What's the business driver for sustainability initiatives? Beyond a small group of no-brainers, many companies are struggling to justify investing in green projects. Embracing a new definition what's valuable can help chart the path forward.
A report published last week called "Rate the Raters" found many areas for improvement in the quality and transparency of sustainability ratings. As the co-director of one such rating, here's why I believe the scrutiny can only help.
Before the Deepwater Horizon crisis, the now-shamed oil giant had been repeatedly held up as a shining example of successful sustainability reporting -- how can the business world rebuild trust in CSR reports?
Last week, we released the sustainability rankings of the world's largest oil and gas companies. Despite the skepticism of whether the industry can ever be green, there are plenty of reasons to rank their sustainability efforts.
Tech companies, in California and across the world, are among the highest-ranking firms in a new sustainability assessment. But while some of these companies are strong on initiatives, the industry lacks systematic, holistic approaches to greening.