This time it IS in my Backyard! I'm a Stakeholder, not an International Expert
Last week a major LNG project was announced for my backyard, 2.5 miles from my home on Vancouver Island in Canada and right beside where I love to catch prawns and crabs with my little boat.
Lessons and case studies in engaging stakeholders successfully
Interview of Wayne Dunn by Toby Webb, founding director of Innovation Forum
Canadian Oil Sands - lesser of several evils
Clumsy government support of Canadian Oil Sands industry is hindering the industry's development and risking its social license
How to find a CSR Job/Project (some thoughts)
I regularly get queries from individuals wanting to begin a career in Corporate Social Responsibility or a related field.
Thoughts on CSR and Value – a curious perspective
We need more strategic, value-creating focus and less focus on defensive, risk-mitigating compliance
Water, Wine and Beer: Scarcity, conservation, drought
Water Scarcity, conservation, drought… Huge issue, huge impacts, no easy solution. Some representative stories and issues.
EXECUTIVE BRIEFING SEMINAR ON CSR - Program Outline - June 24, Vancouver Canada
Executive Briefing seminar on CSR. See more information here or register here. There are 30 participants and five spots left.
How much water does that strawberry cost?
Do you care? Should you care? Maybe it is kind of important to think about how much water, or clean air, or healthy ecosystem, things cost.
Who? Me? Responsible for CSR?
Shared Value requires Shared Responsibility: Whose Responsibility is Corporate Social Responsibility?
Tweets, posts and thoughts from the past weeks
A collection of Tweets and Posts from the past weeks. Some interesting (I hope!). Some not so much. Excuse the formatting.