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Sustainability Reporting | Inside The Issues 6.3
 
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In episode three of season six, CIGI Fellow Jason Thistlethwaite joins CIGI Senior Fellow and co-host Andrew Thompson for a discussion on the governance of sustainability reporting. Thistlethwaite discusses the historic emergence and purpose of sustainability reporting — a way for companies to measure and communicate their environmental, social and governance performance.
GRI Standards & Integrated Reporting - Embedding Sustainability Into Business Operations
 
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Coordinated by GRI and the IIRC, the Corporate Leadership Group on Integrated Reporting is a peer learning forum where businesses are exploring the best ways to use the GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards to produce the sustainability disclosures for their integrated reports. Watch this video to find out why so many leading companies have joined this group and what they hope to gain from the process. Read more: http://bit.ly/2suvzEF © 2017 | 3BL Media/GRI | All Rights Reserved
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Beyond CSR & Sustainability Reporting
 
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A snapshot of some of the elements that can be included in your CSR/sustainability reporting, the stakeholders it's worth involving and how you can move beyond reporting to really drive momentum in the company. Dawn from Clarity Sustainability shares her experiences. Part 31 of the Sustainaffinity series: www.think-sustainability.co.uk/sustain-affinity
Corporate Social Responsibility & Wesfarmers Ltd
 
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This video is prepared during/for a university research project. The video is based on Sustainability Reporting in Accounting and Wesfarmers Ltd, a multinational giant has been used as the subject company. The purpose of this video is solely educational and authors does not intend to get any financial gains out of it. The facts stated in the video have been found by thorough research. All media (videos, photos and music) is either royalty free or a proper source have been quoted down below. The opinions and the critical approach is the individuals own observation based theory and does not represent the thoughts of any organisation. If someone may have a concern, should contact the author through the YouTube page. Australian Ethical (2015) Why we don't invest in Coles or Woolworths. Australian Ethical, 26 Feb, . Bunnings (2016) Bunnings UK. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHn3PpE7od3_apyBCW_thw. Coles Supermarket (2014) Coles Supermarkets: Ep. 1 Office 365. online: YouTube. Kmart Australia (2015) Working at Kmart Australia as a Store Team Member. online: YouTube. Limited (2017) Bunnings St. Albans Store - Drone's Eye View. online: YouTube. Limited (2016) Our Future. Online: Vimeo. Officeworks Australia (2016) Restoring Australia with Officeworks. online: YouTube. Target Australia (2016) Target Chadstone Flagship Store Grand Opening. online: YouTube. Wesfarmers (2016) 2016 Sustainability Report. Australia: Wesfarmers. Wesfarmers Limited (2016a) Managing Director’s Overview. Online: Vimeo. Wesfarmers Limited (2016b) Our Sustainability Reporting. Available at: http://sustainability.wesfarmers.com.au/our-approach/our-sustainability-reporting/. Banerjee, S. B. (2008). Corporate social responsibility : the good, the bad and the ugly. Critical Sociology. Retrieved from http://ezproxy.uws.edu.au/login?url=http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0896920507084623
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Biggest Corporate Scandals Documentary
 
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In the age of big business, it seems that everyone is looking for ways to make more money, acquire more power, and be more successful. However, from start-up companies to corporate empires that stretch back centuries, the temptations of greed and power often lead to corruption, fraud, unfair business practices, loophole-hunting, and even murder.
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HKEX Seminar for Issuers on ESG Reporting Guide
 
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HKEX held a special training session for listed issuers on its new Environmental, Social and Governance Reporting Guide on 22 March, 2016.
Views: 613 HKEX Group
3 Utilities Investing in Sustainability
 
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Dominion Resources, Southern Company, and Duke Energy are poised to create value from a focus on environmental, social, and governance issues. For all Morningstar videos: http://www.morningstar.com/cover/videocenter.aspx
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Social responsibility lessons from the mining sector - Alan Hibben
 
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Alan Hibben goes into detail around social responsibility lessons from the mining sector.
Views: 301 Deloitte Canada
Roundtable on Corporate Responsibility
 
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A roundtable discussion featuring invited Corporate Social Responsibility Officers and Technology Officers from industry.
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Sustainability Report 2013
 
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CH2M HILL launches its 2013 Sustainability Report and shares examples of how it is making a positive impact through project work and internal operations.
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The Global Supply of Critical Materials:  Assessing and Tracking Critical Mineral Commodities
 
