2015 was the year sustainability measures and corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities went more mainstream in North American companies, going deeper where they already exist and taking hold in new places, experts say.
Tags: Alicia Lenze, ASBC, Brad Hecht, BSR, Carbon emissions, carbon pollution, climate, Climate conference, CSR, David Brodwin, environmental impact, global, measuring sustainability, renewable energy, Reporting and Finance, SAP, Sara Burnett, WWF
Supplies and donations have been flowing from the private sector to relief agencies serving the waves of immigrants arriving in and moving through Europe, and soon corporations may be called on for more hands-on work
Slavery, still pervasive across the globe, has proven difficult to tackle for multinationals whose leaders are far removed from the people producing their raw ingredients. But with help, companies are working their way down the supply chain to eradicate the problem
Tags: fair wages, modern slavery, slave labour, slavery, slavery briefing, Social Equality, supply chain