A collection of exemplary CR and sustainability case studies
Submitted by: Ethical Performance
Posted: Aug 14, 2015 – 09:30 AM EST
CANTERBURY, U.K., Aug. 14 /CSRwire/ - The Summer 2015 issue of Best Practice features a collection of CR and sustainability case studies. Read on to learn more about these exciting and innovative initiatives.
Taking a responsible approach to change: Old Mutual - Old Mutual believes that responsible business is the modus operandi of the future with a return to its true purpose, helping customers look after their money better than they could alone.
Switched on to volunteering: Turner Broadcasting - Turner Broadcasting, the company behind CNN and kids’ channels including Cartoon Network and Boomerang, finds that collaborating with children’s charities is a natural fit - helping to build schools, as well as audiences.
Building a case for better child protection: DLA Piper - Global law firm DLA Piper and UNICEF, the world’s leading children’s organisation, have established a pioneering partnership focused on improving the quality of care and protection for children who come into contact with judicial systems.
Upgrading citizenship to a whole new level: Hewlett-Packard - As one of the world’s largest technology companies, Hewlett-Packard (HP) has always prided itself on its commitment to global citizenship but it is now taking that responsibility to a whole new level through its Living Progress strategy
A new lease of life for sustainability: City Developments Limited - Pioneering green real estate company City Developments Limited has a long track record in green building projects and is keen to spread the word - and its practices - to its commercial tenants.
Cracking the secret to an effective code of conduct: Jones Lang LaSalle - When it comes to business ethics, global real estate giant Jones Lang LaSalle is taking transparency to a whole new level with its Ethics Eveywhere Programme.
Barilla’s onto a good thing with sustainability strategy: Barilla - At Italian food company Barilla, the word “sustainability” calls for a unique and distinctive way of doing business: “Good for you, Good for the Planet”.
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