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No country in the world produces all of the mineral resources necessary for modern society. International trade plays a critical role in providing these raw materials, forming a global network of production, export, import, and use. This network must continuously adapt to national and international developments in science, technology, politics, and economics. As a result, information on the global flow of raw materials plays a fundamental role in improving national and international resilience to potential supply disruptions and market changes. This is the first presentation from the AGI Critical Issues webinar, "Tracking the Global Supply of Critical Materials". This webinar focuses on U.S. and European Union (EU) efforts to gather information and develop tools that can be used to ensure a secure national and global supply of mineral resources; identify and quantify vulnerabilities in this supply; and stimulate national and international co-operation, education and outreach, and innovation in the development, recycling, and substitution of key mineral resources. Our speakers include: Nedal Nassar, Chief, Materials Flow Analysis Section, National Minerals Information Center, U.S. Geological Survey Vitor Correia, President, European Federation of Geologists, and co-ordinator of the EU’s INTRAW project This webinar is co-sponsored by the American Geophysical Union, American Institute of Professional Geologists, Australian Institute of Geoscientists, European Federation of Geologists, Geological Society of Africa, Geological Society of London, Geoscience Information Society, Mineralogical Society of America, and Society of Economic Geologists, with media partnership from the U.S. Geological Survey. For more information: www.americangeosciences.org/policy-critical-issues/webinars
Bob Rae on Corporate Social Responsibility - Leaders In Mining Speakers Series
 
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Corporate Social Responsibility & The Ring of Fire January 28, 2016 Speaker: Bob Rae, Senior Partner, Olthuis Kleer Townshend LLP Moderator: Kyle Stanfield, Director, Environment & Sustainability, New Gold Inc. Launched in November 2015, the Leaders in Mining Speakers Series presents a dynamic roster of speakers who make a difference in the mining industry globally. Our aim for the series is to present topical issues reflective of industry today. For for information or to learn more please visit: http://lassondeinstitute.utoronto.ca/leaders-in-mining-speakers-series/ To learn more about the Lassonde Institute of Mining at the University of Toronto visit: http://lassondeinstitute.utoronto.ca/
IsoMetrix Australia- Governance Risk and Compliance Suite
 
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IsoMetrix covers the full GRC spectrum, from Occupational Health and Safety and Environmental Management, to Quality, Enterprise Risk Management, Legal Compliance and Sustainability. Codes such as the King Report on Corporate Governance, and reporting standards such as GRI, are compelling companies to manage issues of governance and sustainability in a more formal way. IsoMetrix enables companies to replace a myriad of point solutions and paper and spreadsheet-based systems, with a fully integrated, web-based solution that provides comprehensive dashboards for clear visibility over areas of risk and non-compliance. The agile technology IsoMetrix is built on provides Metrix with a strong competitive advantage, enabling us to provided tailored solutions to customer requirements, and add new modules to our existing suite, in a fraction of the time required by a conventional software development approach.
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Global Corporate Sustainability Strategies Symposium, Andrew Hoffman. Part 3 of 8
 
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Don't think of climate change as an environmental issue, think of it as a market shift. In fact, you can be completely agnostic about the science of the issue and still recognize it as a business issue that has import for your markets, cost of capital, operational efficiency etc. In this presentation Andrew Hoffman will present a structure by which leading companies have developed strategies to understand and assess the implications of climate change for their competitive strategy. Speaker Speaker Andrew J. Hoffman.
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TEDxGuelphU- Ben Bradshaw "Environmental Governance"
 
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Ben's research broadly seeks to identify the economic, political and cultural determinants of environmental degradation in Western society, and the various tools of governance that might best alleviate such degradation. To date, case studies have been drawn from mining (e.g. company-community agreements, corporate social responsibility), forestry (e.g. community forestry), and agriculture (trade liberalization, climate change).
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Sustainalytics CEO Michael Jantzi on Tracking ESG Performance - CSR Report
 
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Visit http://3blmedia.com/theCSRfeed for the latest sustainability and CSR headlines. Sustainalytics is a global company and we track the environmental, social and governance performance of companies around the world. So our job is to determine what the environmental and social footprint of companies is and highlight that for investors, both individual investors and pension plans. The most important tool we have are our analysts and we have got about 60 or 70 analysts around the world, and you know I describe them as being a cross between a very traditional financial analyst using all of the tools that a financial analyst uses. But you cross a financial analyst with a private detective or an investigative journalist and that's what you have a Sustainalytics. So they are not just looking at the corporate information, they are talking to governments, they are talking to NGOs, they are talking to unions, they are talking to indigenous people, the broad range and you know it's like putting a jigsaw puzzle together, and you are putting those pieces together. So it's not just what the company says it's doing in the environmental and social area, we are actually measuring what they are doing, the performance of that company. So really people that are most important leverage point for looking what companies are doing. The history of Sustainalytics goes back 20 years, so there have been a couple of decades of invention. So the foundation of what we do is an analytical framework and we look at core indicators in the environmental, social and governance areas. And again what we try to do is on a sector basis identify right environmental and social issues a company deals with in a particular sector on a day to day basis, what risks does that company face in its ordinary business on the environmental and social front, and then we try to measure how they are going about minimizing those risks. So for an oil and gas obviously you have got large environmental challenges, like climate change and water usage and so on. Well first of all do the companies know about those risks? If they know about them what are they doing to mitigate or minimize those risks and that's really where Sustainalytics comes in measuring the gap between understanding and action. The CSR Minute is produced for 3BL Media by Video4Good: http://www.video4good.com
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The Importance of Community Relations to the Mining Sector
 
