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Valvoline Achieves Zero-Landfill Status at Facilities and Warehouses

Valvoline Achieves Zero-Landfill Status at Facilities and Warehouses

Valvoline, a global supplier of lubricants and automotive services, published its 2017 corporate social responsibility report this week. The company says it achieved zero-landfill status at 45% of blending and packaging facilities and 30% of warehouses.

World’s Largest General Veterinary Practice Cuts Waste, Saves Costs

World’s Largest General Veterinary Practice Cuts Waste, Saves Costs

Banfield Pet Hospital, the world’s largest general veterinary practice, reduced its carbon footprint, cut waste, and saved on hospital costs in 2017, according to their newly published CSR report.

Symantec Reduces GHG Emissions, Shares Challenges, Invites Action

Symantec Reduces GHG Emissions, Shares Challenges, Invites Action

Cyber security company Symantec Corporation reduced GHG emissions by 15% in fiscal year 2017, surpassing its 3% annual reduction target. The company’s VP of corporate responsibility, Cecily Joseph, shares challenges, pinpoints solutions, and gives an unusual call to action.

Study: Leading CSR Rankings Lack Consistency, Transparency

Study: Leading CSR Rankings Lack Consistency, Transparency

Although it may sound impressive, getting included in a well-known list of the most sustainable corporations in the world might not actually mean that much. An analysis in the current issue of The CPA Journal asks whether sustainability rankings are consistent across three leading publications that rank them. According to … Read more »

Consumers (Especially Millennials) Still Significantly Suspicious of CSR Motives: Harris Poll

Consumers (Especially Millennials) Still Significantly Suspicious of CSR Motives: Harris Poll

  With reputation a top concern among companies in terms of maintaining and increasing market share, it may come as an unpleasant surprise to find that a large portion of consumers say that when companies develop corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs, they only do so to bolster their image. According … Read more »

Hasbro, Intel, Microsoft Top List of 100 Best Corporate Citizens

Hasbro, Intel, Microsoft Top List of 100 Best Corporate Citizens

Hasbro, Intel and Microsoft top the new list of 100 Best Corporate Citizens released today by Corporate Responsibility Magazine. Altria Group, Campbell Soup Co., Cisco Systems, Accenture, Hormel Foods, Lockheed Martin, and Ecolab round out the top 10. The list was compiled by documenting 260 data points of disclosure and performance measures … Read more »

Aflac Says Recognition for CSR Is Good Business, but Not All Companies Agree

Aflac Says Recognition for CSR Is Good Business, but Not All Companies Agree

Aflac said its commitment to corporate social responsibility is “good for business,” but in a recent Aflac survey on CSR, the company found that fewer than half of CSR executives focus on using CSR to drive sales (38%), social media engagement (32%), or investor interest (26%).

Companies Are Responding to Shareholder Calls to be More Sustainable

Stakeholders want companies to disclose what they are doing to run their operations in a cleaner fashion and to benefit their communities, especially when it comes to things like carbon reductions and waste management.

Materiality Assessments in 4 Simple Steps

Materiality Assessments in 4 Simple Steps

Materiality plays a key role in corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability programs. Materiality helps firms define and determine the business, social and environmental topics that matter most to its business and stakeholders, according to Intelex, an environmental, health and safety management software provider. Materiality is also something that 80 … Read more »

Google

The Best CSR Reputations in the World Ranked

Google has the best corporate social responsibility reputation, topping the Reputation Institute’s annual Global CSR RepTrak 100 ranking for the second year in a row. BMW took the no. 2 spot, with the Walt Disney Company coming in third, Microsoft ranking fourth and Daimler in fifth. Rounding out the top … Read more »

Dump CSR Departments, Says BP’s Ex-Chief

Companies should get rid of their corporate social responsibility and public relations departments, according to Lord Browne, the former chief executive of BP. As PR Week reports, Browne was promoting his soon-to-be published book, Connect, on Radio 4’s Today program. The book says managers should take responsibility for their companies … Read more »

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