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CDP Questionnaire: What to Expect in 2021

By Katie Secrist, Director of Strategic Partnerships and Lead Consultant The newest CDP questionnaire guidance was launched just last week for the 2021 reporting cycle. See below for key changes and what to expect for this year’s CDP reporting requirements. Climate Change Questionnaire While COVID certainly impacted the way that many of us reported climate …

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Are B Corps Really the Answer for Dismantling White Supremacy in Business?

By Katie Secrist, Director of Strategic Partnerships and Senior Sustainability Consultant  I recently attended the Pacific Northwest B Corp Leadership Development (BLD) conference, hosted by B Local PDX and was overwhelmed with the amount of passion and desire to talk about white supremacy and issues of race in the workplace.  But questions of doubt still …

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Sports and Sustainability: Finding Common Ground at GSA and Pac-12

It is becoming increasingly difficult to find common ground with “the other side,” but sports and sustainability offer a unique opportunity to bring people together. The Green Sports Alliance Summit and the Pac-12 Sustainability Conference brought together athletic business and environmental professionals for inspiring conversations on how to use sports and sustainability to tackle the …

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Many heterosexual white males simply don’t know how to engage when conversation arises about important diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) policies at work. They may or may not realize all the benefits and privilege they have, but more often than not they withdraw because they don’t know how or in what ways to support DEI efforts without further exacerbating the problem or feeling attacked. Now more than ever, it’s essential for these white males to engage and become allies on these topics.  This will help bring these discussions into the open will help foster inclusion throughout company culture, governance, and policies. Below are nine ways for allies to make tangible change and help advance diversity, inclusion and equity efforts.

How to Be a Diversity and Inclusion Ally in Corporate Responsibility

Many heterosexual white males simply don’t know how to engage when conversation arises about important diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) policies at work. They may or may not realize all the benefits and privilege they have, but more often than not they withdraw because they don’t know how or in what ways to support DEI …

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