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CSRwire Distributes Over 500 COVID-19 News Releases to Global Audience for Social Impact

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On March 16, 2020, as the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) was being realized across the globe, 3BL Media began waiving fees for the use of CSRwire as business leaders stepped forward to help.

3BL Media Opens CSRwire for Free Social Impact Communications Around COVID-19

Words by Dave Armon
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As we start a new work week, many of us are still wrapping our heads around the reality that we’ve awakened to a much different world than the one we knew just a few days ago. Many of our colleagues are working remotely while their children stay home with them as schools shutter worldwide. All of us are concerned about our older family and friends, to whom COVID-19 poses the greatest risk.

Two Unintended Consequences of Your Supply Chain Assessment, and How to Avoid Them

By James Barsimantov
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Regularly, you work to prepare a comprehensive supply chain assessment. Hours are spent building a robust questionnaire for your tier 1 suppliers. The goal is a 100% response rate, so that you have valuable intelligence to manage and improve your supply chain. Maybe the focus of your assessment is traceability and mapping, or perhaps calculating GHG emissions.  You send the questions and it takes the suppliers about two hours to complete. Two hours of work isn’t too much to ask, right? Or is it?

100x35JetBlue: Join Us in Caring for Puerto Rico and the Caribbean

By Icema Gibbs
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The stories of devastation and desperate need coming out of Puerto Rico are heartbreaking. With a massive emergency response urgently needed and recovery efforts expected to take months (if not years), JetBlue has established a new program to help our crewmembers, customers and neighbors in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean: 100x35JetBlue.

Why 'Boring' is Important to Sustainability

By Brian Macnamara
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Let’s talk about why sustainability needs to be boring.

System Change Opportunity in the Corporate Sector

By Frank Dixon
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System change is by far the most important sustainability issue in the corporate sector. Climate change and virtually every other major environmental and social issue only can be resolved through systemic changes at the sector and overarching system levels. Companies proactively involved in system change are the true sustainability leaders. Like current sustainability leaders, they will attain many financial and competitive benefits. This article summarizes the system change opportunity in the corporate sector and how companies can capitalize on it.

Growing Sustainable Business Leaders

By Mac Macartney
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Business leaders across all sectors are feeling the tug, the dip and pull of something deep beneath their feet. A future so uncertain they can no longer ignore it. It is not the erratic, unpredictable and irascible vagaries of the new US president, a resurgent Russia, a fractured European Union or the growth of disaffected communities around the world. It is the quaking of our earth on the brink of exhaustion.

TCR – A Paradigm Shift in Corporate Sustainability

By Frank Dixon
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A paradigm shift is needed in business. Whole system thinking shows that two foundational business ideas are reductionistic, irrational and unintentionally destructive. The first is that it is acceptable for businesses to focus primarily on their own financial well-being without regard for the larger economic, social and environmental systems that enable business existence and success.

Six Companies Who Go Global and Local With CSR

By Megan Wild
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What are your reasons for supporting or withholding support from specific companies?

Does Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) sound familiar? Whether you’re aware of it or not, people often align with an organization's values or implementation of social responsibility in the workplace or community — locally and globally.

Top Three Communications Skills of Sustainability Influencers

By Shannon Houde
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Communication comes up again and again in analyses of key competencies for sustainability leadership.  Being able to build bridges between science and business, between the finance department and the sales department, between NGO concerns and board-level strategy, and then, get everyone moving forward across the bridge in sync.  These are the tasks of a Sustainability Influencer, and they don’t come easily!

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