As Tetra Pak’s newly appointed CEO, I’m proud to lead a company that has made sustainability a key priority for such a long time. We are living in a changed world – a world more aware of, and coming to terms with, the requirements of a sustainable future. For the food and beverage industry especially, this is a time of transition and change. Never before has sustainability been in sharper focus, and with emerging technologies and innovative thinking it is within our power to do something about it. With the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as a framework to guide us.
Climate action drives business resiliency and new investments, and is just one of the four key global megatrends BNY Mellon addresses in its 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report. BNY Mellon is committed to addressing climate-related risks and opportunities through a comprehensive approach.
The future of work – one of the four key global megatrends BNY Mellon addresses in its 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report – will require more digital, inclusive and fulfilling work environments. Rapidly advancing technologies are reshaping the workplace. Companies competing for top talent must provide purposeful, inclusive environments and ample learning and development programs while responding to a diverse workforce’s changing expectations and needs.
As a technology analyst, I spend a lot of time jet setting from conference to conference, covering the latest greatest advances in technology and IT solutions. Another part of what I cover, though, is the kinder, gentler material that’s under the hood—company culture, CSR, and the like. Environmental sustainability is a huge issue that in my experience doesn’t get talked about enough in big tech.
Gender equality – one of the four key global megatrends BNY Mellon addresses in its 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report – improves lives, families, communities and economies. It is a key tenet of BNY Mellon’s diversity and inclusion strategy and social investing work. The company strives to hire more women at all levels, advance women’s interests and support investments to elevate women in business and society.
July 17, 2019 — “By doing the right thing for customers and the community, we will be a better and safer organisation providing more sustainable returns for our shareholders”, Shayne Elliott, ANZ Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at the bank’s second Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) market briefing.
The ESG market briefing featured how ANZ has improved governance structures and processes needed to deliver outcomes important to all stakeholders and what the bank is doing to act on the failures identified at the Banking Royal Commission in Australia.
For years, Alliance Data has been committed to closely tracking and reporting on our environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance. Most recently we released our 2018 Sustainability Report covering those subjects critical to our long-term success. This sixth annual report was prepared in accordance with the Core Option of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards.
At Sappi, we believe in taking an integrated approach to value creation. We understand that the long-term sustainability of our business will only be ensured by delivering sustained value for our customers, community, employees and the environment. To be successful, we invest in our employees and our communities where we do business, and embrace the principle that reducing our environmental footprint makes sound business sense.