Thirsty for More: Coca-Cola’s Shared Value Approach with Communities Across Brazil

The Coca-Cola Company is the world’s largest beverage company, with a portfolio of more than 500 sparkling and non-carbonated brands and an average of 1.9 billion servings a day. Sales of Coca-Cola products in Brazil currently represent seven percent of global volume, making Brazil the company’s fourth-largest market behind the U.S., Mexico, and China. Today, Coca-Cola Brazil has a leading presence in the Brazilian market. The company’s approach to engaging low-income markets contributes to its market position.

Women are the Changemakers

By: Bridge Internat... | Communications at Bridge International Academies | May 10th, 2017

Contrary to the cultural expectations of the countries in which we serve, women are playing a lead role in driving changes to the education sector. Through educating girls and empowering women, communities, countries and nations can be transformed.

Education, including workforce development Gender Equality Other

Strategic Partnership in Chile – Innovation and Sustainability through Circular Economy

By: Maria Gotti | Sustainability Projects and Practice Sharing Analyst at Enel | May 4th, 2017

A training centre completely built using recycled materials from the worksite of the Sierra Gorda (112MW) wind farm located in the desert of Antofagasta, 60km from Calama in Chile. An eco-technological workshop where women and the elderly from the Baquedano community, a small village of almost 550 inhabitants, learn artisan activities with the aim of initiating small local enterprises.

Climate Change and Environment Education, including workforce development Gender Equality Other

Cerro Pabellón a perfect mix between Innovation and Sustainability – Innovability in Chile

By: Maria Gotti | Sustainability Projects and Practice Sharing Analyst at Enel | September 15th, 2016

Cerro Pabellón, (in the municipality of Ollagüe, North of Chile), is the first geothermal plant in South America. Once its construction will be achieved, it will be also the first geothermal plant in the world built 4,500 meters above see level. Geothermal energy is a clean energy production solution and Enel, through its renewable arm (Enel Green Power – EGP) has a long-standing global expertise in the field dating back to the early 20th Century.

Climate Change and Environment Education, including workforce development Gender Equality Other

5 Companies Finding Purpose in Solving Global Challenges

By: Meghan Ennes | Manager, Digital Communications at Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship | June 6th, 2016

How Coca-Cola, Mahindra, and more are redefining business success as delivering on the Sustainable Development Goals.

From last year’s Paris Climate Talks to the UN’s newly announced 2030 Agenda, the world is coming together on urgent issues like climate change and global health crises – and no matter the sector in which you find yourself, these issues affect all of our futures.

Climate Change and Environment Gender Equality Water

Unlocking Profit and Purpose: CVS Health and Delta

By: Danielle Holly | CEO at Common Impact | May 6th, 2016

We have all seen corporate community engagement undergo a transformation in the past 20 years.  Through the 1990’s a company’s engagement strategy was largely driven by compliance, aligning to policies that ensure that business does the least harm to consumers and the environment.  In the early 2000’s, companies started to develop more intentional investment in their communities with the goal of being a strong corporate citizen in what we now think of as traditional corporate social responsibility

Gender Equality Health and Nutrition Human Rights

Empowered Mothers Nurture Healthy Families

By: Maria Gotti | Sustainability Projects and Practice Sharing Analyst at Enel | May 2nd, 2016

Enel Green Power – Republic of South Africa (EGP RSA) other than developing its business through renewable energies, is committed to certain social development obligations including the development of local communities in the areas near their projects. In South Africa, 30% of pregnant women are HIV+, and 43% of deaths among women and babies are due to HIV.

Education, including workforce development Gender Equality Health and Nutrition Poverty

Una Mano Para La Vida: The Wind Brings the Desert Back to Life

By: Maria Gotti | Sustainability Projects and Practice Sharing Analyst at Enel | April 29th, 2016

Thanks to an investment of about 196 million US$, Enel Green Power completed and connected to the grid the new wind power plant of Dominica I, in the Mexican municipality of Charcas. This is the first wind farm in the State of San Luis Potosí with a total installed capacity of 100 MW. The plant generates up to 260 GW per year and will help avoid over 337 thousand tons of CO2 emissions in the atmosphere every year, which is equal to the pollution produced by a vehicle covering over 3 billion km.

Climate Change and Environment Education, including workforce development Gender Equality Poverty Other

Creating Shared Value for the Fishermen of San Juan De Marcona

By: Rossella Piccirillo | Sustainability Project and Practice Sharing at Enel | April 28th, 2016

Trained as Engineers in India - Solar Mamas Bring the Sun Home

By: Maria Gotti | Sustainability Projects and Practice Sharing Analyst at Enel | April 28th, 2016

As of 2012, Enel Green Power’s partnership with the Barefoot College - Indian NGO founded by Bunker Roy - has provided access to electricity to numerous rural communities in Latin America.

Climate Change and Environment Education, including workforce development Gender Equality Poverty

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