Tag Archives: CSR

Climate Counts Releases its 2011 Scorecard

By Bahar Gidwani   Our friends at Climate Counts have just released their 2011 Scorecard.  It is the fifth time they have reviewed the climate and environmental performance of a number of leading corporations—they scored 136 companies this year on … Continue reading

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Occupy Movement Pushes CSR to the Tipping Point

By Carol Pierson Holding   Banks are big proponents of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility). They give extensively to charities, pay their employees generously and contribute to the environment with LEED certified buildings and sustainable operating practices. They measure and monitor … Continue reading

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Mother Nature Occupies Wall Street

By Carol Pierson Holding   “Nature is party to all our deals and decisions, and she has more votes, a longer memory, and a sterner sense of justice than we do.” Wendell Berry, Author and Activist   Berry’s belief in … Continue reading

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And the Race is On: Competitive CSR Metrics

This post was originally published through Sustainable Life Media.  By Cynthia Figge   Most companies carefully watch the strategy and performance of their competitors.  When they see a new product, a change in a business process, or a new marketing … Continue reading

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Auto Industry Market Leaders Validate Car Sharing

By Carol Pierson Holding   In the early 2000s, car sharing was a small-time counter-cultural service offered by community organizations in liberal and university markets. You heard about bigger companies tip-toeing around the market. Enterprise quietly started renting its cars … Continue reading

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