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SOCIAL RETURN ON INVESTMENT (SROI) TRAINING #BATCH4

By | 2018-04-04T11:06:22+00:00 May 7th, 2018|

Salah satu beban psikologis para Manajer CSR di banyak perusahaan adalah "cibiran" bahwa CSR adalah Cost Center. Padahal, bukankah "monetisasi" dampak sosial yang kembali (return) ke perusahaan bagian terpenting yang membuat SROI menjadi jawabannya...? Kemudian Bagaimana anda meng-CLAIM tingkat keberhasilan program dan manfaat dana CSR yang sudah dikucurkan oleh perusahaan anda...? SROI memberikan jawaban dengan [...]

SOCIAL RETURN ON INVESTMENT (SROI) TRAINING #BATCH3

By | 2017-11-04T09:12:51+00:00 November 21st, 2017|

Salah satu beban psikologis para Manajer CSR di banyak perusahaan adalah "cibiran" bahwa CSR adalah Cost Center. Padahal, bukankah "monetisasi" dampak sosial yang kembali (return) ke perusahaan bagian terpenting yang membuat SROI menjadi jawabannya...? Kemudian Bagaimana anda meng-CLAIM tingkat keberhasilan program dan manfaat dana CSR yang sudah dikucurkan oleh perusahaan anda...? SROI memberikan jawaban dengan [...]

Corporate Case Study: The Body Shop – Setting a higher bar for offsetting

By | 2018-02-13T11:48:58+00:00 November 8th, 2016|News|

  It’s easier to trade in arms than in carbon credits, but some forest-based schemes demand stretching standards for community involvement and biodiversity Carbon offsetting is a CSR practice with a dubious reputation. Companies have been criticised for investing in projects that do not deliver the carbon savings promised, or using the schemes to avoid [...]

NGOWatch – August 2016

By | 2017-09-18T13:25:54+00:00 October 25th, 2016|News|

Human rights warning to banks, Amnesty's Myanmar anger, forced labour fears in Venezuela and rich countries lagging on SDGs Banks must consider human rights before funding projects The Coalition for Human Rights in Development, which represents 150 human rights and environmental NGOs including Oxfam, Bankwatch and Human Rights Watch (HRW), has signed a petition urging [...]

Transcending the Watershed – Putting Water at the Top of the Agenda

By | 2017-09-18T13:26:06+00:00 May 30th, 2016|News|

By Anna Swaithes, Director of Sustainable Development, SABMiller   When COP21 concluded in Paris, I was particularly struck by the lack of any mention of water in the agreement. Here we had the leaders of the world meeting to solve one of the greatest problems facing mankind and there was no evident acknowledgement of the impact that [...]

Business as Usual is Dead – How Businesses are Transcending Boundaries to Fight Climate Change

By | 2018-02-13T16:57:17+00:00 April 26th, 2016|Articles|

By Philippe Joubert, Senior Advisor, WBCSD and Chair, Corporate Leaders Group Climate change is now at the forefront of the policy agenda. The Paris climate talks have ushered a new wave of urgency; the goal is to decarbonise the world by the second half of the century and try to remain below the 1.5-degree threshold. [...]

From Addis to Davos: New Tools and Rules for Big Businesses in Sustainable Development – Business Fights Poverty

By | 2018-02-13T12:01:26+00:00 September 7th, 2015|News|

 By Matti Kohonen, Private Sector Principal Advisor, Christian Aid Addis Ababa hosted the Third UN Financing for Development conference from 13 to 16 J… Addis Ababa hosted the Third UN Financing for Development conference from 13 to 16 July to improve the quantity and quality of financial flows for development. The resulting Addis Ababa Action Agenda [...]