October 27, 2021 /3BL Media/ - GRI, the international leader in sustainability standards setting, has announced the appointment of Eelco van der Enden as CEO.
Starting 1 January 2022, Eelco will join GRI from multinational professional services network PwC, where he is Global ESG Platform Leader for Tax, Legal, People & Organisation Services. With a track record in advising on environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategies, he brings to GRI more than 20 years of experience in financial and sustainability senior management roles.
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Over the past year, several crises have been at the forefront of stakeholders’ minds: the coronavirus pandemic, racial injustice and rapid climate change, to name a few. Now, they want to hear how businesses are doing their part to build a better future.
Did your company release an annual sustainability report? Did your CEO make a statement about racial justice? Have your employees written blog posts about company volunteer events? This content and more is part of your ESG story - and audiences are eager to hear it.
Even if you don’t ever watch a game, football culture is part of everyday life in the U.S. Since 1920, the NFL has been delighting fans and breaking hearts all over the world. You’ll find football metaphors in pop culture, political speeches, at work, and at home because the structure can apply to nearly every kind of situation.
The newly released data and portfolio reports streamline reporting burdens and enable market participants to meet disclosure requirements on Principal Adverse Impact Indicators (PAIs)
LONDON, October 26, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Impact Cubed has announced today the launch of its EU Regulatory solution to support the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) requirements. These new rules, intended to counteract greenwashing, require financial market participants to consider sustainability risks and adverse impact factors in the investment process and report on performance.
Financial fundraising for traditional investment funds is trying under the best of circumstances. The degree of difficulty for social and environmental impact funds seeking investment during uncertain times can be far higher. Nonetheless, there are innovative, albeit less traveled, paths to investment that may be well suited for impact funds.
Extraordinary times call for extraordinary actions.
Medtronic was founded with a Mission designed to serve patients, healthcare partners, our employees, and our communities. Today we're delivering innovative healthcare technology, products, and services that improve the lives of two people every second. But we must do more.
Our focus on better outcomes for the world remains constant in the face of evolving global challenges. With 90,000-plus people across 150 countries, we see extraordinary possibilities to further increase our positive impact on some of society’s biggest challenges.
Today, in our current political and social environment, the demand to invest in undercapitalized Black and Brown communities resonates with particular urgency – and for good reasons. In the U.S. alone, white families have accumulated seven times more wealth than Black families and five times more than Latinx families, and during the pandemic twice as many Black-owned as white-owned businesses have been forced to close.
Collaboration – Cooperation – Collective Action: buzz words that really matter today as the nations of the world come together to address a wide range of climate change challenges. Public sector leaders, asset managers, corporate boards and managements, NGOs, activists, scientists, and civic leaders in many nations (developed and developing) will participate and/or tune in to the Glasgow proceedings, which have the potential to dramatically impact strategies, plans and programs of many organizations.