Corporate Citizenship

Corporations Respond to the Virus Crisis - Series From G&A Institute -- Excellence in Corporate Citizenship on Display

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (04.02.2020)
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As the coronavirus infections continued to spread into every corner of the globe, the players in three societal sectors moved into action – the public sector (governments), the private sector (in the main, corporations, public and private) and what the esteemed Professor Peter Drucker identified as the “Social” sector (i.e., not-for-profits, NGOs, academics, foundations, others).

Advanced Manufacturing in the Era of Greater Corporate Sustainability – Here's "Industry 4.0" From the World Economic Forum

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (03.05.2019)
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The mantra Take, Make, Dispose has been the traditional approach of many manufacturing firms over the many decades of the modern industrial revolution. (Are we in Phase One of dramatic change? Two? Three?  The World Economic Forum discussions center on Phase Four – the Fourth Industrial Revolution.) And part of that is the focus on greater sustainability in industry.

Up-Skill Your Employee Volunteer Champions, Ambassadors and Leaders

Do you need to invest in your influential employees (the social innovators) leading in the company's employee giving and volunteering program?
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The RW Institute Regional Campus is a two-day immersive learning and development course designed to up-skill employee volunteer leaders and corporate nonprofit partners. RWI Campuses are held regionally to alleviate unnecessary transportation and accommodation costs. However, employees from any region are welcome to attend any campus.

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The RW Institute Regional Campus is a two-day immersive learning and development course designed to up-skill employee volunteer leaders and corporate nonprofit partners. RWI Campuses are held regionally to alleviate unnecessary transportation and accommodation costs. However, employees from any region are welcome to attend any campus.

Getting Serious About SASB – Companies, Investors Are Tuning In. What About Accounting Firms?

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (02.25.2020)
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The importance of the work over the past several years of the Sustainable Accounting Standards Board in developing industry-specific ESG disclosure recommendations was underscored with the recent letters to company leadership from two of the world’s leading asset management firms.

The Circular Economy is Coming Our Way. Here Are Some Things to Think About for Product and Product Delivery…

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (02.12.2020)
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During your travels, or even going about your usual business and personal activities, do you recall the days when…  Pilots remember having to use cockpit instruments when flying over large cities because the “smog” (usually thick yellow) eliminated visibility below.  That was caused by belching smokestacks as dirty coal was burned for industrial use or for generating electric power. 

Who Is the “Best Of” of Sustainable Companies in the Important Annual Rankings? Mirror, Mirror on the Wall – What Reflection for Our Company?

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (02.07.2020)
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Mirror, mirror on the wall – who is the most sustainable company of them all?  That memorable line from the Walt Disney Studios’ 1930s classic, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, is being regularly applied now by a widening range of third party players in examining the performance and achievements of U.S., North American and global companies (and applying their methodologies on an ever-widening list of criteria). 

The Year 2020 Off to Great Start for News About Sustainable Investing

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (01.23.2020)
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Here we are now in a new year, and new decade (the third decade of the 21st Century) and much of the buzz is all about (1) climate change and the dramatic impacts on business, finance, government and we humans around the globe; and (2) many more investors are moving their money to more sustainable investments.

BlackRock’s CEO’s 2020 Letter to Corporate CEOs – Explaining the World’s Largest Asset Manager’s Perspectives and Actions on the Global Climate Change Crisis

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (01.16.2020)
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The big news this week for sustainability professionals:  The publication of the much-anticipated annual letter to corporate chief executive officers by Larry Fink, Chair and CEO of BlackRock -- the world’s largest asset manager (with almost US7 trillion in Assets Under Management). 

Hello to Year 2020 & the Start of the Third Decade of the 21st Century – Climate! Climate! Climate! is the Dominant Theme of News & Commentary!

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (01.09.2020)
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It is a favorite pursuit of journalists and commentators at each year-end and the start of the new calendar year to look back and look forward to identify “top stories” and significant trends of the year past.  And to look ahead at “what might be” in the new year.  We present a few of these musing for you in this first newsletter of the year 2020.

Purpose – It Was the Buzzword of 2019 for the Corporate Sector & Investment Community. The Debate Will Continue in 2020

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (12.18.2019)
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The year 2019 began with an important challenge to corporate leaders from Larry Fink, chairman and CEO of the world’s largest asset manager, BlackRock (with more than US$6 trillion in AUM).  He writes each year to the CEOs of companies that his firm invests in on behalf of the firm’s clients. There are literally hundreds of publicly-traded companies in the BlackRock portfolio.

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