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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Fairmount Minerals

Since 2006, BrownFlynn has guided Fairmount Minerals through the creation of its annual Corporate Social Responsibility report

Project Impacts and Outcomes
  • Developed and implemented Fairmount’s People, Planet and Prosperity reporting framework and the articulation of bold, 10-year goals and one-year targets
  • Developed GRI report for seven consecutive years
  • Identified material issues through stakeholder feedback and internal interviews with company leaders
  • Provide ongoing strategy and communications support to numerous Sustainable Development (SD) Teams and specific organizational departments

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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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Sara Martin

Sara joins BrownFlynn as an analyst and will apply her experience linking culture, the environment and economic development to assist our client teams in advising companies on how best to integrate sustainability into their business practices.

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