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Visit http://3blmedia.com/theCSRfeed for the latest sustainability and CSR headlines. Interview with Irene Sosa, Senior Analyst, on Sustainalytics. Part 2. Transcript: we think that the risks for community relations are going to be higher in the future. For one thing, the reserves are becoming scarce for pretty much most of the commodities. So companies are going to have to start getting into what they call higher risk areas, which means countries with poor human rights records or regions where there are indigenous communities that have never had contact with mining companies before. So some areas that pose more challenges, they will have to start to get into those areas because there is demand for the metals. At the same time, you have globalization, and the communities are getting more organized and launching lawsuits or complaints before the OECD. And there is also an increased recognition of the rights of certain groups, like indigenous groups, with the 2007 UN declaration, the Rights of Indigenous People and some more recent discussion about the Right to Free, Prior and Informed Consent. So the bar is raising, and the communities are more connected, and the companies are getting into higher risk areas. And also, because of population growth, there would be more competition over land resources and water in the future. So all these things will make community relations more important. There are more communities negotiating, what we call, Impact Benefit Agreements with indigenous communities negotiating. It was called Impact and Benefit Agreements with mining companies. So those are enforceable formal agreements between a mining company and the community, and they commit the company to provide jobs, business opportunities, even training so that they can work at the mine and seize those business opportunities, and in some cases, even royalty sharing or lump sum payments for projects that are going to take place on indigenous land. Now as I said, that's the case mostly in Australia and in Canada because there is -- particularly in the territories that have a high number of original people or indigenous people, and there is either a legal or a de facto requirement that companies have to negotiate that. So for example, if you go to Canada, in Nunavut, when you want to develop a mine in Nunavut, you have to negotiate an Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreement. It's a law. In other places, like Northwest Territories, it's not a legal requirement; however, you pretty much have to have them on board if you want to develop a mine there. So there is a de facto expectation. And in Australia, same thing, like there are places where this is pretty common and companies are expected to enter into those agreements. Now you have those same companies going to Peru, for example, who are reluctant to get into similar formal agreements with local communities, and I raise Peru for example because right now it's a hotspot for tensions between mining companies and communities. So I think we still have a long way to go in terms of implementing those best practices. But for sure, like those agreements, if you had thought of them 40 years ago, we would have made some progress there. And the communities can benefit significantly from those agreements. For more information on these and other stories, go to http://www.csrminute.com. The CSR Report is produced for 3BL Media by Video4Good: http://www.video4good.com
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Good Governance: Jonathan Challenges Leaders On Performance
 
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Sanquelim Reclamation Mines - Vedanta Sesa Goa Initiative
 
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Vedanta is a globally diversified natural resources company with low cost operations. We empower our people to drive excellence and innovation to create value for our stakeholders. We demonstrate world-class standards of governance, safety, sustainability and social responsibility. We strive to build a sustaining economy in the surrounding region, to ensure that a positive legacy remains after the mine’s operations have ceased. At Vedanta mines only leave behind a positive legacy. An Industry trend setter for mine closure – Sanquelim Iron Ore Mine.
Why Sustainability Reporting Matters Q&A
 
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By exploring both experience and current practice, this session brings together leading reporting practitioners to share their views on the role, relevance and importance of sustainability reporting in the advancement of sustainable development. Panelists: Dan Rubenstein,CA, MA, President, Scales of Governance and IISD Research Associate; Andre Martinuzzi, Professor and Director, Research Institute for Managing Sustainability, Vienna University of Economics and Business; and Valerie Chort, National Leader, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability Practice, Deloitte Canada.
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ETHICS: G Fisher, Chevron: Part 2. How Chevron Moved into CSR
 
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November 12, 2010. Gary Fisher, Chevron: How Chevron moved into social responsibility; definition of corporate social responsibility (CSR). Gary Fisher, General Manager, Corporate Public Policy, Chevron Corp., speaks on the role of corporate social responsibility. To find out more about the College of Business Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative, please visit us at http://business.nmsu.edu/programs-centers/daniels-ethics.
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CSR Report: Sustainability in the Natural Resources Sector
 
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CSR Report Special Edition: Sustainability in the Natural Resources Sector Watch this and other CSR Report podcasts: http://3blmedia.com/3bltv.
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Companies under pressure to use environmental sustainability practices
 
