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Author: DiversityInc [USA]
1. Verizon Communications/Wireless 2. Consolidated Edison Co. of New York 3. The Coca-Cola Co. 4. Health Care Service Corp. 5. HBO [part of Time Warner] 6. PricewaterhouseCoopers 7. Turner Broadcasting [part of Time Warner] 8. Abbott 9. BellSouth 10....
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Financial services giant Citigroup Inc. has joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Climate Leader Program, pledging to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions on a global basis by 10% by 2011... Since its inception in 2002, Climate Leaders has...
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: Mark Belanger, Jon Franklin, Andrew Moschetti and Maya Sultan of F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business, Babson College [USA], and Walden Asset Management
The objective of this report is to add evidence to the case that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) makes good business sense. The evidence provided is in the form of quotations from the leaders of today’s global business community. [statements on...
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Author: Jim Puckett, Sarah Westervelt, Richard Gutierrez & Yuka Takamiya, Basel Action Network
...[Because] of widespread usage of toxic chemicals in today's high-tech equipment...most...electronic wastes are hazardous wastes... [Much] of the growth in the information technology (IT) sector in developing countries has been fueled by the...
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Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com
Recent developments suggest that a paradigm shift is transforming the corporate world from exclusively assessing financial impacts of decisions to integrating social, environmental, and economic (SEE) considerations... [Last] month...the Business...
Author: Human Rights Campaign
[Rates companies on policies and practices toward gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees, consumer & public policy issues....
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