PARIS, May 18, 2022 /3BL Media/ - The Consumer Goods Forum’s (CGF) Sustainable Supply Chain Initiative (SSCI) has received a benchmarking application from SIZA, the first step in earning SSCI recognition as meeting industry expectations for third-party social compliance programmes under the SSCI’s Manufacturing and Processing scope as well as the Primary Production scope.
How does the world really work? How does nature function? How do societies change? How do economies rise and fall? These are questions that have led me to a lifetime of enquiry and a career in sustainability. After more than 30 years of wrestling and wrangling with theories and practices, I still don’t have all the answers, but I do have a map with clues to where the treasure is buried. The treasure is thriving – the ways in which nature can regenerate, societies can flourish, and economies can prosper.
Like many sectors, the energy industry is transforming to meet the needs of our customers, society and our planet. Combating climate change requires we change the way electricity is generated and consumed.
At PSE&G we embrace the obligation to lead this change and fulfill PSEG’s Powering Progress vision — to power a future where people use less energy, and it’s cleaner, safer and delivered more reliably than ever. To make that vision a reality, we at PSE&G are evolving and becoming a Utility of the Future.
The latest Principal® Sustainability Report offers a blueprint for understanding the hurdles we all face, and how to create a plan for our shared future.
The Principal Financial Group® purpose is clear: Foster a world where financial security is accessible for all. But that world remains far from reach if employees aren’t empowered, everyone doesn’t feel included when it comes to finance, and actions aren’t sustainable in the future.
At Principal, our 2021 Sustainability Report details the progress—and the potential future global impact—of our corporate approach to ESG. It’s an opportunity to measure and check in: Are strategies working? Do goals need to change? Are we driving positive, long-term outcomes?
May 12, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Net Impact announces the 2021-2022 Chapter of the Year Winners, an award given to one outstanding Chapter in each of the following chapter categories: Undergraduate, Graduate, International Student, Professional, and International Professional. This year’s distinctions were awarded to the Net Impact Chapters at the University of California, Berkeley (Undergraduate Chapter); University of California, Los Angeles - Anderson School of Management (Graduate Chapter); Delhi University; the Boston Professional Chapter; and the Bangkok Professional Chapter.
In another year of economic uncertainty and recovery, Vancity was able to apply its values-based banking model for the benefit of members, employees, and communities. This is not new for Vancity – it has been doing this for over 75 years. Vancity’s responses to the challenges of climate change, racism and the COVID-19 pandemic are outlined in Change-makers, Vancity’s 2021 annual report, which can be viewed at vancity.com/AnnualReport.
From its first climate change statement to its first greenhouse gas reduction target, GoDaddy is making meaningful progress as a more sustainable business
GoDaddy, the company that empowers everyday entrepreneurs, released its 2021 Sustainability Report covering the company’s environmental, social and governance strategies, activities, progress, metrics and performance.
Juanita Pelaez, the vice president of Kimberly-Clark's global adult and feminine care business and a mother of two young daughters, is passionate about leveraging her voice and the power of Kimberly-Clark and its Kotex® brand to educate people about menstruation and challenge damaging period perceptions that hold women back from achieving their full potential.
GRI podcasts outline how companies can contribute towards a better quality of life for all
May 16, 2022 /3BL Media/ -International experts in sustainable development shed light on strategies for building greener and better cities and communities, as well as changing business models to help raise the standard of living – in the latest podcasts from GRI.