Cisco's Ninth Annual Corporate Social Responsibility Report


Improving access to healthcare in rural parts of the world. Developing technologies that can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Fostering diversity and ethical standards throughout our business and supply chain. These are some of the ways we are combining human collaboration and network technology to improve lives, build communities, and preserve the environment – we call it impact multiplied.

Ethical Investment – Returns on Good Behaviour?

The launch of the Global Compact 100 Index, which selects its line-up according to financial performance as well as sustainability credentials, pits purists against pragmatists

By Jon Entine, Reuters, 11 November 2013

In an article for Ethical Corpation, Jon Entine examines the merits and challenges of sustainability indices, focusing on the recently launched Global Compact 100 Index (GC100).

Read the article on Ethical Corporation.

About the UN Global Compact

AECOM Receives Prestigious Business-Ethics Award During its Annual Ethics Week Celebration

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AECOM received the coveted 2013 American Business Ethics Award in the “Large Company” category from the Foundation for Financial Service Professionals, a charitable organization that promotes research, education and high ethical practices across industries.

Check out images from the award ceremony in the multimedia section on the right, and visit AECOM's website for the full story.

AECOM to host Google Plus Hangout to discuss integrated solutions for complex issues involving sustainability, ethics and corporate social responsibility

Press Release

LOS ANGELES, September 30, 2013 /3BL Media/ — AECOM Technology Corporation, a leading provider of professional technical and management support services for public and private clients in more than 140 countries around the world, announced today that it will be broadcasting a live Google Plus Hangout today, Sept. 30, at 2 p.m. EDT.  This discussion will cover integrated solutions for some of the world’s most-complex issues from the perspectives of the sustainability, ethics and corporate social responsibility leaders of a Fortune 500 company.

Patagonia Founder Reaches a New Peak and Challenges Others to Follow


BrownFlynn would like to congratulate Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, Inc., on receiving the 2013 Inamori Ethics Prize. Each year the Inamori Center for Excellence at Case Western Reserve University gathers to honor an international exemplar of ethical leadership with the Inamori Ethics Prize.  The Prize honors leaders whose integrity, altruism, and compassion have a lasting impact on society.

Ethics in Action

by David Cunningham -- FedEx Regional President, APAC

When we think about “business leadership”, the first words that often spring to mind are “vision” or “innovation”.

Seldom do the words “ethics” or “ethical” automatically top the list. But they must.

Just as the world is changing, so too is our notion of leadership. And it’s exactly the characteristics that we most value in human beings – respect, responsibility, integrity or compassion – that must become intrinsically connected with leadership.

Loose Canons and Apocalypse Now

Unveiling the Ethics in the Fiduciary Ethic

Second in a Series: Time to Talk About the Public Interest

NiSource Issues 2012 Sustainability Report

Report documents progress in support of its Sustainability Strategy
Press Release

MERRILLVILLE, Ind., July 24, 2013 /3BL Media /PRNewswire/ -- NiSource Inc. (NYSE: NI) today issued its annual Sustainability Report, highlighting the company's progress in building a more enduring and sustainable company across five key dimensions, including the environment, communities, customers, employees and shareholders.

The complete report and individual strategy-specific components are available online at

U.S. Retailers to Create Fire and Safety Plan for Bangladesh Factories - CSR Minute for June 4, 2013

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Weeks after the collapse of a Bangladeshi apparel factory that killed over 1,000 workers, the debate continues over the responsibility of the global manufacturers who buy $20 billion worth of goods annually from that country’s clothing industry.


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