Source Intelligence to answer your companies questions in preparation for the end of the conflict minerals reporting period on December 31, 2013
With the conclusion of Source Intelligence’s Virtual Conflict Minerals Symposium series, many questions have been issued regarding corporate sustainability, regulatory compliance and social responsibly initiatives.
In a recent article on CSRwire, compliance advisor, Brad Brooks-Rubin discusses the evolution in supply chain regulations that is more focused on due diligence, rather than particular results. He explains that the due diligence process does not look to penalize companies for a bad outcome, but instead punishes them for not trying to avoid that outcome. This process is best illustrated
Prepare your CMR and streamline your compliance program
By the end of 2013, the first Conflict Minerals reporting period will be coming to an end. If you are in the electronics, automotive or a number of other manufacturing-related industries, chances are you will need to report on conflict minerals in your supply chain. These conflict minerals are often referred to as 3TG and consist of tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold. The reason for the reporting requirements, outlined in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, is an attempt to e
International Society of Sustainability Professionals Will Host November 13 Webinar Based On Worldwatch Institute’s Flagship Annual State of the World Report
PORTLAND, OR, November 5, 2013 /3BL Media/ – The word “sustainable” is increasingly difficult to distinguish between “sustainababble,” with increasing false claims confusing our understanding of what sustainability truly entails.
Increasing droughts and water shortages are causing companies to pay more attention to their water use. Leaders like AT&T understand that proactively engaging in water conservation—including working with suppliers—can help mitigate its risks to water stress.
October 9th Webinar Explores the Struggle and Benefit of Risk Taking
October 3, 2013 /3BL Media/ - All too often risk-averse companies and causes fall back on old reliable cause marketing formats yielding campaigns with humdrum results. Learn why cause marketers must take more (educated) risks to achieve greater consumer engagement, scale and social impact from Phillip Haid of Public, Inc. one of the masterminds behind 2012’s edgy - and successful - “Let’s Call BS” campaign.
Early Bird Discount Available Until August 28 for 5-Week ISSP Workshop Taught by Australian-Based Expert Cameron Little
PORTLAND, OR, August 22, 2013 /3BL Media/ – There is an increasing expectation for event producers to deliver sustainability across their productions, with pressure coming from the recent release of standards like the International Standard ISO 20121 and the GRI Event Organizers Sector Supplement. Growing interest in sustainable performance outcomes by government, business and stakeholders and the need for measurable reporting aligned to internal policies is also driving expectations to make events as sustainable as possible.
Are rising medical costs, persistent health risks and floundering support programs hampering your growth plans? Experts from the renowned consulting firm, Willis, will show employers how to get better results in this one-hour webinar.
On September 4 at 1:00 PM EST, Willis' National Practice Leader Jimmy P. Phillips and Medical Information Manager Carol McMullen will lead you step-by-step through tactics and real-world scenarios that show how data analytics can drive better outcomes in healthcare benefit programs.
How valuable would it be to learn the latest, most effective techniques for creating and publicizing corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs and creating a gold-plated reputation for your company?
August 6, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Savvy communicators and marketers know that corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs help increase engagement and communicate your brand story—all while doing good in the community and the larger world.