The global B-Corp certified search, advisory and development firm, and co-owner of the CR Salary Survey initiative since 2007 – is the primary backer of The Sustainability Census, providing the funding and resources to drive things forward.
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Carnstone is a management consultancy specialising in ESG and sustainability, working as part of SLR Consulting, creating the CR salary survey with Acre in 2007. Based in London and Shanghai, Carnstone works with corporate clients across all sectors providing a wide range of advice covering strategy, reporting, climate change, responsible procurement and DEI.
Diversity in Sustainability is a network initiated by diverse sustainability professionals aimed at increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion within the field of sustainability. They aim to do this by equipping current and future Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) sustainability leaders with the skills, networks and resources to accelerate the transition to a sustainable and just future. They also aim to shift the industry to become more inclusive.
Led by Folkert van der Molen of Van der Molen EIS, Online Kenniscentrum Duurzaam Ondernemen (NL) is the Dutch portal for sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR). The portal attracts about 50,000+ visitors every month, and host a broad range of published (press) releases in the field of sustainability, business and CSR. It also hosts reports from companies, as well as from the media, NGOs and other sources. In July 2022, this portal was nominated for the fifth consecutive time for Website of the Year in the Sustainability category.
Established in 2009, Eco-Business is Asia Pacific’s largest media and business intelligence organisation dedicated to sustainable development and ESG performance. Their award-winning news platform delivers high quality trusted content to a senior audience around the world, while their ESG Intelligence team provides affordable advisory and training services to a wide range of organisations.
First published in 2003, Eco Voice is your go-to publication for sustainability news in Australia. Eco Voice prides itself as an independent news platform with a clear focus on sustainability, with articles coming from a diverse range of contributors – all levels of government, corporations, not-for-profits, community groups, small to medium sized businesses, universities, research organisations, together with input from international sources. Eco Voice values community, conservation and commerce. Eco Voice is a media partner of the prestigious Australian Banksia Sustainability Awards – The Peak Sustainability Awards.
The Croatian Business Council for Sustainable Development (HR PSOR) was founded to represent economic interests in sustainable development according to the Government of the Republic of Croatia, to support trends towards sustainable development in economic, political, legal and social life, and to encourage changes that will facilitate the transition to sustainable development in Croatia.
The Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (ICRS) is the UK's professional body for corporate responsibility and sustainability. Their membership reflects the breadth of CRS practitioners, from students and academics to consultants and in-house practitioners from large and small organisations.
Reconsidered is a boutique consultancy, course academy and content platform focused on ESG, corporate social responsibility, sustainability and social impact. Reconsidered is multi-cultural, woman-led and remote-first, and their core team works in partnership with a global collective of independent impact experts — a structure that allows them to stay agile and resource-efficient.
The Purpose Business was founded in 2005 to help organisations in Asia embed purpose and sustainability into business strategy and operations. Their network of globally experienced sustainability advisors is committed to helping organisations make a positive impact through mapping ESG impacts and helping scale them responsibly to future-proof businesses.
Women in Mining UK (WIM UK) is a volunteer-run, non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting the employment, retention and advancement of women in the mining sector. We offer programmes and initiatives to progress women’s professional goals and career aspirations, from university all the way to Board level. These include a scholarship programme with the Camborne School of Mines and Imperial College London, internship programme, partnership with Women on Boards UK, and numerous networking, educational and mentoring events. WIM UK publishes thought leadership articles and research as well as the biennial “100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining” (WIM100), which celebrates women’s contribution to the mining industry and identifies inspirational role models to encourage future generations of women to consider mining as a career choice. For more information about joining WIM UK, please visit our website. Membership is free and open to everyone, regardless of gender or location.
Women in Sustainability is a network for women creating positive change for a sustainable future. It helps enable women who share a common vision for the future to connect with each other, to grow their capacity, energy and leadership, to ‘be’ the change they want to see.
3BL is the world’s leading communications partner for purpose-driven organisations. Founded in 2009, 3BL’s unrivalled distribution platforms distribute environmental, social, and governance (ESG) content from leading brands to a global audience of stakeholders, including investors, media, policymakers, corporate leaders, consumers and ratings & rankings agencies.