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CSRHubis a leading source of corporate social responsibility ratings and information, creating direct comparisons of CSR and Sustainability performance among competitors and across supply chains, industries, and regions. CSRHub is the first to aggregate environmental, employee, community and governance data -- 20 million elements from 200 sources covering 7,000 companies across 135 industries and 82 countries -- into an open, integrated, accessible database platform.
Through subscriptions at multiple price points, we serve corporations, consultants, academics and NGOs with sustainability metrics and tools. We resell reports, training and consulting. Our sustainability widget feeds data to news sites, blogs, and corporate intranets. We sell data to our partners for integration into their products, using our API platform.
CSRHub rates 12 indicators of employee, environment, community and governance performance and flags many special issues. We offer subscribers immediate access to millions of detailed data points from our 200 data sources. Our data comes from eight socially responsible investing firms, well-known indexes, publications, best of or worst of lists, NGOs, crowd sources and government agencies. By aggregating and normalizing the information from these sources, CSRHub has created a broad, consistent rating system and a searchable database that links each rating point back to its source.
CSRHub COO and Co-founder Cynthia Figge Joins ISSP at Business for Resilient Communities 2012
ISSP, the world’s leading association of sustainability professionals, is hosting a series of workshop webinars throughout February. The four sessions will explore triple-bottom line sustainability and corporate initiatives that have truly made a difference in a community's ability to be resilient. Cynthia Figge will be speaking on our work at CSRHub in CSR and sustainability ratings and information.
The workshop will employ a three prong approach, focusing on local self-reliance, stakeholder engagement and the new economy. Some topics covered will include community planning, local investing, economic leakage and transparency and reporting. Participants will walk away with the tools to make the business case for stakeholder engagement.
Other speakers will include Susanne Croft, Executive Director of Sustainable Resources, Michael Shurman, Director of Research and Public Policy at the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies, Stephanie Nieman, Head of the Standards Development and Verification Team at B Lab/GIIRS and David Korten, Co-founder and Chair of YES! Magazine.