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Sorry IPT,  This is Not a CSR Report A Positive Attempt Fell into The Trap of Blue-washing

Sorry IPT, This is Not a CSR Report A Positive Attempt Fell into The Trap of Blue-washing

The oil and gas sector has been among the leading industries that have championed CSR worldwide, partly because of the negative effects of day-to-day operations and the resulting protests by civil-society groups and environmental advocates. Amid increased awareness and demand for sustainable solutions, oil and gas companies are jumping at the opportunity to promote and publicize their social and environmental credentials, going as far as labeling...
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Sustainable Leaders “Need to Go From Good to Great”

Sustainable Leaders “Need to Go From Good to Great”

The creation of a business culture committed to sustainability will depend on high quality leadership. Every year, Edie holds a conference in the UK to focus on sustainable business leadership – to look ahead to the emerging agenda, and to identify the current state of best practice. This year, the focus was very much influenced by the rising profile of climate change and the profound implications for how businesses create wealth. Mallen Baker...
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Sustainability In Search Of Metrics

Sustainability In Search Of Metrics

Companies worldwide struggle to measure and report how well they are “doing good” as they do well for their stakeholders.
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Yes, it is our business: how corporations can help on Sustainable Development Goals

Yes, it is our business: how corporations can help on Sustainable Development Goals

The shift in the perceived role of corporations as solely profit generators to agents for positive change has become clearer than ever before with the new UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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