September 7, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose (CECP) in partnership with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS) and PYXERA Global, announced a new slate of programs and events for Digital Empowers, a groundbreaking initiative that brings together organizations from different sectors to explore how transformative digital innovations can solve local and global ch
The headlines are a buzz. And in them, ESG has taken a beating, with “woke capitalism” as the click bait of the week. But we’re not worried. ESG can take it. We welcome the debate as it only makes companies’ convictions stronger. It refreshes their corporate purpose, reminding them why they are on this journey. And what is that “why”? An ESG focus–or sustainable business–is good for people, planet, and yes, business. Research shows better long-turn returns for companies that focus on ESG.
Annual report analyzing the state of corporate purpose & ESG landscape finds 31.6% growth in companies’ net-zero emissions targets
NEW YORK, April 25, 2022 /3BL Media/ - On the heels of newly proposed environmental and social governance (ESG) disclosure requirements from the SEC, a new Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose® (CECP) Investing in Society report finds ESG related corporate data disclosures are increasing. And yet despite progress around environmental metrics and governance practices, the study found workforce and board diversity are lagging.
93% of Surveyed Companies Dedicated Resources to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
NEW YORK, October 28, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Reflecting the unprecedented experience of 2020, Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose®’s (CECP) Giving in NumbersTM report chronicles the changes in societal investment at the world’s largest companies, with a focus on COVID-19 and social justice efforts. Most notably, corporate social investments were up 41%, due to health care companies’ rapid pivoting to provide product donations to communities in need. A total of 230 companies took part in the survey and nearly all (93%)
Corporate leaders across business units learn the basics on carbon
NEW YORK, October 7, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Millions of new jobs may be created globally due to new climate policies and commitments, with the International Labor Organization (ILO) estimating that 24 million jobs worldwide could be created by the green economy by 2030. Companies will need talent with green skills to meet commitments and achieve their climate and sustainability goals.
By Dr. Guo Peiyuan Co-Founder and General Manager, SynTao
Every year since 2013, SynTao, CECP’s Global Exchange Mainland China and Hong Kong country partner has forecast the top 10 corporate social responsibility (CSR) trends in the country, providing a professional guideline for companies to undertake social responsibility and helping companies shape and update CSR strategies and activities.
Here are the 2021 Top 10 CSR Trends in China:
Trend 1: A better business blueprint in the 14th Five-Year Plan
Research shows ESG performance is strongly predictive of long-term value creation and financial performance, when a sector-specific approach is maintained
NEW YORK, March 22, 2021 /3BL Media/-As the world begins to emerge from under the weight of multiple crises, investors are seeking more effective and efficient ESG (environment, social, governance) communications directly from companies, which include a longer-term strategy and vision.
By Patricia Loyola, Management and Corporate Social Investment Director, Comunitas, Brazil
Brazil and the world were deeply challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic. Last year, Brazil had faced an unprecedented sanitary global crisis that widened the social and economic gap, which presented unique opportunities for innovation.
The urgency and gravity of the situation motivated all sectors of the economy to act in a systemic and integrated way, according to their potential. The Brazilian corporate response was focused mainly on strengthening income generation of the most vulnerable families and supporting public health.