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Following the Volkswagen emissions scandal, companies across the globe are coming under increased scrutiny for flouting environmental laws. Fortunately, this has not dampened momentum in the move toward eco-friendly business practices. CCTV's Sumitra Nydoo looks at one South African company that has successfully implemented comprehensive green strategies.
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Sustainalytics CEO Michael Jantzi on the Return on Responsible Investing - CSR Report
 
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Visit http://3blmedia.com/theCSRfeed for the latest sustainability and CSR headlines. In the investment game nobody can assure anybody of anything especially in these times, but I mean you are absolutely right and I think you have identified the most enduring myth with responsible investment or social responsible investment that if you want to invest on the one hand for an environmental or social purpose that's fine but you are not going to make money, because that's on the entire other end of the spectrum. And I have spent the last 20 years telling people that they are not on opposite ends of the spectrum. Social environmental responsibility and financial return are sitting shoulder to shoulder with one another. And the interesting thing is think about how the world has changed today, and now you see the largest, more sophisticated investors in the world integrating environmental and social issues into their investment process, because they believe it makes them smarter investors. How can we invest in a mining company that's operating in multiple countries around the world without understanding the geopolitical realities of those markets? How can a mining company ignore the communities in which they operate? They depend on that license to operate in those communities. How can an oil and gas company operate in a medium to longer term environment, without understanding the impacts it's having in the climate change debate or without dealing with health and safety issues? Investors now understand that the world has changed and these things that 10 years ago, 15 years ago, used to be thought of outside of the financial rubric are now core business decision making and think of it as an iceberg and if you think of a company is an iceberg my argument is that if you are only looking at the traditional financial ratios that investment managers have used for decades you are only seeing the tip of the iceberg, that part that's above the surface of the water. Today 75% of the value of that company isn't immediately evident, it sits below the surface. And investment managers whether their pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, mutual fund managers or individual stock brokers need a better sonar to really understand the companies that they are investing in. And we think that in evaluation of an environmental and social aspects of business helps in form that decision a whole lot better. The CSR Report is produced for 3BL Media by Video4Good: http://www.video4good.com
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Responsible Investing Workshop: Learn the Basics of SRI
 
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Sustainable and Responsible Investing (SRI) is a rapidly growing investing space. Industry expert Sara E. Murphy presents the history, drivers, and trends in this industry, with examples, anecdotes, and suggestions for learner engagement. Visit http://greenleadersdc.com to learn more. Connect with GreenLeaders DC: FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/greenleadersdc Twitter: https://twitter.com/greenleadersdc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/greenleaders-dc?trk=top_nav_home YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvTK0xzVoiJfPzpG6rDMsZQ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/1/105935346110277226775/about We had a great session and discussion on sustainable and responsible investment. Workshop leader Sara E. Murphy took us through the background and current trends in the space, and presented some of the key issues that would be relevant to various levels of students (beginning vs. advanced/graduate levels), and what specific points could help make the financial case for pursuing sustainable business paths. Some key points included: Students' roles as consumers and how that impacts companies' decisions to "go green" The importance of showing results and accountability (whether in investing or learning) The role of moral questions when discussing sustainable investing concepts (recommended or not?) Using financial concepts and examples to make a connection with students History of Responsible Investing It began as a religious movement using an exclusionary process that eliminated investment that did not fit with the investor’s values. SRI has now evolved into an engine for seeking out investment opportunities. SRI is currently a powerful value-adding investment strategy if managed correctly SRI: A Victim of its own success? 15 years ago, analysis was easy. Then SRI became the world’s most quickly growing asset class. Many companies want to wear the responsible investing mantle. This makes the analyst’s job a nightmare. SRI has suffered some of the same issues as the organic food label, as standards and claims are difficult to verify with certainty. State of Responsible Investing Today To get a clear sense of what role SRI plays in the broader market and for individuals, it’s helpful to consider the basic premise of investing. Investment, in the purest sense of the word, is the act of buying a piece of a company to promote its growth over time. Long­-term investment necessarily requires sustainability, in the purest sense of that word. It’s important to ask basic questions to put metrics and data in context. Managing Risk Climate Change: You may not think it’s a risk, but the SEC now requires disclosure in annual filings. Other risks include: Unburnable Carbon & Stranded Assets affect coal, oil, and gas companies Social License to Operate affect mining, forestry, and other extractive companies Reputation Risk, Supply chain ignorance, and brand damage affects all companies Seizing Opportunity The agricultural and energy impacts of climate change converge to bolster new industries such as Carbon Capture & Storage, Energy Efficiency, and Future Grid. Example: Rio Tinto’s now has enhanced Social License to Operate built on community consultation, an unexpected opportunity. Food for Thought (or Indigestion) Some of the most egregious abuses barely register in stock prices. Examples include Chevron and the Ecuadorian disgrace, Shell and the wasting of the Niger River Delta, and Monsanto and the war on small farmers. Discussion question: If it doesn’t hurt the stock price, does it matter? The Big $6 Million Question Does SRI create outperformance? It can, and it’s been demonstrated. But it is incredibly difficult to evaluate, as no two approaches are quite alike. Generally, companies that report on sustainability slightly outperform, but it is a tall order to isolate any single variable to explain stock price movement. Other Important SRI Issues Proxy voting, shareholder resolutions, and activist investors Top-down vs. bottom-up analysis Data providers, checklists, and the role of metrics
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An Interview with Dr. Julius Kipng'etich CEO Uchumi, Corporate Governance
 
