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Social Impact Leadership Conference 2020: Key Takeaways from the Virtual Summit


The Social Impact Leadership Conference (SILC) may have looked a little different this year, but it was no less inspiring. Hundreds of CSR leaders joined together virtually over three days to share best practices, discuss strategies, and inspire one another to continue making incredible happen.

Unlocking the Value in Waste


CNH Industrial is committed to enhancing the sustainability of all areas of its business, and minimizing waste generation is key. Where this is not possible, the Company seeks ways to give waste a new life by transforming it into something of value, as the following composting projects demonstrate.

The CITGO Simón Bolívar Foundation Launches Food Drive Grants For Communities in Need Including US-based Venezuelan Diaspora

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HOUSTON, June 22, 2020 /3BL Media/ — In an effort to assist vulnerable communities cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Simón Bolívar Foundation, the non-profit, private foundation of CITGO Petroleum Corporation, is launching today a food drive program called “Hoy Invita Simón," an initiative that will provide grants of up to $50,000 on a rolling basis to qualified nonprofits to develop food assistance projects.

Ralph Lauren Shares Progress on Global Citizenship & Sustainability With Fiscal Year 2020 Design the Change Report

Company announces science-based greenhouse gas reduction target and water stewardship collaboration with World Wildlife Fund

Ralph Lauren Corporation (NYSE:RL) has published its fiscal year 2020 (FY20) annual Global Citizenship & Sustainability Report, providing a comprehensive update on its Design the Change strategy. Launched in 2019, Design the Change is a commitment and a journey to accelerate Ralph Lauren’s work to create a positive impact on society and a more sustainable future.

Pandemic Relief Efforts in Sao Paulo Supported by FedEx

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Canteen truck donated by FedEx in 2013 to The Salvation Army in Sao Paulo, Brazil continues to be put to good use. Most recently, it has been used to provide 6,000 meals and hygiene items to people impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

Why We Need Green Space Now More Than Ever


Over the past few months, we have learned to change our routines and adapt to new norms as we come to terms with a new reality. This extended time inside our homes has brought about some positive side effects, including recognizing many things we've taken for granted, like spending time outdoors.

The History of Juneteenth

By Chuck Spinner, Vice President of Research & Development Engineering

Juneteenth – also known as Freedom Day, Emancipation Day or Juneteenth Independence Day – is an American holiday that marks the effective end of slavery in the United States.

Pride Month Celebration at Alkermes

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Last week, our Pride@Work group held a virtual pride month celebration. It was great to see employees in pride-themed attire coming together to listen as some of their colleagues shared stories of belonging and inclusion in the workplace.

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Releases Living Progress Report

Annual ESG disclosure shows company’s investment in people, the environment, and doing business the right way

On June 15, 2020, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) released its annual Living Progress Report for fiscal year 2019, demonstrating its ongoing commitment to being a force for good by equipping customers with sustainable technology solutions, upholding HPE’s own high Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) standards across its value chain, and prioritizing company culture to fuel business outcomes.

"No Single Entity Can Solve This Challenge Alone": An Honest Conversation About Racial Inequity

Johnson & Johnson's Chief Communication Officer Michael Sneed sits down to have a frank discussion about what we need to do to help build a more equitable healthcare system—and society.

It's time to have hard and heartfelt conversations about the state of racism and inequity. At home. With friends and loved ones. With other members of your community. In the workplace.

At Johnson & Johnson, these conversations have been taking place across the company in response to recent events. And they will continue to be held with employees at all levels, and across all parts of the company.


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