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Frameworks Are Not Outcomes
By Taylor Gray, Ph.D. on September 21, 2021

As someone who works in the ESG and corporate sustainability space, my social media channels are full of posts by NGOs, industry associations, and third-party governance programs calling on...

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Titans of (Sustainable) Capitalism
By Taylor Gray, Ph.D. on September 6, 2021

It’s certainly no mystery that we think good corporate citizenship can change the world and that consumer demand is the most important force in driving companies to be better. As more and...

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Democratic Capitalism Progress Consumer Power

We Are Not Powerless
By Taylor Gray, Ph.D. on June 27, 2021

As someone who wants to be intentional in the impacts of their shopping, it can be so easy to look at the daily news and the ever-more apocalyptical stories of climate change, drought, or...

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Being Intentional Pays Off
By Taylor Gray, Ph.D. on June 27, 2021

We spend a lot of time writing about how powerful consumer choice is, about how the brands we choose to buy from can help us bring about the world we want to see, and about why we want to...

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Intentional Shoppers Force Change at ExxonMobil
By Taylor Gray, Ph.D. on May 31, 2021

The latter half of May, 2021, was quite decisive for integrated oil companies and their positioning--or lack thereof--with climate action. A shareholder resolution at Chevron pushing the...

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