Short-term thinking might win companies one good day in the market, but eventually that attitude can tank a company’s ability to grow and innovate. Sustainability extends beyond just environmental concerns, which are obviously vital, into a broad range of long-term thinking for companies: about community engagement, about license to operate, and about investing now to ensure your business remains cutting edge for years to come.

Commit to Community: Peñoles Succeeds by Building Up Mexico

By |2020-01-01T00:12:43+00:00November 3rd, 2018|Latin America, Risk and Reputation, Sustainability|

Industrias Peñoles, a Mexican mining company, hasn’t survived for 131 years without forging deep ties to Mexico and its communities, and nobody is more acutely aware of that fact than Director General S. Fernando Alanís Ortega, who took the time to talk with Ethisphere Magazine about how his company thinks about its stakeholders and ...

To Neutral and Beyond: An Interview with MetLife’s Josh Wiener

By |2019-12-04T23:29:12+00:00December 4th, 2017|***Ethisphere Magazine, Employee Engagement, Sustainability|

When people think “insurance company,” they don’t typically jump to greenhouse gas emissions or environmental sustainability. However, even a business built around intangible services such as home and life insurance still has a carbon footprint. MetLife’s Assistant Vice President of Global Sustainability and Facilities Management, Josh Wiener, sat down with Ethisphere editor Tyler Lawrence ...

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