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BSR puts transformation and transparency in the spotlight

Creating more uniform methods of reporting KPIs and fostering collaborations between corporations and NGOs, were just two of the issues discussed in New York recently. Laura Klepacki reports

Do we need more CR and sustainability mentors?

Claudine Blamey, chair of the Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (ICRS) and head of stewardship at The Crown Estate, explains the institute's new mentoring scheme

Rising to the challenge of the ethical consumer

Ethical trading is now a well recognised part of the wider sustainable business agenda, but there’s still a long way to go. Miranda Ingram reports

Cheers to a sustainable future

As we enter the season of over-indulgence, Roland Pirmez, president of Heineken Asia Pacfic tells Ethical Performance why responsible consumption is so important to his CR agenda

Getting to grips with gambling controls

Leo Martin, director of responsible business advisers GoodCorporation, asks if the gaming industry is doing enough to promote responsible gambling

Latest News


Salvation Army enlists Mitie in employability programme

A joint employability intitiative between Mitie and The Salvation Army has been so successful... Full story

UK & NI Ireland | Unemployment


Global demand for coal only to march higher

Global demand for coal over the next five years will continue marching higher, breaking the... Full story

IEA | Global |

UPS and DHL awarded European label for sustainable transport

Green Freight Europe (GFE) has awarded UPS and Deutsche Post DHL with their ‘first... Full story

UPS | Global | Awards

Jobs need protection as well as planet, says TUC

Unions have warned that they may not be able to support global climate change legislation if... Full story

TUC | Europe | Trade Unions

National CSR Awards – call for entries

Telecoms giant teams with Unicef to champion online safety

Millicom and Unicef have agreed to a three-year alliance to improve respect for... Full story

Millicom | Global | online safety

EHRC launches new online resources for young people

A new online resource to enable children and young people to contribute to a review of how... Full story

UK & NI Ireland | Children's Rights

Going to extremes: weird weather forecast to continue

Extreme weather events are becoming more common according to researchers at the University of... Full story

Global | Climate change

“No TTIP” Christmas card submitted by singing Santas

This week a group of campaigners dressed as Santa Claus presented an over-sized Christmas... Full story

World Development Movement | Europe | Ethical Trading

Febreze and Tesco to trial new recycling programme

The recycling of trigger top and flip cap-bottles is the goal of a new cross-sector trial in... Full story

UK & NI Ireland | Recycling

Investors need clearer impact information, says SROI Network

The SROI Network, soon to be known as Social Value UK, is calling for a change in legislation... Full story

UK & NI Ireland | SRI

New benchmark to gauge corporate performance in human rights

A group of investors, an NGO, a think tank and an investor research agency, have launched a... Full story

Global | Human rights

Celebs, health agencies and corporations partner to tackle Ebola

At the Official Draw for the 2015 Orange Africa Cup of Nations, the Confederation of African... Full story

Africa | Healthcare

Denmark leads way in anti-corruption league

Denmark comes out on top in Transparency International’s annual Corruption Perceptions... Full story

Transparency International | Global | Corruption

Tax havens still shrouded in secrecy, says Christian Aid

Christian Aid campaigners wearing business suits and white masks outside the Foreign and... Full story

Christian Aid | Global | Tax

M&S makes headway on 2020 sustainability targets

Marks & Spencer is making significant progress in embedding its sustainable business plan... Full story

Marks & Spencer | UK & NI Ireland | Reporting

Corporate tax avoidance “morally wrong” says British public

More than four in five (85%) British adults say tax avoidance by large companies is morally... Full story

UK & NI Ireland | Tax Avoidance

Working together towards an AIDS-free generation

This World AIDS Day, Dr Brian Brink, chief medical officer for Anglo... Full story

Anglo American | Africa | Healthcare

Public opinion of business improving, but trust remains fragile

Tax avoidance and executive pay are still firmly on the agenda as issues the British public... Full story

UK & NI Ireland | Business ethics

Latest Analysis

Rising to the challenge of the ethical consumer

Ethical trading is now a well recognised part of the wider sustainable business agenda, but... Full story

Building a sustainable future

We, in the OECD countries, spend about 90% of our lives inside buildings so it should be... Full story

Opening the door to transparency

Transparency is a step beyond regular Corporate Social Responsibility - it means not just... Full story

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Latest Columns

With great power comes great accountability?

Do you remember when getting a fine was considered a bad thing? A sign that you’d... Full story

Do we need more CR and sustainability mentors?

Claudine Blamey, chair of the Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (ICRS)... Full story

Good CSR becoming increasingly good for business

Sustainability is undoubtedly a buzzword at the moment, writes Paul Raleigh. Whether business... Full story

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