Canadian Business for Social Responsibility (CBSR) holds annual meetings on Corporate Social Responseibility (CSR). Interviews at the 2010 and 2011 conferences formed the basis for establishing a special collection on Canadian Social Responsibility. It's 2011 theme was Canadian Business as a Global Citizen.
Founded in 1995, Canadian Business for Social Responsibility (CBSR) is a business-led non-profit learning organization and consultancy that mobilizes Canadian companies to make powerful business decisions that improve performance and contribute to a better world.
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Why Going Green is Good Business by Jim Harris
|November 06, 2011
On October 26th, 2011 Lorraine Smith of 3BL Media caught up with Jim Harris of Strategic Advantage, a management consulting firm, who address the reasons going green is good for profitability - reduces costs, raises revenue, and mitigates risks.
EarthSayer Jim Harris
Creating Shared Value Tim Brown of Nestle Canada Inc.
Energy, Water and Packaging by Nikos Koumettis of Coca-Cola Ltd
Claude Ouimet, Senior V.P. and G.M at InterfaceFLO
Sustainability Strategy by Barbara Turley-McIntyre, Co-Operators
Strong Values and Culture by Robert Dutton
Sustainability as Business Strategy by Tania M. Carnegie, KPMG
Inclusive Business by Graham Baxter of IBLF
Air Miles for Social Change: Andrew Souvaliotis
Sustainability and Banking by Mike Pedersen
Sustainability and The Natural Step by Dr. Karl-Henrik Robert
The "How" of Embedding Sustainability by Stephanie Bertels
Sustainability and Collaboration by Adine Mees, President of CBSR
SR Commitments by Craig Stenhouse of Cenovus Energy
Building Companies that Matter by Andrew Heintzman
Embedding Social Responsibility Kaz Flinn
Working Together for Solutions by Avrim Lazar