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BSR is publishing a brief on the most urgent human rights impacts for the industrial manufacturing sector and opportunities for positive impact.
Global automakers and other vehicle manufacturers are in one of the most carbon-intensive industries. And other companies can—and should—look to their holistic approaches to climate action.
BSR sees investing in U.S. infrastructure as a major opportunity to create employment, upgrade to climate-friendly systems, and build a transportation system fit for a low-carbon economy.
In the third in a blog series highlighting BSR members and their sustainability stories, we spoke with Neil Hawkins of Dow Chemical Company about the company’s 2025 sustainability goals, the importance of executive sponsorship, and the need to collaborate across corporate value chains.
From producing human skin to combatting rhino poaching to feeding astronauts pizzas in space, 3-D printing is driving innovation across an impressive array of applications. BSR recently published a report highlighting what it means for sustainability.
In a plenary address at the BSR Conference 2015, Tom Linebarger, Chairman and CEO of Cummins Inc. underlined the importance of resilience in leadership to tackle environmental and social challenges.
BSR Conference 2015 plenary speaker and Cummins Inc. Chairman and CEO Tom Linebarger talks about resilience at his company, and the role of resilience in leadership.
BSR explores how five trends in the ICT sector will influence the future of green electronics.
The FIFA bribery investigation has exposed issues in the 2022 World Cup development in Qatar beyond just corruption—and highlights the opportunity for companies to make more progress by addressing corruption and human rights challenges at the same time.
The manufacturing sector accounts for approximately half of greenhouse gas emissions. Many manufacturers are investing in technology and innovation to reduce their emissions.
To address data privacy and transparency concerns, the auto industry can follow an approach that BSR has taken with technology and financial services companies, which are also vulnerable to these issues.
BSR sat down with a corporate sustainability leader at SABIC to discuss the company's approach to materiality and lessons that other businesses can take away.