Category | Reports & Surveys

Reporting On Community Impacts

Over recent decades there has been a growing awareness by business, government and other agencies regarding the impact that business can have on society. Increasingly, companies are stating their commitments to being an agency for positive change for society and for the environment. At the same time there exists a growing emphasis on understanding the […]

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Water and Corruption: a destructive partnership

The Global Corruption Report 2008 is the first report to assess how corruption affects all aspects of water – and reflects on what more can be done to ensure that corruption does not continue to destroy this basic and essential resource, one that is so fundamental to the lives of people all over the planet. […]

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Behavioural Safety At Workplace

A safety culture is directly dependent on the attitude of employees towards safety – proposes Attock Refinery Limited (ARL). Below it presents an initiative to encourage, promote and instill safe behaviour among its employees, in this case, through the introduction of behavior-based safety concepts and customized process control solutions. The most commonly used definition of […]

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Confronting Climate Change: Supply Chain Leadership Collaboration

The Carbon Disclosure Project’s (CDP) Supply Chain Leadership Collaboration (SCLC) is an effort to help companies better understand the climate impacts within their supply chains. In October 2007, the CDP created the SCLC with the aim of creating a standardized process for supply chain reporting of carbon emissions, risks, opportunities and strategies. The SCLC seeks […]

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