Bite-sized stories this week from the impact investing and social enterprise world: BlackRock faces up to climate risk, most responsible FTSE 100 firm revealed, Charity Commission opens up conversation on responsible investing, and more.
A number of corporates are tired of attracting "cut-throat, high achievers" and are taking lessons from social enterprises in seeking a more diverse workforce, it was revealed at the UnLtd Big Social event last week.
"Telling our story isn’t enough – we have to demonstrate the value of the benefit we provide." A new report has found that the UK community transport sector has the potential to make savings of up to £1.1bn a year for the public purse.
Contributing to the cover feature in Pioneers Post's Autumn edition, Michael Green of the Social Progress Imperative explains why "the once self-evident truth that financial measures are sufficient to guide our societies is shattered".