Research by David Greenall

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In 2008, under Canada's Project Green, electricity generation, mining and manufacturing industries will have to reduce carbon emissions. This report sheds light on how they will...
The Conference Board of Canada | 27 pages | February 2006 | by David Greenall
Global pressures are forcing corporations to think differently about their societal impact. The National Corporate Social Responsibility Report: Managing Risks, Leveraging Opportunities...
The Conference Board of Canada | 48 pages | May 2004 | by David Greenall
Do public policies and institutions hamper or enable Aboriginal economic relations—and what would help? Read this report of the views of Canadian private sector executives.
The Conference Board of Canada | 20 pages | September 2003 | by David Greenall, Stelios Loizides
Can strong stakeholder relationships be a catalyst for innovation? Companies such as Scottish Power and DuPont Canada would answer yes. Find out how these companies and others...
The Conference Board of Canada | 5 pages | September 2003 | by David Greenall
Emerging security and liability issues are threatening corporate social responsibility reporting. For a look at how Canadian businesses are reacting, read this new report.
The Conference Board of Canada | 5 pages | April 2003 | by David Greenall
In developing our own corporate social responsibility policy framework, Canadian policy makers would benefit from considering the European experience. This paper provides an overview...
The Conference Board of Canada | 5 pages | June 2002 | by David Greenall
Arguments about the need for businesses to help Aboriginal people improve their socio-economic situation have placed emphasis on the moral implications of doing nothing and on...
The Conference Board of Canada | 28 pages | October 2001 | by David Greenall, Stelios Loizides
It is critical that Aboriginal communities continue to explore ways of adopting and using learning technologies to avoid falling deeper into the “digital divide.”
The Conference Board of Canada | 52 pages | September 2001 | by David Greenall, Stelios Loizides
Employee conflicts of interest can have serious negative implications for organizations. Some of these may be financial while others can affect the entire value chain.
The Conference Board of Canada | 6 pages | May 2001 | by David Greenall
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting is increasingly becoming mainstream practice and an important mechanism for large companies to manage performance, build and communicate...
The Conference Board of Canada | 4 pages | May 2001 | by David Greenall, Ron Yachnin
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