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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Air Miles for Social Change: Andrew Souvaliotis
|October 21, 2010
Majority of organizations On October 21st, 2010, 3BL Media's Lorraine Smith interviews Andrew Souvaliotis, Chief Impact Officer and General Manager at Air Miles for Social Change.
He discusses three kinds of companies: majority doing something, being compliant e.g. travelling less, maybe even buying carbon offsets. Minority due more, strategic players actually transform and alter their DNA to making themselves different to adapt to changing world such as climate change. Smaller group, transformative, do all compliant and strategic changing what they make, on top of that they look at how they can change the world around them.
Inhibitor to collaboration? Reputational Risk.
EarthSayer Andrew Souvaliotis
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