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#Convene4Change: Lessons From the Social Good Summit

How Do We Convene Change?
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By Alicia Bonner Ness

This is part III in a series of articles by the editor of The New Global Citizen on insights gained at the Social Good Summit. Read part I and part II.

National Be Fair Survey Infographic

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October is Fair Trade Month and the results are in. Philadelphia reigns as the Fairest City in America, according to the 2013 Be Fair Survey, with Boston and Dallas-Fort Worth following closely behind. To kick off Fair Trade Month, Fair Trade USA, the leading third-party certifier of Fair Trade products in North America, celebrates America’s fairest cities and reminds consumers to Be Fair by choosing Fair Trade when they shop.

Sustainable Lifestyles to Drive Sales, Market Share, and Innovation within Five Years

BSR and Futerra Survey of 50 Global Businesses Examines Consumer Behavior and Sustainability
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PARIS, September 19, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Increasing numbers of businesses are enabling sustainable consumer behaviors such as recycling, healthy living, the purchase of sustainable products, product take-back, and water conservation. According to new survey results released today by BSR and Futerra, business leaders expect exponential growth in consumer interest and business action on these sustainable lifestyles issues within five years.

Leading Study in Corporate Societal Engagement Shows Considerable Growth Since 2007

World’s Largest Companies are Transforming Giving; Engaging Employees in Community Efforts
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NEW YORK, NY, June 4, 2013 /3BL Media/ While economic recovery is taking its time, companies have not waited to rebound with their giving programs; the majority of companies increased giving since 2007 after adjusting for inflation, despite a slow recovery of corporate profits since the economic downturn. Both cash and non-cash giving increased during this timeframe, with a higher percentage of non-cash contributions in 2012 defining the post-recession giving era.

Global Imperative: CSR Expectations From Today's Global Consumers Webinar

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Showing up at the CSR table is no longer enough -- the universal expectation for companies to be responsible is immense and undeniable. Join Cone Communications and Sustainable Brands on Wednesday, May 29 to learn about the findings and insights from the newly released 2013 Cone Communications/Echo Global CSR Study, a benchmark survey of 10,000 consumers in 10 of the world’s largest countries by GDP.

Chrysler Group Considered 'Popular' Among Women Engineers

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  • Readers of Women Engineer magazine identify Chrysler Group among "places they'd most like to work" for the second consecutive year
  • Magazine is regarded as the most widely read recruitment magazine in the nation for women in the engineering world
  • Annual reader survey featured in the magazine's spring edition
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  • Readers of Women Engineer magazine identify Chrysler Group among "places they'd most like to work" for the second consecutive year
  • Magazine is regarded as the most widely read recruitment magazine in the nation for women in the engineering world
  • Annual reader survey featured in the magazine's spring edition

CorporateRegister.com Announces CR Survey

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March 19, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Today CorporateRegister.com launched its first annual global reporting survey ‘CR Perspectives’. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in corporate responsibility reporting to share their views with the global CR reporting community.

CorporateRegister.com's Survey: CR Perspectives 2013

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March 25, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Welcome to CorporateRegister.com's first annual CR Perspectives global reporting survey. The findings from this survey will be presented at an event in London on April 29, 2013 and subsequently published in a report, available for free download on this site. Thank you in advance for your time and thought - you will be contributing to a knowledge base which will help keep CR reporting on track.

Canadians Support Interventions to Reduce Dietary Salt

Eighty percent of survey respondents agree food industry should use less salt, according to new study published in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology
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Philadelphia, PA, March 13, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Many Canadians are concerned about dietary sodium and welcome government intervention to reduce sodium intake through a variety of measures, including lowering sodium in food, and education and awareness, according to a national survey. The top barriers to limiting sodium intake are a lack of lower sodium packaged and processed foods and lower sodium restaurant menu options.

Survey Finds That Most Renters Perceive Homeownership as a Preference

Whirlpool Corporation and Habitat for Humanity International Study Also Finds Renters are Concerned with the Costs of their Current Residences
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