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AIAG Corporate Responsibility Summit Session Highlight

Carbon Reduction Value in Automotive Supply Chain
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Track #2 - Technical: Strategic Approaches and Resources for Integrating Sustainability

In this session, you’ll hear about AIAG Greenhouse Gas (GHG) workgroup activities to help automotive companies with carbon reporting and reduction. Speakers from supplier and government agencies will share their perspectives on the value of practical GHG reductions in logistics.

FLASH REPORT: G&A Institute & Trust Across America Partner to Examine Trustworthiness for S&P 500® Companies Not Reporting on Sustainability

SustainabilityHQ Highlights (03.31.2016)
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Results Show Higher Trust for Firms Reporting on Their Sustainability Journeys New York, NY - March 24, 2016 -- Continuing the in-depth analysis of S&P 500 (r) companies' sustainability reporting activities, Governance & Accountability Institute teamed with the Trust Across America / Trust Around the World program to explore potential relationships of the trustworthiness of companies that do and do not report utilizing the TAA/TAW's proprietary  FACTS® scoring. FACTS® analyzes approximately 2000 US based public companies on five quantitative indicators of corporate trustworthiness.

This Year's Tally of S&P 500 Company Disclosures - 81% Now Publishing Sustainability / Responsibility Reports

SustainabilityHQ Highlights (03.22.2016)
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For institutional investors, the key benchmark for many professionals is the S&P 500®, which is considered to be the best single gauge of large-cap U. S. equities. More than US$7 trillion in Assets Under Management are benchmarked to this index, including indexed AUM of $1.9 trillion. In all, the S&P 500 captures 80% coverage of available market cap. 

Watch Your Language!

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What are the environmental “bad words” to which society has become desensitized? I think “disposable” is one. We need to replace it with “reusable.”  

Advancing CSR Leadership: G&A Institute Teams with Rutgers’ Institute for Ethical Leadership In New 2 Day Certificate Program -Classes Begin in April

SustainabilityHQ Highlights (03.10.2016)
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The esteemed business teacher and author Peter Drucker had specific views on ethical leadership:  He thought the ethics of personal responsibility stemmed from the advice of the ancient healer, Hippocrates:  Primum Non Nocere – First Do No Harm. Today’s healthcare professionals live by the rule.  And explains commentator William Cohen, PhD for us: Drucker thought the mirror test was a good test:  look in the mirror and ask, what kind of person do I want to see this morning?

Meeting the Gold Standard in Corporate Sustainability

Measuring a company’s success in responsible corporate sustainability
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Social and environmental responsibility are more than just words

Are companies in the energy sector socially and environmentally responsible? How do you prove it?

International ‘sustainability’ investment experts — with the evidence to back it up — think they have the answers.

In fact, they believe that long-term survival for organizations has become increasingly dependent on their skillset in navigating sustainability issues and complex societal challenges. And many companies are doing exactly that.

Ray C. Anderson Foundation is New Sponsor for “Talk with Green Guy” Show

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February 29, 2016 /3BL Media/ - The Ray C. Anderson Foundation is the new sponsor of “Talk with Green Guy,” a rapidly growing weekly show hosted by Eric Moncrief on WGST 640 AM, which airs locally Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m. Eastern with podcasts available at www.greenguymedia.com.

“Our Common Future” – the Masterpiece of Gro Harlem Brundtland, Also Known to Many As the Influential “Brundtland Report”

SustainabilityHQ Highlights (02.18.2016)
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Former Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland of Norway (and then special envoy for the United Nations) was invited by the UN to create and manage a “World Commission on Environment and Development (“WCED”), which over time became known as the “Brundtland Commission.”  The commission gave the world a framework for moving forward on what would become known as “sustainable development.”

Vote Today for the 2016 Corporate Citizenship Film Festival. Voting closes 2/15.

Have your say for the best CSR story of the year.
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Each year, the Corporate Citizenship Film Festival provides companies with an opportunity to demonstrate how they have utilized video as a tool to communicate their environmental, social, and governance efforts. Sixty-eight entries were submitted into this year's festival, showcasing how companies are having a positive impact in communities on their corner and around the world. Community involvement, economic development, and environmental stewardship are just some of the topics which were touched on by the 2016 participants.

Sovereign Wealth Giant & Activist Investor Focused on Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility

SustainabilityHQ Highlights (02.10.2016)
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Many nations have created what can be defined as a “Sovereign Wealth Fund,” which hold assets in portfolio that are supposed to benefit the entire population, and usually, future generations of the country’s citizens. The first such fund was launched in 1954 by the oil-producing nation of Kuwait.  Today, the largest such “SWF” is that of Norway – officially, the Norway Government Pension Investment Fund – with “wealth” now approaching US$1 trillion in Assets Under Management.

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