Cross-Posted from Walking the Talk.
SB amplifies the actions of its global community and governments in support of Ukraine and reflects on the conflict’s potential impacts on long-term sustainability efforts.
With the geometric growth of socially responsible investment dollars entering the market, corporations are increasingly expected to assess and publicly disclose their sustainability, based on their economic, environmental and social performance.
[Consumer research](https://ic.fsc.org/file-download.fsc-globescan-whitepaper.a-7403.pdf) has found that company sustainability claims are much more credible when they are coupled with independent verification. Put simply, consumers trust when you verify. This is especially true when it comes to forests.
Sustainable Brands took a bold step forward this year. With the support of members and our advisory board, we launched the [SB Voyager Program](https://sustainablebrands.com/read/press-release/sb-launches-voyager-program-to-accelerate-major-business-transformations-through-community-support) creating an even more inclusive community. It enables companies that have a publicly stated commitment to transform controversial business models for the better to actively engage with SB Corporate Members in regular meetings and online.
This week, as the Sustainable Brands CEO welcomed 2,000+ delegates to [SB’19 Detroit](https://events.sustainablebrands.com/sb19det), our 13th annual global gathering in the US, she shared her hopes for the week and for our continued collective pursuit of a flourishing future.
San Diego-based corporate sustainability branding and communications agency opens new office to amplify impact in San Francisco Bay Area.
As the father of children who have breakfast at home almost every day, I can’t help but think about the millions of children around the world who start their day without a healthy breakfast. That’s why I’m so excited that Kellogg’s is again donating $1 million to No Kid Hungry® to expand U.S. school breakfast programs.
With employees in 21 countries worldwide, Kellogg Company truly is a multinational, multicultural company.
Today, on Valentine’s Day, people celebrate their sweethearts. We don’t always think about it, but a company can have a heart, too.
Kellogg is the food industry’s original wellbeing company and nearly a century ago, made a bold and innovative move to become one of the first food companies to hire a dietitian.