Sustainability Strategy

 
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Integrated Thinking by Integrated Doing

Mid-November, the 2015 results of the Dutch Transparency Benchmark were released. The benchmark is an annual research since 2004 on the content and quality of corporate social responsibility reports of Netherlands-based companies. Its goal is to provide transparency and promote the development of corporate social reporting among the largest companies.
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GRI Changes the Game of Sustainability Reporting

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) revealed its new ambitions for the future in order to catalyze the next era of sustainability reporting. With its new 2015-2020 strategy, the pioneer of the sustainability reporting process, extends the scope from sustainability reporting to focusing on capturing value opportunities. Herewith GRI wants to empower companies to leverage their capabilities and competences towards building a more sustainable economy and society. The new GRI strategy is an urgent call to escape from the Reporting Trap, where companies get stuck in box-checking issues when it comes to sustainability, and actually create value from societal issues.
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McDonald's Ambitious Targets for 2020

Although McDonald’s is not typically perceived as one of the frontrunners in sustainability, it has built up a sound track record recognized by leading benchmarks such as the Dow Jones Sustainability Index, Great Place to Work, and Fortune. Over the past few years, the company has been working on a global sustainability framework and collaborated with stakeholders to define goals for the year 2020. Where is the company on its sustainability journey and how is McDonald’s collaborating with locally operating companies?
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Pushing boundaries for a global impact

International Sustainable Campus Network 2014 Conference

Leveraging collective action for global impact is the theme for the International Sustainable Campus Framework (ISCN) 2014 Conference on June 1-4. In partnership with Harvard University and the Massachusetss Institute of Technology (MIT), the ISCN organizes its event in Cambridge, one of the most famous innovation hubs in the United States.
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