Enbridge, Southwest Airlines, Scotiabank, and Green Living Give and Receive Socially Responsible Awards - CSR Minute for January 30, 2013
Enbridge has been named to the Global 100 ranking of the Most Sustainable Corporations in the World, published by Corporate Knights, a Canadian magazine. The ranking is based on Enbridge’s economic, environmental, and social performance in 2012, and is the fifth consecutive year that the company has been included on the Global 100, recently recognized as one of most credible corporate sustainability rankings. Enbridge’s other honors include being listed on the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (World and North American), the Financial Times/ London Stock Exchange (FTSE4Good), and Corporate Knights Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada ranking
The Scotiabank EcoLiving Awards are accepting entries for Awards of $50,000, $15,000, and $10,000 to Canadian businesses, innovators, and students who are developing products, services, and ideas to save energy. Supported by Green Living Enterprises, the award winners will be selected by a panel from three finalists in each category. Entries will be accepted until February 15th.
Marilee McInnis, Senior Manager of Community Relations & Giving at Southwest Airlines, has been named as one of the Top 35 Women in CSR by TriplePundit. McInnis developed and spearheads the company’s annual integrated reporting effort, the Southwest Airlines One Report™. The airline is one of only a handful of U.S. companies publishing an integrated report and the subject of Harvard’s first case study on integrated reporting. McInnis also directs the airline’s green initiatives, leads the company’s Green Team, helps put a green filter on business decisions, and communicates and fosters sustainability for Southwest Airlines.
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