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Should CSR be regulated to the point of being legislated?

Amongst all on offer, there was also an engaging debate at the 2012 Asian Forum on Corporate Social Responsibility (AFCSR), held in Manila, Philippines on October 18 and 19. The motion was: Should CSR be regulated to the point of being legislated? Arguing for the motion were Catherine Coumans, Research Director, Mining Watch, Canada and […]

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Economic Recovery, Capitalism and Uncle Sam

In much of Asia, economic growth is and has been driven by the expansion of manufacturing industries fuelled by investments from companies in the US, the UK, and Europe; this, in turn, is increasing the demand for raw materials and for greater supplies of oil, gas, and other forms of energy production.

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Thinking Point!

This is a short blog-post, that seeks to inform less and learn more! Mulling over all the recent years developments in the CSR space, I do feel there is a common thread between the various concepts that have become widely accepted, even if there is also an energetic opposition to some of the ideas. So […]

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Welcome to our New Online Presence

TBL – Triple Bottom-Line, launched in January 2008 as Pakistan’s first knowledge-based, CSR publication, and in February 2009 as a website (www.tbl.com.pk), is now becoming a broader-based CSR platform under a new growth strategy launched this year. To start off, the previous logo with tbl written in small font has been replaced by TBL written […]

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