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GE understands that ongoing engagement with employees, customers, regulators, NGOs and other stakeholders is critical to understanding and managing our most material issues. This campaign highlights content in this section comprises content from our blog, Thoughts from Stakeholders, which is a place for our internal and external stakeholders to share their insights on global sustainability challenges and corporate responsibility best practices.
The principles of corporate social responsibility are fundamental to Accenture's character and the way we run our business.
Earth Day may be just around the corner, but consumers are buying with an eye toward “green” all year long. A record-high 71 percent of Americans consider the environment when they shop, up from 66 percent in 2008. Additionally, nearly half (45%) of consumers actively seek out environmental information about the products they buy, according to the five-year benchmark of the 2013 Cone Communications Green Gap Trend Tracker.
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Networks make change happen—multistakeholder networks, social networks, business networks, and more. How can we harness the power of these networks to solve our biggest sustainability challenges? How can we activate these networks to achieve the systemic change needed to fast-forward solutions for a sustainable future?
The Coca-Cola Company -- the first company to introduce a beverage bottle made with recycled plastic -- has been focused on ensuring the sustainability of its packaging for decades. It has put resources behind creating packaging that is recyclable and investing in recycling infrastructure to ensure that its packages are collected, recycled and re-used.
AOL Impact is a daily introduction of causes close to our heart. We connect people with charities, make it easy to get involved, and share the missions of organizations simply doing amazing things.
SAP believes that sustainability is about more than going green, it’s about making the world run better. And sustainability is driving a fundamentally different approach to business, innovation and profit models. We believe that integrated reporting of financial and non-financial (e.g., sustainability) metrics is a key driver of this trend.