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2021 Rocket Social/ACCP Research: Impact of COVID-19 and the Racial Justice Movement on CSR

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It’s been 18 months and the global pandemic, alongside deep social and political unrest, remains central in the daily lives of most people around the world. Recently, Realized Worth had the opportunity to speak with the CEO of ACCP about their research on the impact of COVID-19 and the racial justice movement on corporate social responsibility. What we learned was encouraging!

Attention Finance Officers - The Sustainability Journey & The Company's Bottom Line

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (9.15.2021)
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When corporate managers talk about their company’s ESG and sustainability efforts it is most often now in the context of “our corporate sustainability journey.” The hallmarks of this journey are continuous improvement in the enterprise’s ESG performance indicators and ever-increasing and more robust disclosure to inform investors and other stakeholders.

The Corporate Citizenship Technology Review

Your Corporate Citizenship programs will only get so far using an excel spreadsheet.
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The Corporate Volunteering, Giving and Grants Technology Review, produced by the RW Institute and sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationFoundation For The Carolinas, and E4E Relief, is designed to provide critical insights to program managers and decision-makers investing in volunteering, giving, and grants technology.

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The Corporate Volunteering, Giving and Grants Technology Review, produced by the RW Institute and sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationFoundation For The Carolinas, and E4E Relief, is designed to provide critical insights to program managers and decision-makers investing in volunteering, giving, and grants technology.

Focus on European Green Deal & “Fit for 55” Approaches - Impacts Will Be Far Beyond the European Continent

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (8.31.2021)
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The European Union is a collaborative effort of 27 sovereign nations on the continent organized to marshal the resources and collective capabilities of these member states to address economic, military, trade, travel, and other important issues. The EU grew out of early post-WWII efforts to create a “common market” on the continent and to encourage closer peacetime relations among the disparate nations and cultures of western Europe.

Warnings! - World Scientists Raise Red Flags on the Climate Crisis in IPCC Report

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (8.19.2021)
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Superstorms with drenching downpours.  Wildfires consuming vast stretches of western-lands forest. Hurricanes coming ashore with devasting effects, during and after the storm.  Once-in-a-hundred-year weather occurrences happening last year and the year before and…

Summertime 2021 - Not a Quiet Time for ESG & Sustainability News

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (8.8.2021)
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If your company has not yet started your sustainability journey, then here in August 2021 the stakes are getting higher for your Board of Directors and C-suite. Even if your company has already made good progress on ESG and sustainability, the stakes for your company are rising as peers that have already invested time, money and resources in their sustainability journey are steadily upping their game and striving for leadership.

The EU Has Led on Adopting Corporate ESG Disclosure Rules - The U.S. May Catch Up Soon

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (7.20.2021)
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For many years, the European Union moved ahead of the U.S.in developing laws and regulations to address the challenges of climate change and the expansion of corporate programs and related reporting for ESG issues.

In the U.S., the major regulatory bodies such as the Securities & Exchange Commission, the Federal Reserve banks, the Treasury Department, and other cabinet level and independent agencies avoided mandating disclosure rules for publicly-traded corporations for many social (S) and environmental (E) issues.

Crystal Clear Now - ESG Focus Must Be at the Top of the Corporation, for the Board Room & Executive Suite

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (7.12.2021)
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Remember those 1970s /early ‘80s ubiquitous TV commercials with the tag line, “When EF Hutton Speaks, People Listen?” The point was that when the EF Hutton financial services firm “said” something about investing possibilities, we would be wise to sit up and listen carefully to the advice. These days we are tuning in to the Securities & Exchange Commission to discern the future directions of corporate sustainability / ESG disclosure. To us it is clear: the broadening flow of comments indicates something is about to happen regarding corporate ESG disclosure.

ESG Disclosure - Swirling Public Dialogue on Status & Value Today and in Future for Corporate Constituencies

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (7.02.2021)
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The required financial reporting by publicly-traded companies is assured by third parties. The SEC rules require public companies to have an annual audit; audited financial statements have an opinion included from the auditing firms. Objective: determining if the statement presents information fairly and in line with GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles).

Investors & Climate Change - Leading Institutions and Their Growing Networks Are Urging Expanded Corporate Disclosure

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (6.24.2021)
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What are the steadily rising investor expectations for the corporate sectors’ climate change actions and expanded disclosures? We can examine the expectations of leading asset owners/fiduciaries and their asset managers to understand their views on the ESG / sustainability disclosure practices of issuers they provide capital to. This includes keeping close watch on individual institutions and especially the collaborations of investment organizations they participate in.

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