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    Build supplier capacity and empowerment in the automotive industry

    In 2018, Drive Sustainability will offer a total of 11 supplier training sessions in Hungary, Spain and Thailand. Drive Sustainability’s local network in China will also hold 4 training sessions in Beijing and Shanghai.

    The members of Drive Sustainability - a global partnership between 10...

    Tuesday, May 15, 2018
    OECD Policy Note 'Better Business for 2030: Putting the SDGs at the Core'

    OECD has published the Policy Note 'Better Business for 2030: Putting the SDGs at the Core' with examples of companies in various sectors that have integrated the SDGs in their strategies. Its possible to read examples of how CSR Europe's corporate members Huawei, Johnson & Johnsen, and...

    Tuesday, May 8, 2018
    Japan Business Federation aligns its code of conduct with the SDGs

    Keidanren, the Japan Business Federation, has revised their Charter of Corporate Behaviour to deliver on the SDGs.

    This will be done through the realisation of ‘Society 5.0’, a future society, in which economic growth is linked to solutions for global and local challenges, such as health...

    Monday, December 18, 2017
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    NSF 391.1 sustainability standard for professional services firms now open for public comment

    The new NSF 391.1: Sustainability Assessment Criteria for Professional Services is now open for public comment, allowing companies in the professional services sector to achieve certification that demonstrates they are operating sustainably.

    It is designed as a performance and results-based...

    Tuesday, October 24, 2017
    Chinese CCCMC and CSR Europe to cooperate on supply chain sustainability

    The China Chamber of Commerce for Metals, Minerals and Chemical Importers (CCCMC) and CSR Europe have decided to cooperate on the sustainability supply chain in the raw materials sector.

    This cooperation involves:

    • Sharing and exchanging information and experiences
    • Promoting engagement...
    Tuesday, September 12, 2017
    Take part in CSR Europe and GlobeScan’s SDGs research

    We are currently expanding our research on Business and the SDGs in partnership with GlobeScan.

    For this purpose we would like to ask companies to participate in our short survey of European business experts to explore how European companies are engaging with the Sustainable Development Goals...

    Monday, April 3, 2017
    Take part in OECD public consultation on due diligence guidance for responsible business conduct

    Businesses can play a major role in contributing to economic, environmental and social progress, especially when they minimise the adverse impacts of their operations, supply chains and other business relationships.

    The OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises recommend that enterprises...

    Thursday, December 22, 2016
    Take part in CSR Europe's survey on the SDGs

    In collaboration with CSR Forum Japan, CSR Europe is running a survey among companies and organisations about their perspectives towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

    The purpose of this survey is to create a mapping of how the SDGs are part of current business practice and to make a...

    Monday, December 12, 2016
    Praise Awards 2016

    As part of the PRAISE project, ETSC (European Transport Safety Council) presents annual awards in recognition of organisations that have made an outstanding commitment to improving work-related road safety.

    The competition is divided into three separate categories according to the size and...

    Saturday, June 18, 2016
    CSR Europe's member companies amongst the #50MostInnovative

    CSR Europe's member companies have been named amongst the #50MostInnovative of 2015.

    The interactive guide shows the changes to The Boston Consulting Group’s list of the most innovative companies - now in its tenth year.

    In the Stories tab, you can explore four categories of change in...

    Thursday, February 11, 2016

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