by Lydia Miller, Senior Vice President at Dana Investment Advisors
The last decade was quite a remarkable period for renewable energy growth. In 2019, estimates indicate new capacity additions were slightly more than 70 percent renewables and over half of newly commissioned utility-scale renewable power generation provided electricity at a lower cost than the cheapest new fossil fuel powered source.
Melissa Powell, Head of Business for Peace at the UN Global Compact, tells Corporate Citizenship Briefing that business has ingrained reasons to help advance peace, and highlights how a growing group of companies are working toward creating stability in conflict-areas.
By: Gary Lawrence, Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer at AECOM
I’m sorry to trot out the old chestnut about “what gets measured is what gets managed,” but this last week has been a trying game of numbers for me. As I head toward the weekend, I am once again forced to question the utility of so much of what we spend our time measuring.
From where we are standing today, the key questions are:
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) New York, NY - August 8, 2011 - Under the direction of Founder and Chief Creative Officer Kenneth Cole, for nearly 30 years the brand has made a statement through its iconic, provocative voice. This September, with the launch of a new, interactive digital platform (“WHERE DO YOU STAND?”), the company will return to what it does best: sparking a dialogue about important social issues, and encouraging individuals to get involved. The platform, which is the start of a larger ongoing initiative, will function as a virtual community hub for discussion and debate, and
Fashion designer Kenneth Cole’s latest project isn’t a line of shoes or a fall collection: it’s a new site, “Where Do You Stand,” that aims to spark debate on social issues, from gun control to same-sex marriage.