Making Sense of Sustainability 2011 / 2012 Report

an investment practice that gives preference to companies that value social and environmental impacts in addition to financial gain; socially responsible investments, also known as “ethical investments,” involve companies and practices that cause little or no depletion of natural assets or environmental degradation and that do not infringe the rights of workers, women, indigenous people, children nor animals

FOR Our Clients



BrownFlynn conducted a master class on Governance in the context of GRI reporting at the Commit!Forum in Fall 2012

Project Impacts and Outcomes
  • Training participants represented many well-known companies, including: Coca-Cola, Monsanto, State Street, ING, MetLife, Lockheed Martin, Mosaic and IBM
  • Equipped attendees with a deeper understanding of key topics being discussed at the Forum, preparing them for more meaningful discussions

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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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