We are pleased to announce that the 2011 FedEx Global Citizenship Report is now available for review and download. When we first started reporting in 2008, we envisioned an all-digital and print on demand platform. But, we were unable to do so at the time. As a result, we chose to publish our report in print, using small print runs, with a goal to transition to an all-digital and print on demand platform.
Annual FedEx Global Citizenship Report Highlights Company’s Milestones in Areas of Energy Conservation, Community Development, Disaster Relief and More
(3BL Media) Memphis, TN - August 20, 2012 - In 2008, FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) announced it would seek to reduce carbon emissions intensity from its FedEx Express aircraft and improve the fuel efficiency of its FedEx Express vehicle fleet by 20 percent by 2020, as compared with its 2005 performance. Less than five years later, FedEx has nearly achieved these goals and is today announcing a revised, more aggressive target that continues to move the world’s largest express transportation company forward in an environmentally-conscious manner.
The report tracks the company's efforts to connect the world in responsible & resourceful ways through the reach of its global networks & the efforts of its 300,000 team members
(3BL Media) August 20, 2012 - FedEx is pleased to announce their FY11 Global Citizenship Report, now available at csr.fedex.com. The report tracks the company’s efforts to connect the world in responsible and resourceful ways through the reach of its global networks and the efforts of its 300,000 team members. Progress is tracked in four key areas:
The report is designed to keep all the stakeholders, as well as the media, up to date on the company's progress in terms of philanthropy, sustainability, volunteerism, diversity and inclusion, and more.
(3BL Media) August 20, 2012 - To better define State Street’s commitment to CR and reflect the company’s values, the company changed the structure of its reporting. In addition to statements from top State Street executives, including Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Joseph L. Hooley, the report has five main sections:
Accountability and Transparency — State Street is steadfast in conducting itself ethically, honestly and with integrity at all times, as well as ensuring transparency and long-term sustainability through systems, procedures and oversight.
First things first. Before setting pen to paper or fingers to keyboard to write outlines or strategies or any text at all, there are a few important steps that will help build the foundation for a qualitycorporate sustainability report (CSR).
(3BL Media) Falls Church, VA - August 15, 2012 - CSC (NYSE: CSC) has been ranked for the second year in a row as a top Corporate Citizen in Government Contracting by Corporate Responsibility(CR) Magazine.
In 2011, Teck launched a sustainability strategy that identified six focus areas which represent the company’s most significant sustainability challenges and opportunities: Community, Water, Ecosystems and Biodiversity, Energy, Materials Stewardship, and Our People.
Outlines Company’s Social, Environmental and Economic Impact
(3BL Media) Charlotte, NC - August 15, 2012 - Bank of America today released its annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report to provide an overview of the social and environmental impact of its businesses and efforts to create value for shareholders, customers and clients, and the communities it serves.
The report provides an overview of the Company's global corporate citizenship accomplishments over the last fiscal year.
(3BL Media) August 14, 2012 - Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. has released its 2011 Corporate Citizenship Update, an overview of the Company's global corporate citizenship accomplishments over the last year.
The 2011 update includes information on the Company’s:
Sadly, most American companies do not produce sustainability (or responsibility) reports. In fact, a recent study of sustainability reporting by the US Conference Board, Bloomberg, and the Global Reporting Initiative shows that only a tenth of the 1000 largest U.S. publicly listed companies effectively disclose sustainability data.