Supply Chain & the Circular Economy CSR News

CSRHub Launches on the Open:FactSet Marketplace

ESG content set available for evaluation and testing beginning June 27, 2019
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June 27, 2019 /3BL Media/ - CSRHub, one of the world’s broadest and most consistent sets of Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) ratings, is pleased to offer ESG Business Intelligence data via the Open:FactSet Marketplace. It will be available for evaluation via FactSet’s cloud-based Data Evaluation platform on June 27, 2019.

HP's New Consumer Contract: A Bold Pledge for Sustainability, One Cartridge at A Time

by David McQuarrie, Global Head of Print Business Management, HP Inc.
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Manufacturers and consumers can work together in pursuit of a more sustainable future.

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Manufacturers and consumers can work together in pursuit of a more sustainable future.

Big Brands, Industry Leaders, Seasoned Experts, One Conference

Early bird rates for 3BL Forum: Brands Taking Stands™ – What’s Next end on June 30
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NORTHAMPTON, Mass., June 27, 2019 /3BL Media/ - The days of remaining on the sidelines in a rapidly changing business environment are over for companies large and small. Whether it is meeting new expectations of stakeholders, embedding sustainable business practices into legacy systems, pioneering innovation, building a pipeline of talent or taking a public stance on a pressing issue, it is clear companies around the world are increasingly being asked to be bold. 

Trust and Responsibility in a Digital Age

How HPE is working to advance environmental sustainability and human rights
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  • HPE strives not only to identify the impacts to the environment and human rights caused by disruptive innovations like IoT or AI, but actively works to mitigate them
  • Conducting business ethically is a core value that anchors everything we do at HPE
  • Advancing new privacy enhancements for data processing is crucial to putting technology to work for the public good
  • HPE leads the industry with policies and programs that protect the human rights of workers in our supply chain, and we factor these increasingly stringent social and environmental standards into our purchasing decisions
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  • HPE strives not only to identify the impacts to the environment and human rights caused by disruptive innovations like IoT or AI, but actively works to mitigate them
  • Conducting business ethically is a core value that anchors everything we do at HPE
  • Advancing new privacy enhancements for data processing is crucial to putting technology to work for the public good
  • HPE leads the industry with policies and programs that protect the human rights of workers in our supply chain, and we factor these increasingly stringent social and environmental standards into our purchasing decisions

Highlights From the HPE Living Progress Report

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The HPE Living Progress highlights video showcases our performance on environmental, social, and governance issues throughout 2018. See how we’re sustainably meeting the growing demand for compute by driving the circular economy, investing in people, and operating responsibly. Get more highlights from Living Progress: hpe.com/livingprogress

Intel's Commitment to Responsible Minerals Sourcing

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Like many companies in the electronics industry, Intel and our suppliers use minerals in manufacturing. In 2008, we began work to ensure that our supply chain does not source certain minerals—in particular, tantalum, tin, tungsten, and gold (3TG)—within the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) or adjoining countries from mines under the control of armed groups who exploit mine workers to fund crimes against humanity.

A Train Ride to Perris, CA: Investing in a Sustainable Future Now

People, Planet and 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
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by Theodosia Ferguson and E. Seth Wilson, Healing Living Systems 

Think Before You Throw: Help Put a Stop to Wishcycling

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Are you guilty of wishcycling? Also known as aspirational recycling, wishcycling happens when you put something into the recycling bin without checking whether it’s actually recyclable.

We get it! You don’t want to add more waste to the planet, so you toss your item in the recycling bin, hoping it’ll get recycled. Worst-case scenario: If you made a mistake, the recycling facility will be able to fix it. Right?

Nestlé Volunteers Take Part in Lac Léman Clean-Up

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June 21, 2019 /3BL Media/ — More than 600 Nestlé employees and their families are expected to join a clean-up initiative around Lac Léman, Switzerland on 22 June 2019. This initiative is part of Nestlé’s broader vision to achieve a waste-free future.

Are the Keys to Supply Chain Transformation Closer Than They Appear?

By Madeleine Carnemark, MBA/MS Candidate 2020
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For sustainability initiatives in food retail, do the largest hurdles lie in the supply chain, or within the walls of corporate headquarters? As sustainability becomes a bigger priority for food producers and retailers, more and more companies are forming sustainability teams to push toward a new food economy through supply chain transformation.

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