Monsanto 2016 Sustainability Report Marks Substantial Progress Against Goals
Monsanto Company has released its 2016 Sustainability Report, Growing Better Together. Highlights include Monsanto’s actions to mitigate and adapt to climate change through collaborative efforts, the advancement of its... Full story
Parker 2016 Sustainability Report Demonstrates Local Impact of Global Commitment to Responsible Operations
Parker Hannifin, the global leader in motion and control technologies, recently formalized a sustainability framework focused on three key areas where the company has an opportunity to maximize the impact of its efforts: people, planet and... Full story
Reports & Announcements
UK-based international tea brand Twinings publishes its 2016 Social Impact Report which brings to life the stories of the people behind a cup of tea, from Chrissy, a smallholder tea farmer in Malawi, and Khiyoli, a young girl living on a tea estate in Assam, to Shankar, who works in a factory in Delhi.
With digital and data transforming industries and empowering audiences, companies are battling to find new ways to build trust and reputation, engage and influence stakeholders while protecting against data breaches.
VisionFund International, World Vision's network of over 30 microfinance institutions across Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe, presents its 2016 Social Performance Report.
DONG Energy has decided that by 2023, coal will no longer be used as fuel at the company's power stations. The decision goes hand in hand with the aim to reduce CO2 emissions in power and heat generation with 96% as compared to 2006. Read about how they are working to materialize this vision in their 2016 Sustainability Report “Energy for a sustainable future”.
If the Sustainable Development Goals are to be met, business will have to play a major role. The UNDP programme says ‘Achieving the SDGs requires the partnership of governments, private sector, civil society and citizens alike to make sure we leave a better planet for future generations’.
Novartis has published its Corporate Responsibility (CR) Performance Report for 2016. This year’s report provides even more context on the company’s CR performance, as well as views and comments on trends and challenges within the healthcare industry.
ANZ has released its 2016 Corporate Sustainability Review, which reports on how it is tackling its most material sustainability issues.
Macsween’s approach to business is influenced by a three generation, 60 year tradition of growth, responsibility and innovation. Over the past 10 years, as Managing Directors, James & Jo Macsween have developed this further; marrying family values with new products, progressive employment practices and environmental systems. Since 2008, they have published a regular report that summarises their strategy and performance, inviting comment and feedback from anyone with an interest in what they do.