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Novelis to Convert All Beverage Can Sheet to High-Recycled Content Evercan

Novelis says it will convert all of its beverage can body sheet production to its evercan sheet — certified high-recycled content aluminum for beverage cans —by the end of 2017. Novelis president and CEO Phil Martens announced this commitment yesterday at JPMorgan Chase’s Chief Sustainability Officers Summit in New York. … Read more »

Banking Industry Should Address Climate Risk, Report Says

The banking industry has not successfully integrated climate change risk into its long-term strategic planning, or understood the implications for its business operations, according to a report by Boston Common Asset Management. The report, Financing Climate Change: Carbon Risk in the Banking Sector, warns investors may unwittingly be investing in … Read more »

CSR Websites ‘Do Little’ To Change Consumer Perception

CSR Websites ‘Do Little’ To Change Consumer Perception

Corporate social responsibility websites do little to change people’s opinions of corporations, according to a study by research group Change Sciences. Corporate Social Responsibility Web Site User Experience 2014 compares 12 major companies’ CSR efforts by analyzing what people did while exploring the sites and how they felt about the experience. In the end, … Read more »


Accenture, Mattel and Campbell Soup Among ‘Top 10 Corporate Citizens’

Accenture, Mattel and Campbell Soup are among the best corporate citizens, according to the third annual Top 10 rankings by Corporate Responsibility Magazine. CR Magazine ranked the Top 10 Best Corporate Citizens by industry in 10 sectors. This is the third year that CR Magazine recognized companies by industry, applying … Read more »

Deutsche, Goldman, JP Morgan Join NYC Carbon Challenge

Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan Chase are among 10 companies that have committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from their offices by up to 40 percent in the next 10 years. The 10 companies all signed on to an expansion of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Carbon Challenge, being launched … Read more »

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