Timken Issues Annual CSR Report, Sets 2030 Target for Greenhouse Gas Emissions


The Timken Company (NYSE: TKR; www.timken.com), a global industrial leader in engineered bearings and industrial motion products, today released its annual corporate social responsibility (CSR) report and announced a 2030 environmental target to reduce aggregate Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions intensity by 50 percent by 2030. [1]

Illumina Grant Boosts Climate Action and Job Training

US nonprofit GRID Alternatives launches new projects to provide renewable energy

As part of Illumina’s long-term commitment to sustainability, the Illumina Corporate Foundation made a one-year, $500,000 grant to support GRID Alternatives (Generating Renewable Ideas and Development Alternatives), a nonprofit committed to increasing access to renewable energy and training people for clean energy jobs.

Republican State Officials vs. Wall Street Managers on ESG Investing

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (9.15.2022)

The showdown continues: on one side we now see attorney generals in 19 states putting pressure on asset management firms that embrace “sustainable investment” or “ESG” policies that influence the various states’ public employee pension systems. The AGs claim that “an emerging trend of political initiatives [that address climate change] sacrifice their states’ pension plans from accessing “high quality” investments. (Read: the equities and fixed income securities of fossil fuel companies.)

Announcing the 2022 Impact Studio Conference: An Audio Event for CSR Professionals


When you have questions about how to build your corporate social responsibility (CSR) program, you want clear, tactical answers from people with real-world experience. 

Applied Materials Taiwan Receives CSR Award


Applied Materials is honored to see its Taiwan team awarded for “Excellence in CSR” by

PowerWells: How a Startup Is Solving the Dual Problem of Energy Poverty and Electronic Waste

By Stacey Faucett

Now that the Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge 2022 winners have been officially announced, you’ll want to learn more about each winning team and the story behind each innovation. The Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge is an online competition that awards cash prizes to early-stage tech entrepreneurs solving the world’s toughest problems.

ACCP Announces 2022 Purpose Award Winners

Awards Recognize Excellence in the CSR field, including New Corporate Social Impact Team of the Year Category
Press Release

September 13, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Today the Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals (ACCP) announced the winners of their annual Purpose Awards for exceptional leaders in corporate social responsibility (CSR). The awards, presented in partnership with Rocket Social Impact, recognize CSR professionals making a significant social impact within their companies and communities.

This year’s winners were

Invest or Divest in Oil, Gas & Coal Companies? - State & City Pension Plans Are the Battleground

G&A's Sustainability Highlights (09.01.2022)

Consider the influence of the public sector employee retirement systems in the capital markets: the almost 6,000 pension plans (of states, cities, municipalities, etc.) cover about 15 million workers and families and manage about $4.5 trillion in assets of various classes.

The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility’s Annual Corporate Inclusion Index™ Report Is Out Today

The Survey of Fortune 500 Companies Shows Disappointing Trends in Hispanic Inclusion Overall.
Press Release

WASHINGTON, September 29, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Hispanic inclusion in Corporate America stalled or reversed course during 2021, according to the 2022 HACR Corporate Inclusion Index™ (CII) released today. The report, themed “Three Years Later: The Post-Crisis Recalibration of Corporate America’s Hispanic Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Practices,” aggregated data from 82 participating corporations, the majority of which are Fortune 500 companies.

Social Impact Challenge: Elevate Yourself


Who's the best manager or teacher you've ever had? Mine was Mrs. Brooksby, my honors English teacher in 10th grade. Our assignment was to write a paper comparing Walt Whitman with Emily Dickinson. At the time, it was important to me to be contrary. To go against the norm. I was working through a difficult situation at home and expressing it through any kind of rebellion I could find at school. English was the only class that I found interesting enough to at least do the assignments – even if I rarely did them the way I was supposed to.


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