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Dr. Julius Kipng'etich, Uchumi Full Year Earnings, Governance, @NSEKenya, The King of Fresh, Africa Supermarkets,, Jonathan Ciano, Ethics and corporate governance
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Corporate Watchdog Unleashed
 
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In the wake of corporate collapse and broken lives, ASIC will begin covert investigations into dodgy financial operators.
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Business reacts to Molefe's reinstatement
 
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Business organisations have condemned the news that - from Monday - Brian Molefe will be back at Eskom. The Black Management Forum says his reinstatement makes a mockery of black leadership. Business Leadership South Africa says Eskom's decision makes a mockery of Molefe's words about leaving Eskom in the interest of the country and good governance. Business Unity South Africa - BUSA - says the decision of the Eskom board flies in the face of the Public Protectors' report and is not in line with accountable and ethical leadership. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Joe Franses, VP of Sustainability, Coca-Cola European Partners: 2017 Stakeholder Progress Report
 
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Joe Franses reflects on the progress made in 2017 since the launch of This is Forward: Coca-Cola European Partner’s joint sustainability action plan with The Coca-Cola Company in Western Europe that sets out commitments across six areas including drinks, packaging, and society.
Dangote Cement Plc Reports 60% Increase in Production.
 
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Dangote Cement Plc, Sub-Sahara's Africa leading cement producer, as part of its Corporate Governance principle, engaged the Nigerian capital market on its H1 2014 financial performance. It was an opportunity for the GMD of Dangote Plc Mr D.V.G Edwin to speak further on the operations, market outlook,investment and expansion plans. Mr Edwin in his presentation highlighted the new plants to be built in Shagamu and Gboko, as well as the plan to connect a 500km pipeline to explore the huge gas reserve from Qua Iboe terminal to enable gas supply for its production. Notable financial analyst Mr Bismark Rewane in his assessment affirmed that the Dangote Cement Plc showed a positive trend and a worth while brand for investment, considering the huge infrastructural demands in Africa, that requires its market.
Views: 474 WebTV Nigeria
Mining in Colombia and Latin America: Panel 4: Due diligence and accountability - Shanta Martin
 
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12-11-12 Human Rights Consortium http://www.sas.ac.uk/ http://events.sas.ac.uk/isa/events/view/12859/Mining+in+Colombia+and+Latin+America%3A+will+the+UN+Guiding+Principles+on+Business+and+Human+Rights+improve+accountability%3F Mining in Colombia and Latin America: will the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights improve accountability? Panel 4: Due diligence and accountability in practice This panel will examine where and how changes can be made to improve 'due diligence.' It will assess how the due diligence requirements of the Guiding Principles can address methods of company reporting and prior consultation and rebalance the relationship between profit and the rights of people, local communities and the environment. The discussion will take into account judicial and non-judicial mechanisms for communities wishing to hold companies to account for their behaviour in third countries in order to address the remedy principle, looking especially at Colombia as an example of business investing in areas of conflict. Shanta Martin - Solicitor, Leigh Day and Co, previously Head of Business and Human Rights at Amnesty International The UK will launch its initial strategy on implementation of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in September 2012 and this conference will provide an opportunity to discuss and debate this strategy, to engage with the UK government on how it can best fulfil its commitment to 'Protect, Respect and Remedy', and with corporations on their ideas for the implementation of responsible mining practices and due diligence requirements. Issues of natural resource governance are invariably at the centre of development and human rights debates as the extractive sector represents a growing part of Latin American economies. In Colombia, the government has identified the mining and energy sector as a key component of its current National Development Plan and one of the 'backbones of the Colombian economy'. What changes can be made to take into account the voices of local indigenous, afro-Colombian and campesino communities? What are the challenges for companies investing in countries with poor human rights records and how are they meeting them? How is human rights due diligence seen from a Southern perspective? What difference could the UN Guiding Principles make and what concrete actions should governments be taking to improve the mining industry's environmental and social performance? Tackling these questions will be experts from a range of disciplines and key public bodies, including scholars, practitioners, and policy-makers, as well as representatives from the legal sector and mining industry. We are pleased to welcome indigenous and campesino community leaders from Colombia, including Embera and Awá indigenous peoples, to share the impact mining is having on their communities.
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TWO days MDP on Corporate Social Responsibility for Sustainable Business
 
