Reports & Announcements
A new sense of urgency and confidence is sweeping through the corporate social responsibility community, according to an annual review of CSR trends in 2005.
Corporate support is being sought for a new initiative to revolutionize the way in which emergency relief supplies are delivered worldwide.
Go-Ahead, the UK-based transport operator, has had to weigh up some tough environmental and social choices in the last 12 months.
For the first time, Coca-Cola has produced a Corporate Responsibility Review covering its operations in Great Britain. The Review provides an overview of how the Coca-Cola system is run in Great Britain and covers the operations of two separate businesses, Coca-Cola Great Britain and Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd.
The BBC's Corporate Social Responsibility Review for 2005 has taken on a fresh magazine style format, featuring stories on how the corporation is living up to its corporate citizenship commitments in line with its public purposes and agreed statement of CSR principles.
One of Japan's largest insurance and financial groups, Sompo Japan Insurance, has launched its fourth annual report on its corporate social responsibility activities.
The household products company SC Johnson has received the US Presidential Award for Corporate Leadership.
Mobile phone company O2 is donating £10 ($17.70 equivalent) to charity for each person that provides it with feedback on its latest Corporate Responsibility Report 2005.