In America’s Philanthropy Community, Giving Out Green is Far Too White

Jay Owen Reforming Global Finance, SRI/ESG News

 

In America’s Philanthropy Community, Giving Out Green is Far Too White

By Leon Kaye

 

Researchers crunched the numbers and concluded that in the world of philanthropy, white nonprofit leaders disproportionately benefit from such largess.

Millennials Will Force an ESG Revolution

By Ian Robertson

 

Driven in part by the activism of millennials, who choose to focus on companies aligned with their values, ESG-lens investing has surged in recent years.

A Longstanding Pandemic Response Team Helped Intel Act Swiftly in the Wake of COVID-19

By Mary Mazzoni

 

Formed nearly 20 years ago, Intel’s in-house Pandemic Response Team helped the company coordinate fast and meaningful action in the wake of COVID-19.

How Amazon May ‘Win’ in Battles Over Workers, But Risks Losing the War

By Tina Casey

 

Amazon could be in danger of confronting a loss of talent in the long term as concerns keep rising over workers’ rights during the COVID-19 crisis.

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