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Programme Director: Dr. Poonam Kumar Asia-Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi with TUV Rheinland, organized Two Day Management development programme on Corporate Social Responsibility for sustainability business, on 17-18th January 2013 at its MDP Center --Takshila, New Delhi. The workshop was well organized with a combination of presentations, detailed case studies, interactive group discussions and practical sessions. The workshop was aimed with a detail discussion on current CSR guidelines and its outcome with a combination of revised DPE, ISO 26000 and sustainable reporting with Indian and International CSR Experts. The workshop also included global trends driving corporate responsibility, discussion on how the leading companies have responded, and what they have gained. The workshop began with an inauguration and Keynote address on objective and Need of CSR by Mr. Vimal Kumar (CSR-Head BHEL), Programme Director --Dr. Poonam Kumar, Dr. D K Batra (Director AIM Delhi) and Prof B D Singh (Dean Executive AIM Delhi) .
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Corporate Accountability, Part 1
 
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Do you think corporate accountability is a Bible doctrine? That is, do you think you as an individual can be held responsible for the sins of others? The answer from inspiration may surprise you.
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Gold Market in Dubai
 
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BBC TV Channel has presented a brief report to shed the light on gold market in Dubai, which came a hub for gold trade. BBC TV has interviewed Munir Al Kaloti, President of Kaloti Jewellery Group, and talked with him about this issue. http://www.kalotipm.com/ http://www.kalotico.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/kaloti-jewellery-international-group https://www.facebook.com/KalotiPreciousMetals/ https://twitter.com/KalotiMetals https://kalotipreciousmetalsdmcc.blogspot.com There are 1 clipping(s) in 1 part(s) with summary available in: English Published on: 27/04/2013 Translation Request Name: BBC World Country: United Kingdom Link to original source of video http://portal.mediawatchme.com/pages/client/item/?ID=32f67777-adee-440c-ae6e-553d2551eb36&LID=1&XP=2013\04\27\32f67777-adee-440c-ae6e-553d2551eb36.xml Kaloti Conflict Responsibility is at the forefront of our corporate strategy and has a vital place in moulding our societal impact. As one of the aspects that drives and improves performance at Kaloti, Corporate Social Responsibility is a key contributor to our Corporate Brand Equity and an essential consideration of our manufacturing philosophy. At Kaloti, responsible business and sustainability is regulated through the governance system and our workforce ensures that sustainability is part of our day to day business activities. We monitor and measure performance of our CSR activities through external reviews and certifications by Environmental, Municipality, and Quality Standard Institutions including ISO, Dubai Municipality, and OHSAS. As a result of our efforts to boast this approach and bearing testimony to our expertise in sustainability, Suriname government has selected us as a partner of choice in developing the gold refining industry in the region and driving economic development through establishment of the first gold refinery and mint house in the country. This venture will modernize the gold industry in Suriname and will engage the local resources, workforce, gold miners, and associated stakeholders towards realization of this vision for shared value creation. Responsible Sourcing of Gold: We are strong endorsers of OECD responsible sourcing guidelines and encourage our supply chain partners and stakeholders to align their policies with responsible sourcing guidelines for conflict free gold. Green Environment: Kaloti gold refinery in Sharja, U.A.E. is a leader in bringing technology for Control of Harmful Emissions in precious metals manufacturing. Our refinery is ISO 14001:2004 qualified for waste management. Our energy conservation team has implemented efficient energy management practices and control of our carbon footprint is an on-going process. Community Involvement: We are sponsors of charity schemes initiated by Welfare Associations aimed at education and development of refugees in the region. Our own educational programme annually awards 15 full university scholarships to talented and needy students in the region. Under our Innovation Award programme we provide the youth of the region to enter innovation competitions and grants USD 50,000/- to successful applicants. As part of philanthropic initiatives, we routinely sponsor events aimed at youth development and welfare of the handicapped and underprivileged in Dubai. Workplace Development: Our refinery is ISO 14001:2004 certified for Health & Safety Management and we have initiated many more programmes for welfare of our work force in the areas of education, vocational training, emergency assistance, and fire and hazardous material management. Child Labour: KPM will not tolerate the use of unlawful child labor or forced labor in the gold mining and will not accept gold from suppliers and miners that employ or utilize child labor or forced labor in any manner.
Granular Corporate Transparency
 
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A short poem on corporate transparency
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Mike Dickson - CSR Framework
 
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Rainmaker Foundation connects people and organisations with any cause they care about, harnessing resources to help make the biggest impact. Find out more about Rainmaker Foundation's CSR workshop on: http://bit.ly/CSR-promo http://bit.ly/HC-CSR http://bit.ly/Neal-CSR http://bit.ly/MD-casestudy http://bit.ly/MD-framework Produced by: http://www.onehundredeighty.co.uk
Alison Taylor – Sustainability and the Future of Business Ethics
 
