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Article 13: The Responsible Business Experts

BELL: The Business Ethics Links Library -- Resources for Research in Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

Business in the Community: An initiative (with a core membership of 700 UK based companies) to promote Business Excellence by encouraging business to measure and report its impact on the environment, workplace, marketplace and the community.

Business Impact: The resource site of Business in the Community. It is supposed to help corporations with their CSR efforts and features all the impact areas, CSR-guides as well as self assessment tools for businesses.

Business Partners for Development (BPD): A project-based initiative that studies and promotes strategic examples of partnerships involving business, civil society and government working together for the development of communities around the world.

Business for Social Responsibility (BSR): A membership organization, based in San Francisco, for companies of all sizes and sectors. It shall help companies to be commercially successful in ways that are socially/environmentally responsible. 

Centre for Citizenship, Development and Human Rights, Deakin University, Australia

The Center for Corporate Community Relations, Boston College, US

The Centre for Tomorrow's Company: A UK think-tank researching and stimulating the development of a "new agenda for business."

Map-Change 2010: A sustainability brand map study. Change's first MapChange study in 2008 showed that there is a big difference between brand perception and product reality. For MapChange 2010 they partnered with Climate Counts and Angus Reid Public Opinion to compare the top brands within 10 sectors. They gave each brand an 'actual' and a 'perceived' sustainability score and plotted the results on a classic perceptual map. Click to get the results.

Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies (CERES): A U.S. coalition of environmental, investor, and advocacy groups working in the area of sustainable development.

The Conference Board: A business membership and research network, linking executives from different companies, industries, and countries. Its purpose is to improve business enterprise and enhance the contribution of business to society.

The Copenhagen Centre (TCC): An autonomous, international institution established by the Danish Government. Focusing on social cohesion, TCC strives to promote voluntary partnerships between business, government and civil society.

The Corporate Citizenship Company: A consulting firm that offers research, consultancy and publications to help businesses with their corporate citizenship efforts.

The Corporate Responsibility Group: A London based group that wants to act as a forum for corporate professionals working in the field of corporate social responsibility. It is made up of ca. 50 leading companies from the UK.

CSR Europe: A business network that should help companies to achieve profitability by placing CSR in their mainstream business practice.

CSRwire: The only newswire service devoted solely to CSR issues.

The International Corporate Citizenship Research Network is the first international research network in corporate citizenship.

The International Business Leaders Forum: An international organization which promotes responsible business practices internationally that benefit business and society. Its membership consists of more than 65 of the world's leading multinational companies.

MORI Corporate Social Responsibility Research: An independent, international market and opinion research agency. Many of the polls it conducts explicitly address corporate social responsibility. 

New Academy of Business: A British-based independent business school, whose purpose is to help change the way business works through education, learning and action. 

Social Responsibility Research Network

SRI Studies, developed by an individual (Lloyd Kurtz), is intended as a resource for people interested in the impact of social screening on investment performance. It offers a huge bibliography, a review of relevant works and a great list of studies in the field of Socially Responsible Investing (SRI).

The World Business Council for Sustainable Development: A coalition of 150 international companies committed to sustainable development.



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