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Erb Institute | Business for Sustainability Experts in the News - Thomas P. Lyon 'A Test for Corporate Sustainability Leadership'

Which companies will advocate for more sensible public policy?
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Private Sector Opportunity to Lead

Many companies have stepped up, joining campaigns such as the We Are Still In movement. With over 2,300 members (more than 900 of them from the business sector) and $6.2 trillion of economic might, We Are Still In is the broadest cross-section of the US economy ever assembled in support of climate action.

Which Companies will Walk the Talk?

Reinventing Mindsets to Guarantee a More Diverse & Inclusive Future

by Lesley Slaton Brown, Chief Diversity Officer at HP
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The technology industry likes to pride itself on being ahead of the times by helping to create the world of tomorrow, but it’s less forward-thinking when it comes to tackling today’s social issues around diversity and inclusion. By failing to bring in diverse perspectives, work experiences, life styles and cultures, our industry is missing out on a wealth of opportunity for advancing innovation.

What Will Replace ‘Checkout Charity’ After Big Retailers are Gone? 26 Experts Weigh In

by Joe Waters, Founder & Blogger, Selfish Giving
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Checkout fundraisers, which typically involve an “ask” at the register for consumers to donate a dollar or two to a cause are the backbone of retail fundraising. But it won’t be for long if big retailers continue to collapse. Fewer big stores with fewer customers means fewer donations for causes. It’s simple math. What’s not simple is figuring out what’s next for retail fundraising - or business giving in general.

Why We Win with Women Leaders

by David MacLennan, Cargill Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
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Staying Competitive Takes Inclusive Trade and Immigration

by David MacLennan, Cargill Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
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Staying competitive in business means economic growth and jobs. In a world where new markets are opening every day and new competitors are changing the game, companies need to be globally connected and deploy new products and breakthrough innovation. In order to do that, we need smart, inclusive policies on trade and immigration.

Protecting Forests: It’s the Right Thing to Do, and We Can Do It

by David MacLennan, Cargill Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
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On a recent trip to Brazil, we flew over the Amazon. Looking out the plane window, I saw an ocean of trees blanketing the ground below. But I also saw large patches of land that had been deforested to make way for farmland. And as much as I like to see farmland, since our business depends on sourcing crops from farmers worldwide, I’d be lying if I said I didn’t feel a real sense of loss at that sight.

Here’s How One Silicon Valley Titan is Combining Entrepreneurship with Social Good

by Danielle Sabrina
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Silicon Valley’s reputation is a mixed bag.

On one hand, it’s regarded as an international magnet for the most brilliant and innovative young folks to come up with game-changing ideas that transform the world of technology and engineering.

On the other, Silicon Valley is often seen as a place where predatory profit-seekers practice capitalism without limits, with little concern for anything but their paychecks — as humorously exemplified by the HBO series of the same name.

Part IV of the Exclusive Interview with Amway’s Jeff Terry with Ideagen’s George Sifakis

by George Sifakis Idea-gen.com Founder, CEO and Author of www.SwakTheBook.com
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Part 4 of a 4-part series on Huffington Post. 

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PART 1

PART 2

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Part 4 of a 4-part series on Huffington Post. 

Also available: 

PART 1

PART 2

PART 3

Part III of the Exclusive Ideagen Interview with Amway’s Jeff Terry with Ideagen’s George Sifakis

by George Sifakis Idea-gen.com Founder, CEO and Author of www.SwakTheBook.com
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Part 3 of a 4-part series on Huffington Post. Read PART 1 here. Read PART 2 here.

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Part 3 of a 4-part series on Huffington Post. Read PART 1 here. Read PART 2 here.

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