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CSR Four Pillars

CSR Four Pillars

1. CSR Activities: Environmental

Air Quality
Biodiversity
Climate Change
Car Share
Cycle to work
Emission Reduction
Energy saving
Noise Controls
Pollution Avoidance
Recycling
Sustainable motoring
Supply chain
Wastes Management
Water Savings
Other

2. CSR Activities: Workplace

Corporate Citizenship
CSR Reports
Customer Care
Customer or Consumer Relationships
Diversity and Inclusion
Employee Communication
Equal Opportunities
Ethical Investment
Fair Trade
Governance
Initiatives (For Communities/Customers
Employees/Environment)
Investment (Of Corporate Time/Effort/Funding)
Leadership
Learning and Development
Employee Benefits
Education
Engagement
Family Commitment
Flexible Working Business Opportunities
Health and well-being
Occupational Health & Safety
Promotion Prospects
Responsible Products and Services
Skills Development
Staff Well-being
Sustainable Procurement
Training
Other

3. CSR Activities: Community CSR

Community Commitment
Innovation
Investment (Of Corporate Time/Effort/Funding)
Partnerships / Sponsorship
Schools and Education
Supply Management
Support The Arts
Impact reporting
Other

4. CSR Activities: Philanthropic CSR

Charitable Giving
Communication
Investment (Of Corporate Time/Effort/Funding)
Sustainability
Volunteering:
Volunteering time / value professional services
Volunteering time – support and activities
Donation: given through a sponsored activity / as % of profit
Sponsorship – type and duration
Impact exporting

Any other CSR Activites that your organisation is doing

 

The Four Pillars of CSR include all 17 of the SDG’s, the accreditation process helps you identify these goals and where possible include them as part of your organisations application and CSR policy.

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), otherwise known as the Global Goals, are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. The Four Pillars of CSR include all 17 of the SDG’s, the accreditation process helps you identify these goals and where possible include them as part of your organisations application and CSR policy.

 

Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals requires the partnership of governments, private sector, civil society and citizens alike to make sure we leave a better planet for future generations.

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