New thinking on sustainability and sustainable business is essential for those looking to maintain a leadership position in this area. Corporate Citizenship invests significantly in innovative thinking on sustainability in business, helping to form and share new ideas through research, debate and publication.
We develop our thinking in partnership with sustainable businesses, organisations and trade bodies.
Published February 2013
Corporate Citizenship’s latest research on the four mega-trends that every company needs to prepare for: CRUNCH; FRAGMENT; CONNECT; and REBALANCE.
Published January 2013
At a time when companies are increasingly talking about ‘embedding’ responsible business practices into their core business, our report looks at why legally separate foundations continue to grow.
Corporate Citizenship’s research on how leading companies are responding to this challenge; revealing practical steps and emerging trends in sustainable water management.
Corporate Citizenship’s research into the future of sustainability reporting via real-world case studies unveiling a new approach to reporting.
In our new report, Inclusive Business – The Next Frontier for Corporate Responsibility, we analyse global businesses’ activities in this area, shedding light on opportunities, motivations and drivers, financing models and challenges.
Our research into the most effective way to engage a Board of Directors in sustainability.
The Corporate Citizenship Knowledge Series is a programme of regular events such as breakfast briefings and seminars, which deals with the latest issues concerning sustainability in business and stimulates debate around important global sustainability issues. Our Knowledge Series events are by invitation only. To register your interest, please click here.
With the economy and social inequality as topics of hot debate, there has never been a greater need for companies to explain what they do and the value they bring to the communities, countries and regions in which they operate.
A paradox: Investor interest in responsibility and sustainability performance is growing – but for most companies Investors are the least well understood and least well serviced stakeholder group.
Watch interviews and highlights from our latest knowledge series event on the growth of corporate foundations. With the launch of our new research we discuss our findings and topics on debate.
How do companies and charities measure the difference they make in community investment?
Corporate Citizenship looks into how leading companies are responding to this emerging challenge.
A research study conducted by Corporate Citizenship on companies’ sustainability reporting and investigating the validity of the wave-model reporting development.