Tag Archives: CSR

The Truth Will Out: Integration

By Ashley Coale   So what exactly did Unilever CMO Keith Weed mean when he told the annual Marketing Society audience in London at the end of last year that CSR departments have become redundant? Well, besides meaning to be … Continue reading

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“Rising Sea Levels” an Inflammatory Term? Language Key to Climate Change Acceptance

By Carol Pierson Holding   Two somewhat encouraging facts landed on my desk this week. The first was a study from The Brookings Institute reporting that 65% of Americans believe that “there is solid evidence that the average temperature on … Continue reading

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The Truth Will Out: Mainstream Media is Starting to Notice

The following post is part of a CSRHub series focusing on 10 trends that are driving corporate transparency and disclosure in the coming year. To follow the discussion of each trend, watch for posts on the CSRHub blog every Wednesday. By Ashley Coale … Continue reading

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My Top Eleven Takeaways from WSJ’s Conference on Business and Sustainability

By Cynthia Figge A week ago I attended the Wall Street Journal ECO:nomics Conference. This event was brimming with over 200 CEOs, entrepreneurs, industry experts and policymakers, discussing profitability, innovation, and smarter uses of energy. The focus was on the … Continue reading

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Apple Shook the Tree

  By Bahar Gidwani Apple’s recent decision to reveal details about its supply chain practices has provoked a storm of articles, comments, and protests. Although I already offered my thoughts on this subject in a previous post, I wanted to … Continue reading

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