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Best Practice - Winter 2015

A collection of exemplary CR and sustainability case studies

Submitted by: Ethical Performance

Categories: Corporate Social Responsibility, Research, Reports & Publications

Posted: Dec 28, 2015 – 02:32 PM EST

 

CANTERBURY, U.K., Dec. 28 /CSRwire/ - The Winter 2015 issue of Best Practice includes CSR and sustainability case studies from thought leaders across several industries:

  • Acquiring a Taste for the Circular Economy

    Finnish retail giant Kesko has come up with a novel approach to the inevitable problem of supermarket food waste: turning it into zero emissions energy which in turn is used to manufacture the food sold on its supermarket shelves.

  • Working in Partnership to Make a Real Difference

    Sky Rainforest Rescue has been a unique, challenging and ambitious project for a entertainment company striving to make a difference to the enormous issue of climate change. Why did Sky think it could take on such a challenge? And just how successful has it been?

  • Reaping the Rewards of Supporting Dairy Farmers

    Last year 8.3bn Tetra Pak packages with milk and nutritious drinks reached children in schools worldwide. As a key player in the dairy value chain, a concept called Dairy Hub, developed by Tetra Pak, is now taking its industry support to a whole new level.

  • Matching CSR Programmes with Business Goals

    Booz Allen, a global consulting firm, is innovating not only for clients, but also for its CSR programmes – aligning business with social conscience.

  • Raising the Bar for Community Impact

    One of the world’s fastest growing petrochemical companies, SABIC puts employee engagement at the top of its CSR agenda.

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