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Global Stewardship at Work report Issued by CalSTRS

Global Stewardship at Work: CalSTRS

The Global Stewardship at Work report, its 2015—16 sustainability report. was released by the California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS). This is the third year the system published the report, which is based on the Global Reporting Initiative G4 Guidelines. In 2015, CalSTRS became the first U.S. public pension plan to issue a sustainability report that met the […]

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Report from CII Winter Meeting: ESG

Even in Washington, the numbers are impressive. The Council of Institutional Investors, who met in Washington DC this week, represents 23 trillion (with a t) dollars, mostly made up of retirement and other savings of working families. Compare that to the entire budget of the US government, less than two trillion a year. Like most […]

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Boardroom Issues of the Future

Boardroom Issues of the Future

Boardroom Issues of the Future is Part 2 of my coverage of Directors Forum 2017 in San Diego, which was billed as Directors, Management, & Shareholders in Dialogue. I was also hoping to learn more about President Donald J. Trump and how his administration might impact corporate governance. See Part I. As usual, the Directors Forum was under Chatham […]

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Directors Forum 2014: Morning Sessions

Below are some notes I took during the morning sessions at the Corporate Directors Forum 2014, held on the beautiful campus of the University of San Diego, January 26-28, 2014. This year, I was only able to attend on January 27th. The program was subject to the Chatham House Rule, so there will be little in the way of attribution […]

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My Notes from Ceres Conference 2013

Let’s just label these notes as “for entertainment purposes only.” Attending the conference was a real pleasure. Unfortunately, I was too busy catching up with people to take more than impressionistic notes at a few of the discussions. Prepare to be frightened about global climate change and our irresponsibly slow pace addressing the catastrophic consequences […]

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Help in Achieving CSR & Sustainability Awards and Recognition

Governance & Accountability Institute (G&A), a strategies and consulting firm focusing on Sustainability and 3BL Media, the leading distributor of Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability, Health, and Energy news and content, announced G&A Institute’s Awards & Recognition Program yesterday. G&A Institute inaugurated its Awards & Recognitions program to assist client companies in navigating the increasing number of leadership awards and […]

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Most S&P 500 Companies Now Reporting on ESG Issues

(Reuters, 18 December 2012) The number of S&P 500 and Fortune 500 companies managing and reporting performance on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues more than doubled from 2010 to 2011, according to an analysis by Governance & Accountability Institute. G&A Institute, the data partner for the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) in the US, UK and Ireland, says […]

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Financial Sustainability: Restoring Market Stability, Corporate Value & Public Trust (ICGN Mid-Year 2010)

Disclaimer: Given Dodd-Frank, proxy plumbing and all those comments I want to provide the SEC, the report below doesn’t do the ICGN Mid-Year Conference justice.  I wrote this up more than a week later with poor notes and memory. Comments, corrections and substitute photos are solicited. Sharing Perspectives Across the Atlantic. Phil Angelides, Lord McFall […]

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GRI Conference Report

On the eve of Memorial Day weekend, here is some relevant reading from Marcy Murninghan.  As many of you know, the GRI just completed its biennial conference, and by all accounts, it was magnificent.  Some highlights: During the Opening Plenary, GRI’s Chief Executive Ernst Ligteringen outlined two goals for the next decade. Firstly, GRI proposes […]

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April 2009 Special News Supplement: Ceres 2009

I hadn’t been to a Ceres conference in far too long. This national network of investors, companies, environmental organizations and other public interest groups working to address sustainability challenges such as global climate change is celebrating its 20th anniversary. While most continue using a model of unsustainable growth, Ceres members push forward. Just a few […]

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