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CSRHub's Bahar Gidwani to Speak at NAEM's 2016 Sustainability Management Conference

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CSRHub Co-Founder and CEO, Bahar Gidwani, will be speaking at NAEM’s 2016 Sustainability Management Conference, in Milwaukee WI, on August 2-3. Bahar will discuss The Next Generation of Sustainability Tools and Data Analysis. At NAEM’s annual conference, attendees will learn how to further integrate sustainability into their business operations from fellow corporate EHS and sustainability leaders.

Site Selection Magazine Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Analysis

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By: Bahar Gidwani

Do some states attract more progressive companies while others receive investment from companies who are thought to be less socially progressive?  If so, why might this occur?

Implementing SASB - A Role for Regulators and Industry Associations

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By Bahar Gidwani

This is part 3 of a 3-part series on Implementing SASB.
 

In my last two posts, I showed that two dissimilar industries may have a similar lack of preparedness to disclose material sustainability-related information to investors.  In order to conform to the guidance set out in SASB’s standards, the Metals & Mining (M&M) and Apparel, Accessories, & Footwear (AA&F) will need to collect large quantities of new data or reshape existing data streams.

Implementing SASB – Aspirational Goals

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By Bahar Gidwani

This is part 2 of a 3-part series on Implementing SASB.

In my last post, I started contrasting and comparing the readiness to follow SASB guidance for two industries: Metals & Mining (M&M) and Apparel, Accessories, & Footwear (AA&F).  Based on the higher rate of reporting in AA&F, we would consider that industry more highly “evolved” as far as sustainability reporting, than M&M.

Implementing SASB - Two Industry Examples

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By Bahar Gidwani

This is part 1 of a 3-part series on Implementing SASB.

The Relationship Between Corporate Sustainability and Human Development

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By: Bahar Gidwani

A number of years ago, CSRHub showed that its measures of corporate sustainability correlate with the level of development of countries. For that study, we used the United Nations Human Development Index (HDI). We found a correlation of 28% for 27 developed countries, but poor correlation with human conditions in less developed countries.

What’s Next for ESG Metrics?

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By Bahar Gidwani

Several groups have written predictions about the future course of the Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) measurement space.  We’ve seen stories about the importance of millennials (as both customers and employees), a sense that carbon tracking is finally an accepted part of corporate life, and that companies must watch out for a range of new legal and regulatory issues.

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