Ralph Lauren Shares Progress on Global Citizenship & Sustainability With Fiscal Year 2020 Design the Change Report

Ralph Lauren Corporation has published its fiscal year 2020 (FY20) annual Global Citizenship & Sustainability Report, providing a comprehensive update on its Design the Change strategy. Launched in 2019, Design the Change is a commitment and a journey to accelerate Ralph Lauren’s work to create a positive impact on society and a more sustainable future. This year, the Company deepens its commitment with the addition of new, time-bound goals and partnerships, including the establishment of science-based greenhouse gas reduction target and a collaboration with World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to advance…

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Clear Channel Outdoor Americas Joins the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Texas Center for the Missing in Statewide Campaign to Find Missing Children in Texas

Texas Center for the Missing, The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and Clear Channel Outdoor Americas launched a new month-long campaign on digital billboards across Texas to help generate leads in four missing children’s cases each in Houston, San Antonio, Dallas and El Paso.  On its digital displays in each of these Texas markets, CCOA will feature the child’s photo, in some cases the child’s age progression photo, as well as the date the child went missing. The messages will run on multiple CCOA digital billboards in each of…

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AHF to Pull $2M in Facebook Ads if CEO Zuckerberg Fails to Act on Hate Postings

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the largest global nonprofit AIDS organization, today issued an ultimatum to Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg with a July 4th deadline to act swiftly with steps to prevent hate speech on its social media platform postings and ads or AHF will pull its advertising dollars and join the growing number of for-profit companies and boycott the world’s largest social media platform. With an annual budget of $1.7 billion, AHF currently operates free treatment clinics and HIV testing and prevention programs in 45 countries and currently…

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CIPR announce new #CIPRdiversity event: Creating Inclusive Cultures in PR

The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) and their Diversity and Inclusion Network will run a free event – ‘From experience to action; creating inclusive cultures in PR‘ – on Thursday 9 July, 10:00-11:00am. The event follows the publications of CIPR’s ‘Race in PR’ report – highlighting an industry in which BAME practitioners are too often unable to access the same opportunities as white colleagues and treated unfairly or inappropriately. It will cover practical advice for businesses and individuals to address the lack of diversity in their workplaces as well as…

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Ceres Announces New Partnership With Renowned Research Institute to Drive Investor and Corporate Action on the Global Water Crisis

The sustainability nonprofit organization Ceres announced a new partnership with a leading research institute to deliver a new global assessment that will serve as a foundation in developing bold new action steps to better protect the world’s most precious resource: water. This is the first of its kind assessment that takes a comprehensive look at the major threats to our global water supply from unsustainable corporate practices.  Ceres is joining forces with the Global Institute for Water Security (GIWS) at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada to draw attention to the strong linkage…

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