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Complement Your Giving With Impact Investing

Individual Americans gave $241.3 billion to charities in 2013, the most recent year for which data are available. They gave even more to their future selves, investing some $300 billion in their retirement accounts. Clearly, $241 billion in donations has the potential to accomplish a lot of good. But what about the investments?
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There is No Trade-Off Between Profit and Purpose

There is No Trade-Off Between Profit and Purpose

Why do businesses exist? To earn profits, or to serve a purpose? For shareholders, or for society, customers, employees, or the environment?
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CSV and the SDGs - Creating Shared Value Meets the Sustainable Development Goals

CSV and the SDGs - Creating Shared Value Meets the Sustainable Development Goals

Creating Shared Value (CSV) is the business model that will accelerate the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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Big Data and AI in Corporate Transparency

Big Data and AI in Corporate Transparency

The dawn of the Internet was a revolution in how it restructured the landscape of the economy and society around a network structure. It became a new medium for commerce, finance, power and culture, and changed our perception of time and space. We now live in a globalized and connected world where information flows at the speed of light. In an age where data shapes almost every aspect of our lives.
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Tech, Trump and the New CSR Movement

It’s becoming very clear that President Trump has a problem with tech. In the past few weeks, many of the world’s biggest tech companies have joined forces to protest his temporary immigration ban on seven, mostly-Muslim, countries.
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CSR Matters: Now is the Time for Purpose-Driven Companies to Lead

CSR Matters: Now is the Time for Purpose-Driven Companies to Lead

If you believed Donald Trump’s election as President would bring about less pressure on companies to maintain their bold CSR commitments, you were sorely mistaken.
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Our SDGS: from 2015 through 2016 to 2017

Our SDGS: from 2015 through 2016 to 2017

In August 2015, 193 countries agreed on the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which replaced the millennium goals set in September 2000. At the UN Sustainable Development Summit at the end of September they were presented in New York under the name: Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
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 Sustainability as a human right

Sustainability as a human right

You may ask why sustainability is a human right. The answer is simple of you just consider that the lives of our children and their children acutely depend on our decisions today. You should consider the following questions are: Is it a human right to live with dignity?
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