Ten million trees planted two years ahead of 2020 goal
STRATHAM, N.H., April 26, 2019 /3BL Media/ - On the heels of Earth Day, global outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland today releases its 2018 corporate social responsibility (CSR) report, showing steady progress toward its 2020 sustainability goals in support of three key pillars: better product, a greener world and stronger communities.
During the Women’s World Banking Summit in October 2017, Sylvia Chahonyo, General Manager for Moody’s Investors Service in South Africa, presented Moody’s research on mobile money and banks that provide microfinance banking for women who own businesses in East Africa. We asked Sylvia to share her broader perspective on financial inclusion for women in the region.
Q: Why is it important to cultivate financial inclusion for women in Africa?
Information and education are the keys to unlocking credit, which is essential to helping small businesses achieve success. At Moody’s, we’re creating greater economic opportunities for small businesses through tools and analytics that make financial information more transparent and actionable.
“Moody’s CSR strategy reflects the issues our employees care about most and the challenges we believe we can uniquely solve — by clearing paths to knowledge and opportunity for people everywhere.”
As I reflect on Moody’s CSR progress, I am very proud of our employees’ efforts and the work we have done with our partners to make a difference in communities around the world. I’m excited about where we’re headed.
We live in an age of disruption, with technological, societal and environmental changes impacting the global marketplace at an unprecedented pace. As a data company, we have unique insight into these changes, along with the challenges and opportunities they present for business and society alike.
In a letter about Wells Fargo’s corporate social responsibility efforts, CEO Tim Sloan writes, “We have a solid foundation, exceptional businesses, and an outstanding team whose generosity underscores our company’s most important values.”
A new Wells Fargo report, ‘Living our Commitment,’ provides a comprehensive look at the company’s progress in corporate social responsibility and reinforces a pledge to donate more than $1 million a day to nonprofits this year.
Report outlines achievements in efforts to create economic opportunity, advance diversity and social inclusion, and promote environmental sustainability
SAN FRANCISCO, May 30, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) today released its 2017 Corporate Social Responsibility report, which details the significant progress the company made last year to address social, economic, and environmental challenges through its philanthropy, operations, and products and services.
BALTIMORE, February 21, 2018 /3BL Media/ - T. Rowe Price has released its 2016–2017 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report, which is available at troweprice.com/CSRreport. The report details how CSR is an integral part of the firm’s culture and interwoven through its business, as demonstrated in how it invests for clients, associates, and communities.