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Why the Private Sector Must Kickstart Global Partnerships (published by Huffington Post, 10.09.2015)

Author : Serra Titiz Saturday, October 10, 2015

Is it possible to reverse climate change? Alleviate poverty? Abolish discrimination or corruption? Reaching these goals will require collective efforts involving not only grand promises but implementation, along with the human and financial resources to set in motion solutions for a better world, as laid out by the new Sustainable Development agenda.

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Hesap Lütfen...

Author : Salim Kadıbeşegil Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Bu yazı “hesap verilebilirliğin” kaçınılmaz olarak değerler hiyerarşisinde tek başına üst sıralara tırmanmakta olduğunu vurgulamak için İç Denetim Enstitüsü’nün dönemsel yayının kış 2015 sayısı için kaleme alınmıştı. Değerler basamağında hızla “bir numaraya” çıkmakta olan “hesap verilebilirliğin” önemini vurgulayan yazı aslında, ekonomiden siyasete, toplumsal duyarlılıklardan bireysel davranışlara kadar hepimizi yakından ilgilendiriyor.

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Binyıl Kalkınma Hedeflerinden Sürdürülebilir Kalkınma Hedeflerine

Author : Özge Bitik Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Binyıl Kalkınma Hedefleri; Birleşmiş Milletler tarafından ilan edilmiş,  uluslararası kalkınmaya katkıda bulunmayı amaçlayan hedefler olarak biliniyor. 193 ülke ve 23 uluslararası şirket bu hedeflerin gerçekleştirilmesi doğrultusunda yardım etmek için söz vermiş. 2000 yılında ilan edilen Binyıl ya da bir diğer ifadeyle Milenyum Kalkınma Hedefleri’nin süresi 2015 senesi sonunda dolacak. Peki süresi dolan hedefler yerine ne gelecek?

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Where to Start?

Author : Serra Titiz Thursday, January 1, 2015

For social innovation to come, you need to relate yourself to the problem and you have to have the passion to pursue the tedious path that awaits you.

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Sustainability Reporting Using GRI: Lessons Learned

Author : Mehrdad Nazari Sunday, November 1, 2009

Sustainability reporting in mining has grown dramatically in the last couple of years, especially since the industry converged around the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the world’s most widely used sustainability reporting framework.

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Open for Discussion?

Author : Jonathan Ballantine Monday, October 5, 2009

The digital revolution presents a golden opportunity for any company wanting to engage with stakeholders on sustainability issues. Consumers, NGOs & Employees are already using a wide range of available social media.

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Rebuilding trust through stakeholder engagement

Author : Jonathan Ballantine Monday, October 5, 2009

Part One - Why stakeholder engagement matters?
In the past few years CR has undergone a major surgical facelift and is no longer seen as a fluffy element of business or as an exercise in philanthropy. As part of this transformation NGOs are now seen as partners rather than threats, public relations has become transparency, and philanthropy is simply the cost of doing business. CR has become a hardnosed business decision that provides tangible evidence to all stakeholders that an organization recognizes the physical, regulatory, reputational and litigation risks created by its operational footprint

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CSR Myths Popular misconceptions on Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility

Author : Wayne Visser Friday, August 7, 2009

In an article published by Ethical Corporation, I set out to explode 7 myths about corporate sustainability and responsibility (CSR). Most of these myths exist as a result of the feeding frenzy that inevitably occurs every time the media has hunted down and sunk its teeth into one or other juicy story of corporate exploitation. The myths are also sustained, however, by whole legions of largely well-intentioned people who have vested interests in promoting their particular brand of the truth about CSR.

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The Long Tail of Corporate Social Responsibility

Author : Wayne Visser Friday, August 7, 2009

I recently read The Long Tail, by Chris Anderson and it started me thinking: What is the Long Tail of CSR? The Long Tail – named after the extended tail of a statistical distribution curve -is the idea that selling less to more people is big business. It’s the business model that has spawned the most successful companies of the Web 2.0 age. The Long Tail questions the conventional wisdom that says success is about generating ‘blockbusters’ and ‘superstars’ – those rare few products and services that become runaway bestsellers.

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The Future of Investing in Environmental Markets

Author : Will Oulton Monday, July 27, 2009

The impact of climate change is set to alter the shape of the global economy over the coming years and as a result of this there is an expectation that the environmental technologies sector will benefit and grow, providing both attractive and long term investment opportunities for global investors.

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Rebuilding trust through stakeholder engagement

Author : Jonathan Ballantine Sunday, May 10, 2009

Part One - Why stakeholder engagement matters?
In the past few years CR has undergone a major surgical facelift and is no longer seen as a fluffy element of business or as an exercise in philanthropy. As part of this transformation NGOs are now seen as partners rather than threats, public relations has become transparency, and philanthropy is simply the cost of doing business. CR has become a hardnosed business decision that provides tangible evidence to all stakeholders that an organization recognizes the physical, regulatory, reputational and litigation risks created by its operational footprint.

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  • Open for Discussion?

    Author : Jonathan Ballantine
    Monday, October 5, 2009
  • Where to Start?

    Author : Serra Titiz
    Thursday, January 1, 2015
  • The Long Tail of Corporate Social Responsibility

    Author : Wayne Visser
    Friday, August 7, 2009
  • Binyıl Kalkınma Hedeflerinden Sürdürülebilir Kalkınma Hedeflerine

    Author : Özge Bitik
    Tuesday, August 18, 2015