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Coro writes frequently on a host of sustainability topics. Her insights are infused with the latest trends emerging from her own research and her work with clients in many sectors. Every post includes pragmatic tools you can use and links to more than 100 downloadable publications and resources so you can go deeper. Coro believes it’s important to share her knowledge and “tales from the trenches” with as many people or organizations as possible, with the goal of encouraging and attracting others who want to make a difference in their own work or communities.
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Corporate social responsibility is stuck. When it emerged on the scene 20 years ago, businesses and other stakeholders had high expectations for what a focus on CSR could deliver. But the reality is that neither business nor society are on track to enable nine billion people to live well within the boundaries of the planet by 2050 – let alone 2030.
Employees want more from their employer than a paycheque. They crave a sense of pride and fulfillment and want to work for a company whose values match their own.
Getting started going circular. Where can we turn for inspiration? HP is certainly one innovation leader to watch.
Now, more than ever, we need business leadership on the social issues of our time.
Dell makes its computer cases out of plastic recovered from its computers. Caterpillar remanufactures oil coolers, engine blocks and other parts, recovering 93% of their core value. TerraCycle teams up with major manufacturers to invent ways of reusing difficult-to-recycle plastics—then shares their stories.