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Large corporations have traditionally treated business ethics as primarily an issue of legal compliance, while sustainability teams focus on philanthropy, environmental responsibility, and reporting. However, public trust in business is at an historic low, and companies are increasingly asked to respond to stakeholder concerns over issues such as inequality, transparency, corruption, human rights, and climate change. Taylor will examine current corporate approaches to these larger ethical questions, and propose some ideas for how they might evolve in future. Alison Taylor leads BSR’s energy and extractives practice and co-leads the sustainability management practice. She focuses on approaches to sustainability through risk management, strategy, stakeholder engagement, transparency, ethics and governance, and organizational change. Previously, Taylor was a senior managing director at Control Risks, where she helped companies operate with integrity, particularly in high-risk environments. She has also worked at Transparency International, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and IHS Global Insight. Taylor holds an MA in international relations from the University of Chicago, an MA in organizational psychology from Columbia University, and a BA in modern history from Balliol College, Oxford University.
CWS-boco Corporate Responsibility Clip Update 2015
 
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Sustainability is a core component of the CWS-boco business model and something we live every day. As an international provider of comprehensive services for washrooms and offering a rental service for mats and workwear, we wash our items time and time again. This means that our customers receive fresh textiles prepared in an environmentally friendly way from CWS-boco every day. Explore, how CWS-boco can also support your organizations sustainability performance. This reflects our mission statement: "serving you - serving nature". Please find more information under www.cws-boco.com/en-US/sustainability
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Corporate Social Responsibility - Vale Canada
 
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At Vale's Canadian operations we believe that the mines we dig are more than just holes in the ground. They're the foundation of something bigger, a lasting partnership that we help build with the communities we and our 7000 Canadian employees call home. We've always believed it's important to put as much back into our communities as what we take out of the ground. The deeper we dig down, the more broadly we extend our reach. Here are just a few of the Corporate Social Responsibility efforts we are committed to.
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Delta Employees Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity CSR Minute for September 18, 2012
 
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1,800 Delta employees from across the country with partner with Habitat for Humanity to build affordable houses in five of the airline's hub cities. From now until October 26th, Delta volunteers will help build housing in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York City, and Salt Lake City. Delta has partnered with Habitat since 2000 with its Force for Global Good program to make a difference in the communities where the company's employees live and work. Bell Canada Enterprises, the largest communications company in Canada, has received a perfect 10-10 rating from Governance Metrics International in its global corporate governance study. BCE is one of only 43 companies to achieve this highest score, putting it into the top one percent of all companies measured. BCE is also included in several leading global sustainability indices including the FTSE4 ["footsie"for] Good Global Index and the Jantzi Social Index. The International Council on Mining and Metals has held a workshop at the World Conservation Congress on how the extractives sector interacts with the world's unique areas for biological and cultural diversity. The workshop, presented in partnership with UNESCO and the International Union for Conservation of Nature, follows the publication of an independent report on the relationship between the extractives sector and natural World Heritage sites.
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Global Compact Network Canada opens Toronto Stock Exchange, June 12, 2017
 
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Helle Bank Jorgensen, President, B. Accountability and the Global Compact Network Canada (GCNC), joined Tanya Rowntree, VP, Sales, TSX Trust Company, to open the market. The Global Compact Network Canada (GCNC), is the Canadian Network of the United Nations Global Compact – a global voluntary corporate sustainability initiative. The GCNC, in collaboration with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), Statistics Canada, TELUS, and eRevalue, is offering full-day training on June 12, 2017 in Toronto, to provide professionals with an opportunity to learn from industry leaders and experts on how to report on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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EuroMax CEO discusses company's ambition to build shareholder value
 
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EuroMax CEO Mark Gustafson tells Proactive Investors that it remains focused on gold and copper exploration in the resource rich region of Bulgaria, Macedonia and Serbia, but the corporate strategy has shifted to building shareholder value through exploration and bringing in partners with deeper pockets.
Business Opportunities in Vietnam - Cơ hội kinh doanh tại Việt Nam
 
