Corporate sustainability commitments rise, CSR action lagsBY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | FRIDAY, 8 JUN 2012 7:16AM
More than 1800 companies joined the UN Global Compact in 2011, a 54% increase over 2010 growth figures, but an annual survey showed that while signatories are building environmental and social factors into strategies and policies, there are wide gaps in translating that into operational action.Read more: human rights, Environment, anti-corruption, UN Global Compact, implementation, Rio+20, biodiversity, climate change, eco-design, emissions trading, labor rights, labour rights, supply chain, UN Conference on Sustainable Development, water footprinting
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