Corporate Citizenship

Springtime in North America - a Time Featuring Corporate-investor Engagement and Proxy Voting on Critical Issues

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (4.16.2021)
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Springtime comes to the USA with the pretty flowers in bloom, trees budding, the onset of warmer weather -- and asset owners and their managers participating willingly or reluctantly in the peak months of corporate proxy voting season. Typically, the corporate issuer develops the resolution(s) for voting by the shareholder base – for example, election of nominees for the board and approval of the outside auditing firm. And then… there are the resolutions prepared by the shareholders, usually not to executives liking.

Skills for Cities to Build Midwest Nonprofit Resilience During National Volunteer Week

Common Impact’s Skills-Based Volunteering Event Promotes COVID-19 Relief and Recovery for Nonprofits
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April 14, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Common Impact, a national nonprofit that works to strengthen communities and alleviate inequality through cross-sector skills-based volunteering partnerships, is hosting Skills for Cities on April 21, 2021 in honor of National Volunteer Week.

End-User Survey for CSR Technology Platforms

Do you volunteer or give through your company? We want to hear from you!
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[SURVEY - Win an iPad]

Do you volunteer or give through your company? We want to hear from you! The RWInstitute 2020 Corporate Volunteering, Giving, and Grants Technology Review is now underway, and it won’t be the same without your perspective.

Pro Bono Perspectives S3E7: Judy Samuelson, The Aspen Institute

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Joining the Pro Bono Perspectives podcast this Global Volunteer Month is Judy Samuelson, Vice President at The Aspen Institute and Executive Director of its Business and Society Program. A leading voice on the alignment of business and purpose, Judy has published influential works on companies’ duty to society and how they can create true, sustainable social change.

On Corporate Risk Strategy, Sustainable Actions & Outcomes - What's the Best Ways to Report on ESG to Stakeholders?

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (5.04.2019)
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Buzz… Buzzz… Buzzzzz! The current buzz among key stakeholders – investors, corporate boards & management, NGOs, government regulators, stock exchanges, ESG raters & rankers, ESG corporate disclosure standards and frameworks managers – is centered on “Quo Vadis”…where do we go from here!

Pre-crisis, Critical Event(s) / In Crisis! / Prevention, Mitigation - Where Will the World Act in the Context of Climate Change?

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (03.29.2021)
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At certain times, an unknown unknown may strike, rapidly triggering a serious crisis situation.  Think of a tsunami or earthquake.  Many other times the crisis situation occurs and there is a dozen, maybe dozens of precursor events or activities that over time if neglected set up the going over the cliff situation.  The G&A Institute team collectively has helped to manage literally hundreds of critical events or crisis situations over the years for clients.  We have seen many crisis situations over time -- but none with the scale of the dangers posed to humanity and planet by climate ch

Federal Policymakers & Regulators Embrace or Reject ESG / Sustainability Factors - a Complicated Story of To & Fro

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (3.19.2021)
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Federal policymaking and regulation with respect to investor risk and opportunity is a complicated story played out over almost a century.  The modern era of laws passed/rules adopted to implement got underway in earnest in 1933 and 1934 following the October 1929 “Black Tuesday” stock market crash and subsequent failure of Wall Street firms and banks. The Securities Act of 1933 and The Exchange Act of 1934 are the solid foundations of most of the investor protection laws and rules that have followed.

Corporate Citizenship Welcomes New EMEA Regional Director

Corporate Citizenship, the global consultancy specialising in sustainability and responsible business, appoints Maria-Jose Subiela as Regional Director of EMEA.
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March 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Maria-Jose Subiela moves from Business in the Community (BITC) where, since 2019, she has been leading BITC’s Global Goals Campaign, to accelerate the scale and pace of business action to meet the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

The United States of America Moves Forward with the Biden-Harris “Climate Crisis Agenda” for Federal Government Actions

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (3.12.2021)
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As he assumed the post of the highest elected public officer of the United States, President Joseph Biden characterized his [as the] “Climate Administration” and immediately (the fabled Day One actions) set out a very ambitious “climate crisis” policy agenda for action by the many arms of the Federal government agencies under his control. (Notably, all cabinet offices with their great reach.)

Are We Headed Toward a New Sustainability Standards Board To Harmonize Corporate ESG Disclosure? - Some Important Developments You Should Know About

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (03.04.2021)
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The public discourse about the current (and future) state of corporate sustainability / ESG disclosure and reporting continues to steadily expand, especially in Europe and North America, Asia, and other regions. What new or expanded accounting standards might be developed to create more harmony in corporate disclosures? To establish more comparability, standardization and credibility for public company reporting?

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