Since 1992, Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) has been providing socially responsible business solutions to many of the world's leading corporations. Headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Europe and China, BSR is a nonprofit business association that serves its 250 member companies and other Global 1000 enterprises. Through advisory services, convenings and research, BSR works with corporations and concerned stakeholders of all types to create a more just and sustainable global economy. For more information, visit www.bsr.org.
BSR has added four new board members—Takashi Hatchoji, Chairman, Hitachi America; Rachel Kyte, Vice President of Sustainable Development, World Bank; Anne-Marie Skov, Group Communications and CSR Senior Vice President, Carlsberg; and Robert Webb, ...
Results from the "BSR/GlobeScan State of Sustainable Business Poll 2011," released today at the BSR Conference 2011, show that global businesses remain highly c...
The BSR Conference 2011 – "Redefining Leadership" – begins today, with 1,000 senior business executives, civil society representatives, and other experts from more than 30 countries gathering to share strategies and insights on the futu...
BSR, a global business network and consultancy focused on sustainability, will announce the results of the annual BSR-GlobeScan “State of Sustainable Business” survey at the upcoming BSR Conference 2011, taking place November 1-4 in San ...
The BSR Conference 2011—taking place just three weeks from now, November 1 through 4 in San Francisco—will give participants a chance to hear directly from leaders in business and sustainability in an intimate, conversation-style setting...
An emerging wireless-enabled environment has the potential to drive billions of dollars in energy savings and reshape how American industry, agriculture, and the public sector approach sustainability, according to a report authored by BSR that was...
“Essential reading for any business aiming to understand how they can turn sustainability into an opportunity.” —Chris Anderson, Editor-in-Chief, Wired
“Smart, readable, and provocative…This book gives us a reason for optimism, as well as a framework to understand the...
The latest BSR Conference 2011 sessions highlight compelling issues in sustainability today: how companies can address the challenge of using minerals that come from conflict mines, the opportunity for Japan to “build back better” after ...