Results for Speaking Out

The acquisition approach

The acquisition approach

March 31, 2006 L'Oreal's acquisition of the Body Shop has caused a bit of a stir. But is this latest acquisition of an ethical brand by a multinational a positive step towards the integration of CSR, asks Lucie Sinclair in her latest Communicator column? Read more >
The Practitioner – March

The Practitioner – March

February 27, 2006 Mike Kelly takes a look at what March has to offer. The awards season is well and truly upon us, while FairTrade fortnight and International Womens Day offer ample opportunities to promote internal programmes. Read more >
The Practitioner – February

The Practitioner – February

February 13, 2006 In the first of a series, KPMG head of CSR Mike Kelly provides us with some practical insights into the current issues facing corporate social responsibility professionals. Read more >
Investors: does CSR really pay?

Investors: does CSR really pay?

November 22, 2005 As more and more interest focuses on the stock market's role in promoting CSR, we argue that the best case for socially responsible funds is an ethical, not financial one. Read more >
S.E.E. the power of business

S.E.E. the power of business

November 01, 2005 Major US companies are backing a new initiative asking if business has the power to make a difference. Critics pan the 'flexible' approach to metrics, but the focus on measuring real social impacts is a positive development. Read more >
Cause related marketing in the dock

Cause related marketing in the dock

October 01, 2005 Which? magazine went on the rampage in early December with a sudden attack on Tesco's "Computers for Schools" scheme, now approaching it's eleventh year. Tesco's marketing director, Tim Mason, speaks up for cause-related marketing Read more >
Environmental management

Environmental management

July 01, 2005 Environmental management activities are multiplying across the private sector as climate change rises on the world's agenda. Toby Kent examines some innovative programmes. Read more >
The environment is dead

The environment is dead

July 01, 2005

Civil society's organisations and institutions are likely to undergo an upheaval as we scale up responses to environmental issues like climate change. This should be seen as an opportunity, argues John Elkington.

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