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Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com
UK-based Business in the Community launches its Corporate Responsibility Index, which benchmarks corporate social responsibility performance...Companies in the top quintile included BP, Dow, Shell, and Unilever...Companies ranked in the fifth quintile,...
[PDF] KPMG and the media CSR [Corporate Social Responsibility] forum - Key CSR issues for the media industry
The Media CSR Forum is made up of media oganisations committed to furthering corporate social responsibility in the sector. It includes many of the UK’s leading media groups. [members include: BBC, AOL (part of Time Warner), Sky [British Sky...
Author: Jem Bendell, Mark Bendell, Kate Kearins, Kate Ives & Wayne Visser,
Particular issues under the spotlight included activism, climate change, human rights, corruption, globalisation, standardization, sustainability reporting and taxation. [refers to Caterpillar, Minera Escondida (part of BHP Billiton), AMP Group, Co...
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Author: Corporate Knights & Innovest Strategic Value Advisors
[List: ABB, ABN Amro, Adidas Salomon, Aeon, Agilent Technologies, Alcan, Alcoa, Alliance Unichem, ARCELOR, Atlas Copco, Aviva, BAA (British Airports Authority), Bank Of America., BASF, Baxter International, Boots, BP, British Airways, British Land,...
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Author: Innovest Strategic Value Advisors
The companies below are deemed to have the best developed abilities, relative to their industry peers, to manage environmental, social and governance risks, and to take advantage of new business opportunities in this area. [Global 100: ABN Amro, Accor...
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Author: Business for Social Responsibility
Who’s going carbon neutral?...[W]e have been surprised at the distinct lack of basic resources on carbon neutrality trends, and have therefore taken the step of compiling a list of the most prominent carbon neutral claims, at the company and project...
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Author: Richard Black, BBC
Official greenhouse gas figures hugely underestimate Britain's contribution to climate change, a report concludes. Christian Aid says adding in emissions from UK-funded operations in other countries would raise the UK's share of the global total from 2...
Author: Geoffrey Lean, The Independent
Forty top British companies will next week launch an unprecedented campaign to shrink Britain's carbon footprint, by cutting their own energy use and trying to turn "green consumerism into a mass movement". They will introduce promotions and new...