Water Strategy: How CSR Initiatives can Solve Some of the Toughest Challenges in the Water Sector

Water scarcity is undoubtedly one of the worst risks facing our word today. The world population of 7.5 billion people depend on the existing strained water supply and the future compounded by the climate change risks seems grimmer.  The UN Global Compact recently estimated that ‘the global demand for water is set to outgrow current extraction capacity by 40% … Continue reading Water Strategy: How CSR Initiatives can Solve Some of the Toughest Challenges in the Water Sector

#GoodJobCSR: 3 Things I Like About the Adidas-Parley Initiative

Have you ever put on your sports shoes and wondered where it came from? Well, chances are, that if you’re wearing Adidas Ultra Boost, you’re doing world a favour and wearing recycled plastic.  Yes, recycled plastic! Adidas is one of the biggest sports brands in the world and this innovation is a spotlight to it's sustainable strategy goals. … Continue reading #GoodJobCSR: 3 Things I Like About the Adidas-Parley Initiative

CSR Titans

In 2015, Gateway House came out with a fantastic article tracing the history of CSR in the country. Key insights from the article reflected how corporate giving has been channeled through the 19th century, be it under the helm of religious practices, close political affiliations or just the changing patterns in national economy and regulations.  […]