Corporate Citizenship Briefing is probably the world’s longest-running regular publication on responsible and sustainable business issues. Researched and written by practitioners, it aims to give managers in companies the insights they need to be effective in their jobs. It also offers a window on the world of corporate responsibility and sustainability to the many stakeholders in governments, NGOs, think-tanks and academia who work with business on solutions to the big issues of the day.
For more information please visit: ccbriefing.corporate-citizenship.com
ClimateCare is changing the way governments and business tackle climate and development challenges. We believe that climate change, poverty and sustainable development are so interlinked that they cannot be tackled in isolation. And, given the size of the challenges, we cannot rely solely on government aid to solve them.
Businesses, governments and civil society must work collectively to deliver the speed and scale of change required to support a sustainable future.
From our offices in the UK and Africa, we work with hundreds of organisations to deliver integrated Climate+Care programmes which protect the environment and improve lives. To date we’ve improved life for over 6 million people whilst cutting 16.5 million tonnes of carbon emissions and we’ve set an ambitious vision for 2020.
For more information please visit: www.climatecare.org
We are the worldwide alliance of environment and sustainability professionals. We believe there’s a practical way to a bright future for everyone, and that our profession has a critical role to play. Ours is an independent network of more than 15,000 people in over 100 countries, working together to make our businesses and organisations future-proof. Belonging gives us each the knowledge, connections, recognition, support and opportunities we need to lead collective change, with IEMA’s global sustainability standards as our benchmark. By mobilising our expertise we will continue to challenge norms, influence governments, drive new kinds of enterprise, inspire communities and show how to achieve measurable change on a global scale. This is how we will realise our bold vision: transforming the world to sustainability.
For more information please visit: www.iema.net
Forum for the Future is an independent non-profit that works globally with business, government and others to solve complex sustainability challenges. We believe it is critical to reinvent the key systems we rely on to shape a brighter future and innovate for long-term success. We have a 20-year track record of working in partnership with pioneering partners such as Unilever, PepsiCo, Skanska, AkzoNobel and Telefonica O2. We advise and challenge these organisations, both in one to one partnerships, and also as part of multi-stakeholder collaborations to address system-wide challenges. Forum was voted one of the world’s leading sustainable development NGOs in the 2016 Globescan/SustainAbility Sustainability Leaders Survey.
The Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (ICRS) is the UK’s professional body for everyone committed to responsible and sustainable business. Established by practitioners for practitioners, the Institute ensures that individuals and organisations in the corporate responsibility and sustainability sector have the recognition and support they need to be brilliant in their work. It offers two types of membership: individual and organisational. It helps individual members develop their careers by setting professional standards, qualifying their experience, recognising their achievements and supporting them through continuing professional development. It enables organisational members to build their CRS capacity by hosting regular events, seminars and meet ups where members can share best practice with other like-minded companies, expand their professional networks and demonstrate their organisation’s commitment to responsible and sustainable business. The ICRS secretariat is provided by Carnstone Partners LLP.
For more information please visit: www.icrs.info