Making Sense of Sustainability 2011 / 2012 Report

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the continuing commitment by businesses to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workplace as well as the local community and society at large; a company's obligation to be accountable to all of its stakeholders in all its operations and activities (including financial stakeholders as well as suppliers, customers, and employees) with the aim of achieving sustainable development not only in the economic dimension but also in the social and environmental dimensions

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At BrownFlynn, our work doesn’t just exist within our four walls, nor does it only extend to our clients. We have always been, and will continue to be, an active member of our community. From volunteering to charitable donations to speaking engagements and board commitments, our employees understand the value of giving back in any way we can. In 2012, our staff collectively logged 526 hours (nearly 66 man-days) of volunteer time. We use this time to educate others on the importance of sustainability and what everyone can do to help make the world a better place. This aspect of our business brings us full circle in making sense of sustainability.

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Make Sense of Sustainability with Our Updated Glossary

Don’t know the difference between a Proxy Statement and a Sustainability Report? Need help understanding sustainability lingo? Let BrownFlynn make sense of sustainability with our updated glossary.

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Michael Berg

Michael is a sustainability and governance expert with a focused specialization on how financial markets, regulators and large supply chains are addressing climate change and sustainability.

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