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Top six questions directors should ask about conflict minerals
Have your board and management considered and addressed the risks related to conflict mineral reporting? Learn what questions need to be asked now to be prepared for the new rule.
Engaged communities, thriving business
Using a community impact sustainability strategy to engage stakeholders, build community support and achieve your project’s long-term objectives.
Change brings opportunities - Turn sustainability into your competitive advantage
We work with you to create sustainable business value by evaluating the entire sustainability picture. This brochure offers information on how we can help your organization develop or improve strategies for a sustainable future.
Going Green Tables: Select Federal and Provincial Incentives
Organizations need to strike a balance between generating profits and reducing their environmental impact. Download this publication for annual federal and provincial incentives to help you embrace sustainability.
A business case for sustainability
The business case for adopting socially responsible and sustainable business practices is clear, regardless of what industry you’re in. Just look at the environmental landscape. Read our article to learn more about the impact on private companies.
Canadian Securities Administrators Staff Notice 51-333: Environmental Reporting Guidance
On October 27, 2010 the Canadian Securities Administration issued Staff Notice 51-333: Environmental Reporting Guidance (‘the Notice’). The guidance applies to current year disclosures.
CSR TRENDS 2010
This is our 4th comprehensive survey of corporate social responsibility report trends, benchmarks and best practices. This survey’s research was conducted jointly by PwC and Craib Design & Communications.
Climate Change Across the Country: Strategy Talks podcast series
This episode of the podcast series features a panel of guests speaking about the different climate change issues in a number of provinces across Canada.
Appetite for Change – The Canadian Summary
Canadian companies have a much stronger view than their US and global counterparts about the need for government to take the lead in developing effective polices for fighting climate change.
Report Ability - Spring 2010
This issue of Report Ability has an interview with Darcie Park, sustainability reporting manager at Nexen Inc., reporting statistics for 100 Canadian companies, and details on PwC’s first CS report.
Post-Copenhagen Analysis: Implications for Business
PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Sustainability and Climate Change practices have put together the following paper to look at key business topics coming out of Climate Summit in Copenhagen.
Chain of Custody Certification: Forest, Paper and Packaging Industry
PwC can help your company establish a chain of custody (CoC) process enabling you to document the origin of forest-based raw materials and track them throughout the supply chain.
Total tax contribution and corporate social responsibility of insurance companies
Panelists in PwC Insurance Club EyeOpener webcast talk about the main issues regarding total tax contribution, sustainability strategies, and the environment and how they relate to the insurance industry.
Climate Change and Sustainability: Understanding the Risks and Opportunities GTA Knowledge Series (March 11 2009)
The following presentation discusses practical solutions on how businesses can be more sustainable while maintaining economic stability
Corporate Sustainability Reporting in Canada
This survey of 343 senior financial executives, in conjunction with the conclusions reached through an Executive Research Forum, reports on some of the major issues surrounding corporate sustainability.
The Sustainability/IT Dialogue
This white paper offers insights into how Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and Chief Sustainability Officers (CSOs) could work together to improve both sustainability and IT results for their organizations.
Embedding Sustainable Practices
The following article discusses the recent Green Business/PricewaterhouseCoopers Sustainability Executive Roundtable and appeared as the cover story in the September 2008 issue of Green Business magazine
The Greening of Corporate Finance
In these sessions, PwC's leading experts in the field of sustainability discussed corporate sustainability strategies and provided experience-based insight into what a sustainable business looks like and how they are created.
IT and sustainability: Is IT part of the problem or part of the solution?
The following publication looks at how information technology needs to address the regulatory, investor and consumer demands of a greener economy.
Corporate Sustainability in the Boardroom
While CSR is hard to quantify, the way companies approach sustainability and corporate responsibility should mirror their approach to business. PwC shares why directors should not wait till disaster strikes to strengthen their reputation and brand.