Reports: Corporate Citizenship Center
By incorporating Collective Impact and community health best practices into their efforts to improve community health, Kent County’s health partners are more efficiently and effectively achieving their health goals.
Businesses are gaining a greater understanding of the connection between their economic success and the health of their communities. As a result, they are finding new ways to leverage better community health to better economic outcomes
When companies contribute their time, talent, and financial support to communities, they strengthen their brands as well.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Corporate Citizenship Center (CCC), and our partners prepared Trash to Treasure: Changing Waste Streams to Profits Streams to educate the private sector about the business value of circular economy opportunities. More and more, companies are looking towards a circular economy business model as a way to cut costs and increase efficiency. Turning waste into a resource is a huge part of that, and this report takes a deep dive into how the private sector can make "trash" an economic opportunity.
There is a growing recognition that the private sector, from multinational corporations to microenterprises, will be central in helping to achieve the agenda of women’s economic empowerment.
Water and Energy systems are intertwined. Producing one involves the consumption of the other. This relationship is often referred to as the Energy-Water Nexus, and ensuring that those resources are being used efficiently is an important aspect to increasing resilience.
Businesses across the country are working to create healthy communities. To further strengthen the business community’s role in obesity prevention programs, the U.S.