligned with the company’s business context and the interests of its stakeholders. 290 more words

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Campbell's - A CSR Leader

When I say Campbell’s, the first thing that comes to mind is tomato soup—especially since it’s one of the top 10 foods sold off shelves in U.S. 610 more words


When Big Food buys your favorite organic yogurt brand, who wins?

Whole Foods is straight-up delicious, no question. But I rarely shop there, partly because it’s expensive (a 4.2 oz. jar of raw Manuka honey from New Zealand costs $31.99), and partly because it makes me feel guilty. 723 more words

What's The United Nations Global Compact?

The United Nations Global Compact is the largest corporate sustainability initiative to create a global economy that delivers lasting benefits to communities and markets.

The UN Global Compact encourages companies to: 208 more words


Social responsibility policies in the USA

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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives and communicating activities within the areas of philanthropy, stewardship, volunteerism and environmental affairs are not treated as a regulatory compliance issue in the United States of America (USA).

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Ready for ISO 14001:2015?

ISO 14001 is the most widely accepted environmental management system in the world. The highly anticipated revision to ISO 14001, published in September, is the first update in a decade. 371 more words


Corporate Sustainability and Social Responsibility (CSR) Programs Have Taken It On the Jaw

Long-time reader Bill O’Hearn sent me two wonderful articles he wrote on corporate sustainability that I offer here and here.  He makes some really good and unassailable points, namely, that the recent criminality in the private sector, especially the cases of Volkswagen and ExxonMobil, has put an enormous spear through the public trust in the subject of corporate sustainability efforts generally. 208 more words