MetLife, Inc., has released its 2019 Sustainability Report, outlining accomplishments, milestones and priorities aligned with its purpose: “Always with you, building a more confident future.” In conjunction with the report, MetLife also launched a new sustainability website and
At Schneider Electric, we believe that access to energy and digital are basic human rights. To date, 840 million people in the world still lack access to electricity1. This figure is down from 1.2 billion in 2010, indicative of significant progress made in the last decade. We must do even more.
ArcelorMittal is pleased to announce the publication of our annual United States Integrated Report. This marks ArcelorMittal’s eleventh year of reporting on our corporate responsibility and sustainability initiatives in the United States.
Sustainable Impact is HP’s commitment to create positive, lasting change for the planet, its people, and our communities. HP meets this commitment through the actions of its employees, the technologies it designs, and the partnerships it forms to expand the reach of HP solutions to address global challenges.
CSRHub, a leading provider of ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) consensus ratings, is pleased to announce it has partnered with Intrinio, a financial data marketplace that provides fintech data and applications for developers and investors. ESG data is becoming an important component of investment decision processes. Intrinio has partnered with CSRHub to help combine signals about corporate ESG / sustainability performance with the many other data sets it has curated for its system.
Resources in support of the Culture of Health for Business Framework
GRI has launched a range of new resources to help companies integrate the Culture of Health for Business (COH4B) framework within their sustainability reporting.
COH4B is a holistic framework, endorsed by GRI, on the role of companies in impacting the health and wellbeing of their employees and stakeholders. It was developed in 2019 by a group of leading companies, non-profits and academia in the United States, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
GRI webinars on role of sustainability reporting in the pandemic response
What is COVID-19 teaching us about the need for organizations to show greater accountability and transparency? What is the role for companies in the global response to the economic and societal challenges of the crisis – and how can sustainability reporting help?
by Kari Niedfeldt-Thomas, Managing Director, CECP; Martina Lee, Communications & Marketing Fellow, CECP
As companies face the wider economic impacts of Covid-19, CECP is tracking the ongoing decision making and planning of leaders during this monumental year that still has an uncertain future. As we move through this pandemic and gradual economic improvement, CECP is also collecting real-time data from companies through a series of Pulse surveys, helping our partners gauge current practices in the field. There is a progression to these insights over the past several months of Pulse surveys.