The Hershey Company's second Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report, “Listen, Learn, Act,” shows substantial progress against the sustainability goals the company announced in 2010. The report highlights how Hershey has met or exceeded nearly all of its original sustainability targets.
Now you can learn from the world’s cause marketing masters without leaving your desk. Each month Cause Marketing Forum Teleclasses bring the sharpest players in business/nonprofit partnering into your office to share valuable advice that will help you do well by doing good. Click here to view the schedule.
CBSR launched the start of the #TCQapplied campaign to help operationalize the 19 Qualities of the Transformational Company Framework - a guide for companies who recognize the need to scale up their CSR and sustainability efforts in order to address systemic societal risks, challenges and opportunities. To do this, we are looking for case studies for each of the qualities that can be used as examples of how companies successfully implement each of the qualities.
In September 2011, we launched The Lilly NCD Partnership, a $30 million investment over five years to fight the rising burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in developing countries. NCDs are by far the leading cause of death in the world. Of the 57 million global deaths in 2008, 63 percent were due to NCDs. Eighty percent of all NCD deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries. These chronic diseases—including diabetes, cancer, and heart disease—take lives, destroy opportunity, cause poverty, thwart development, and weaken communities.
First launched in 2005, EarthChoice was the first-ever Forest Stewardship Council™ (FSC®) certified and Rainforest Alliance Certified™ paper-line in North America. EarthChoice embodies Domtar's belief that informed choices lead to better, more sustainable lives and a better world. EarthChoice means increasing responsibility for the entire lifecycle - from the forest, through responsible production and usage, and recycling.
Established in 2006, Animal Planet's R.O.A.R., is dedicated to improving the lives of animals in our communities and in the wild. The R.O.A.R. partners benefiting from this program help wild and domestic animals in the U.S. and abroad. The campaign aligns Animal Planet with a powerful roster of leading animal and environmental organizations. R.O.A.R. is a key component of Discovery's overall Impact initiative which strives to celebrate, support and sustain the majesty of the earth's people, animals and natural beauty through innovative programs and events.
This is the General Motors monthly corporate responsibility newsletter where we share news from the past month that ties into our corporate responsibility practices.
Chrysler Group’s culture of health is a key part of the Company’s a high-performance work culture and is tied to its leadership principles, particularly promoting each team member’s commitment achieving best in class performance. Chrysler Group’s goal is to support workplace policies and a work environment that inspire totally engaged employees who are healthy at work and at home, actively manage their health status and are sustainable, healthy contributors to the Company’s success.
Sustainable development means meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Freeport-McMoRan's approach to sustainable development combines three essential elements: continued economic success, building local community capacity and societal trust through stakeholder engagement, and improving environmental performance. Safety highlights news and stories of the company’s many programs that work toward the objective of zero workplace injuries and occupational illnesses.