How Corporate Responsibility will be impacted by Financial Recovery?

The response to coronavirus has resulted in many economic activities facing significant disruption and strain. Inevitably there is uncertainty and the financial impacts of the recovery process are occupying a

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The Responsible Consumer is becoming King

Never before has brand value been so intrinsically linked to the term corporate responsibility as during the recent global health crisis.  Businesses are focusing all efforts to link their activities

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What Consumers Expect of Corporate Responsibility during the Pandemic

Through the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and in its aftermath, the demonstration of successful corporate responsibility will require fostering, amongst others things, three very important attributes towards consumers and the workforce:

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Could AI make ESG data more reliable ?

There is an increasing and urgent need for greater transparency, reliability and comparability of ESG (environmental, social and governance) performance data reported by companies. ESG data has become an important

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Covid-19 will be the ultimate test for Corporate Responsibility Paths

Nikos Avlonas Center for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE)   March 19, 2020   The international emergency arising in the last few weeks following the extensive spread of the  Covid-19, also

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Most Common Misconceptions of Corporations towards Sustainability

Last years have verified that within business cycles has come to realization the importance of Sustainability in order for corporations to operate regularly, enhance their credibility and good reputation as

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The Hottest Trends on Corporate Sustainability for 2020 and Beyond  

Over the past decade, the terms Sustainability, ESG risks, Climate Change and Corporate Responsibility have become central in discussions between policymakers, company board members, media, consumers and the society in

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How can Sustainability Non-compliance affect Canadian Companies in EU?

EU companies face tough penalties for not publishing Sustainability Reports or publicly disclosing Corporate Responsibility data. The EU Directive on Non-financial and Diversity Information (Directive 2014/95/EU) can greatly affect Canadian

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Canada’s Sustainability Boom – 18 companies you may want to work for

Canada is a global leader in sustainability.  Canada has passed a revenue neutral carbon tax. Toronto is making investments to decarbonize its economy and infrastructure with contract preferences for  companies

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