September 21, 2019

CSRWire.com The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

news by category

 CSRlive: Contribute, Discover, Share

CSRlive is an interactive forum to share articles, video, audio and commentary relating to corporate citizenship, sustainability, and socially responsible initiatives. To learn more, click here.

CSRlive Content for Corporate Governance

Having Women on Corporate Boards Increases Profits and Sustainability

3p's Bill Roth details Catalyst's report noting Fortune 500 companies with women on their boards achieve superior business results.

A To-Do List for Shareholders: Three Things We Must Address

Taxes, campaign financing and accounting: Bob Monks has a to-do list for shareholder action on Talkback.

Kering Adds Specialists to Sustainable Development Committee

Kering, a world leader in apparel, is bolstering its sustainability efforts by adding a technical advisory group, including John Elkington.

How can sustainability leaders be successful?

Dell sustainability leader, Bruno Sarda, discusses the need for skillful leadership in this environmental and business climate. GuardianSustBiz.

Catching Up with P&G's Sustainability Optimist

Joel Makower interviews Len Sauers, VP of Global Sustainability for Procter & Gamble, on its sustainability value chain. GB.

Women in CSR: Michelle Crozier Yates, Adobe

Michelle Crozier Yates, Director of CSR at Adobe & Adobe Foundation Executive Director, is responsible for the overall CSR strategy. 3p interviews.

A Simple Solution to Runaway Corporate Power

Corporations for the people: Bob Monks ponders the rights and responsibilities of We, The Owners. On Talkback.

Browbeating Is Bad and Charming Isn't Enough: Sustainability Stories Should Be All About Stakeholders

Browbeating, charming: not enough. We have to connect genuinely. Here are a few things to keep in mind to circumvent this strategy.

Six Attributes for Leading Companies to Sustainability

Changing Tack, the final report of the Regeneration Roadmap by GlobeScan and SustainAbility, focuses on sustainability leadership. 3p details.

Why are there so few sustainability lobbyists?

John Elkington postulates there is one species that many in the sustainability movement would gladly see back: political lobbyists.




Features


 

Issuers of news releases and not csrwire are solely responsible for the accuracy of the content