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www.stalker.vn - Natural Ground Roasted Coffee - Cà phê rang xay nguyên chất Vietnam's economic freedom score is 51, making its economy the 140th freest in the 2013 Index. Its score is 0.3 point worse than last year, with declines in monetary freedom, labor freedom, and trade freedom overshadowing improvements in control of government spending, business freedom, and freedom from corruption. Vietnam is ranked 30th out of 41 countries in the Asia--Pacific region, and its overall score is lower than the world and regional averages. The Vietnamese economy has weathered the global economic downturn relatively well. Capitalizing on its measured integration into the global trade and investment system, the country has slowly been transforming itself into a more market-oriented economy. Reforms include partial privatization of state-owned enterprises, modernization of the trade regime, and increasing recognition of private property rights. The rule of law remains an issue, a remnant of decades of Communism. The court system is inefficient, and the protection of intellectual property has been a major area of contention in international trade negotiations. A lack of democratic governance and accountability continues to perpetuate systemic corruption. BACKGROUND The Socialist Republic of Vietnam continues to experience political repression and a lack of respect for basic human rights. Economic liberalization began in 1986 with its doi moi reforms, and Vietnam joined the World Trade Organization in 2007. In April 2012, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung affirmed his commitment to reforming the state sector, pushing for partial privatizations after support for state-owned enterprises largely backfired. The government is slowly liberalizing key economic sectors, including financial institutions, and is part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade negotiations. Vietnam's fast-growing economy is driven primarily by tourism and exports, but inflation is a problem, and the country has struggled to attract more investment in the absence of a transparent legal and regulatory system. RULE OF LAWVIEW METHODOLOGY Property Rights 15.0 Create a Graph using this measurement Freedom From Corruption 29.0 Create a Graph using this measurement The judicial system is not independent and lacks efficiency. Private property rights are not strongly respected, and resolution of disputes can take years. Infringement of intellectual property rights is common. Corruption is due in large part to a lack of transparency and media freedom, but systems for holding officials accountable for their actions are inadequate as well. Many companies report having to pay bribes for customs clearances. LIMITED GOVERNMENTVIEW METHODOLOGY Government Spending 72.4 Create a Graph using this measurement Fiscal Freedom 75.6 Create a Graph using this measurement The top income tax rate is 35 percent, and the top corporate tax rate is 25 percent. Other taxes include a value-added tax (VAT) and a property tax. The overall tax burden equals 24.3 percent of total domestic income. Government spending is equivalent to 30.3 percent of GDP. Deficits have been persistently high, but public debt has remained at around 38 percent of GDP. A huge stimulus package in 2009 has threatened fiscal health. REGULATORY EFFICIENCYVIEW METHODOLOGY Business Freedom 63.8 Create a Graph using this measurement Labor Freedom 65.5 Create a Graph using this measurement Monetary Freedom 65.3 Create a Graph using this measurement Despite ongoing reform efforts, the overall regulatory framework lacks efficiency. Although no minimum capital is required, starting a business still takes more than the world average of 30 days and seven procedures. Completing licensing requirements still takes more than 100 days. The labor market remains dominated by the public sector, but there is considerable informal labor activity. Inflation has spiked, damaging monetary stability. OPEN MARKETSVIEW METHODOLOGY Trade Freedom 78.6 Create a Graph using this measurement Investment Freedom 15.0 Create a Graph using this measurement Financial Freedom 30.0 Create a Graph using this measurement The trade-weighted average tariff rate is 5.7 percent, with some additional non-tariff barriers limiting more dynamic gains from trade. Despite a desire to attract more foreign investment, the investment regime lacks efficiency, and flows are severely hampered by various restrictions. The financial sector continues to expand, with capital markets evolving. Directed lending by state-owned commercial banks has been scaled back in recent years.
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Transparency Counts
 
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Government revenues from natural resources have often been criticised for being badly managed, veiled in secrecy and fraught with corruption. Over the past decade, this picture has been changing. A coalition of 50 countries and 50 of the largest oil, gas and mining companies is now working together with civil society to improve transparency in the management of natural resources. In 33 resource-rich countries, companies and governments have committed to publish what they pay and receive, through implementing the global standard that is the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative. Citizens in these countries can now find out how much their governments receive from their natural resources, and hold them to account.
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Catherine Ferrie, Coordinator of Advanced Studies in Corporate Social Responsibility
 
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"International Environmental Governance and the Private Sector" A Lecture by Dr .Catherine Ferrier, Coordinator Certificate of Advanced Studies in Corporate Social Responsibility, University of Geneva The International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy in Geneva 2012 "Cultural Diplomacy & Sustainable Development" The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (Geneva, June 13-15th, 2012) The Center for Cultural Diplomacy Studies - Publications Institute for Cultural Diplomacy www.ccds-berlin.de www.culturaldiplomacy.org Follow us on Facebook http://on.fb.me/ZfCwv0
The Chancellor's Annual Faculty Seminar: Global Environmental Governance 2012
 
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Part 4 of 4: Maria Ivanova, Assistant Professor Conflict Resolution, Human Security, and Global Governance Global governance, international organizations and their performance, climate change governance, United States foreign environmental policy, United Nations reform, sustainability on campuses and in organizations, roles of individuals in organizations and institutions, Financing International Environmental Governance, Global Governance in the 21st Century, Institutional Design and UNEP Reform http://umb.libguides.com/governance2012
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Stakeholder Engagement
 
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Paul Maclean and Christian Matossian present at the 2007 Sudbury Mining & The Environment Conference.
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SAS Viya - Experience Your New Possible
 
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