Today's corporations are more connected than ever to the communities, supply chains and environments they impact, and visionary corporate leaders are recognizing their obligation to all segments of society who together make their work possible. Invest in companies working to protect and promote the interests of all stakeholders.
Companies and citizens alike, we all share one planet. Invest in companies who manage and minimize their environmental impact.
Employees are the lifeblood of every company. Invest in companies who invest in their employees through competitive wages, training opportunities, and other supportive programs.
The value exchange between companies and their customers is a two-way street. Invest in companies creating products that are beneficial, safe, and satisfying.
Invest in companies creating partnerships on all fronts; from supporting human rights, to advancing transparency and corporate ethics, to protecting our planet.
A strong company requires a strong network of suppliers. Invest in companies who support strong ethical, environmental, and safety standards throughout their supply chain.
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Owens Corning is a global company that produces insulation, roofing, and fiberglass composites with headquarters in Toledo, Ohio, United States. Owen Corning encourages and recognizes its 17,000 employees’ giving and volunteerism through programs like the Global Volunteer of the Year Award, Dependent Employee Scholarship Program, and Enhancing Lives Grants. The company encourages their global locations to participate in one or more community service projects each year and has achieved 82% participation rate for last year. In 207, Owen Corning has reduced 61% of its toxic air emissions, 48% of its Greenhouse gas emissions, and 20% of its consumed energy.
Intel Corporation is an American multinational corporation and technology company with headquarters in Santa Clara, California, United States. Approximately 87% of the employees at Intel work in technical roles. As of 2017, Intel’s Learning and Development initiative registered approximately 2 million total learning hours and about 200,000 learners receiving the training. Intel uses a range of methods and inputs to identify priority topics and emerging issues from their stake holders: CSR online and social media channels, ESG investor outreach meetings, meetings with governments, and human rights impact assessment and ethics and compliance processes. Intel’s operations in the U.S. continue to be 100% green power and have a 73% green power globally.
Eastman Chemical Company is a global specialty chemical company that produces advanced materials, chemicals and fibers for everyday purposes with headquarters in Kingsport, Tennessee, United States. The Eastman team works hard to minimize their environmental footprint by conserving natural resources, inventing more efficient production methods, and developing chemistries that use renewable raw materials. Eastman became a member of the Consortium for Ocean Leadership and partnered with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Eastman uses an internal reporting mechanism to ensure that all fines and penalties associated with noncompliance with environmental laws and regulations are captured in one place.
Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational technology company that develops, manufactures, licenses, support and sells computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services with headquarters in Redmond, Washington, United States. Last year, Microsoft donated $1.4 billion in software and services to NGOs who are addressing important societal issues around the world. Microsoft’s employees donated $158 million to NGOs who serve communities where employees, customers, and their families live and work. The company is helping close the computer science gap by having 1000+ technology volunteers partner with teachers to bring computer science education to 13,000 students in 344 U.S. high schools.
Hasbro, Inc. is an American multinational toy and board game company and the largest toy maker in the world by market value with headquarters in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, United States. 94% of Hasbro employees engaged in volunteer services in 2017 and 38% of Hasbro’s 13-member board are female directors. Hasbro ranked number one on the 2017 100 Best Corporate Citizens list by CR magazine and ranked in the “Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality” list. 90% of the company’s paper packaging and inbox content comes from recycled material or from sources that practice sustainable forest management.
Cisco Systems, Inc. is an American multinational technology conglomerate that develops, manufactures and sells networking hardware, telecommunications equipment and other high-tech services and products with headquarters in San Jose, California, United States. Cisco’s Supplier Code of Conduct requires their suppliers to have mechanisms in place to allow workers to file, track, and resolve formal grievances. Cisco also worked with their strategic suppliers to build up a green supply-chain in mainland China and minimize environmental impact when producing Cisco products and components. The company launched an executive sponsorship program for Cisco’s top U.S. diverse suppliers, with 26 pairs of Cisco executives and diverse suppliers meeting over an 18-month period.
International Business Machines Corporation is an American multinational information technology company that produces and sells computer hardware, software, and provides cloud and artificial intelligence services with headquarters in Amonk, New York, United States. IBM Health Corps is a social impact program through which IBM woks with health organizations to address urgent public health needs around the world. Launched in 2016, the program has eight projects to date. IBM awarded 2,800 cash grants worth a combined $3.8 million in 2017 to schools and community organizations where IBM employees volunteer. In 2017, IBM expanded their participation in the EU Cloud Code of Conduct to cover 24 additional services to establish prudent standards to safeguard customer data. The company has also certified more than 160 offerings to date for compliance with Privacy Shield.
Xerox Corporation is a global corporation that sells print and digital document products and services with headquarters in Norwalk, Connecticut, United States. Beginning at their new hire orientation, Xerox employees are made aware of company-wide environment, health and safety requirements. Global programs, such as Energy Challenge, Environmental Faces of Xerox, Sustainable You, Xerox Earth Awards and Zero Injury, engage Xerox’s employees throughout the company. In 2016, Xerox achieved two of their 2020 corporate goals by reducing energy use and greenhouse gas emissions by 20% from a 2012 baseline and ensuring 100 percent of newly launched eligible products achieved EPEAT® and ENERGY STAR® certification. In the U.S. and Canada, Xerox maintains a cooperative and effective relationship with five unions that represent nearly 1,500 employees (1.3%) in eight locations.
The Clorox Company is an American global manufacturer and marketer of consumer and professional products with headquarters in Oakland, California, United States. With an approximate of 8,700 employees worldwide, Clorox has a footprint across 25 countries and 6 continents. In 2011, the company integrated corporate social responsibility reporting. In 2015, the company became a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact, a large corporate responsibility initiative. As of 2018, Clorox has reduced its carbon footprint by 32%, its energy consumption by 17%, and its water consumption by 22%. Clorox has done a total impact of $19.7M USD on community initiatives with employee volunteer hours, corporate products donations, and cause-marketing contributions.