Making Sense of Sustainability 2011 / 2012 Report

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an acronym commonly used by investment firms to refer to the types of issues or factors considered in measuring a company's “responsible practices”; these issues or factors include the environmental effects of a company’s business practices, social metrics such as fair pay and treatment of labor and community involvement and ethical corporate governance practices that are both transparent and anti-corruption

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In our field, we have the great opportunity to work with many clients of various sizes and in a range of industries, which allows us a depth of knowledge and understanding beyond our individual areas of expertise. Further, it expands our skill sets and capability to serve an even broader client base, which provides for continued growth.

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Play BrownFlynn’s Monthly Sustainability Crossword Puzzle

After you have become familiar with the sustainability terms in our report and glossary, test your knowledge by completing this month’s puzzle—you might learn something new today!

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Barbara Brown

Since co-founding BrownFlynn in 1996, Barb has been instrumental in designing corporate responsibility and sustainability strategies to achieve top and bottom line impact for the Firm’s clients.

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