Council Commitment Index​

Knowing that words alone are not enough, each organization is making a series of commitments about how we will operate our institutions to advance inclusive capitalism.

TO DATE WE HAVE 345 COMMITMENTS
FROM 92 ORGANIZATIONS

Organization Priority Areas Commitment SDGs
Ad Maiora Ad Maiora's team is the breathing heart of our organisation. We want to enhance the quality of life of the workforce by dedicating 20% of employees' time to personal and/or professional development by 2022.
Ad Maiora Throughout the global health crisis, Ad Maiora maintained 100% of the workforce in remote working. We plan to implement a Hybrid Working model (70% remote / 30% in presence) even after overcoming the pandemic outbreak.
Attollo Attollo will work with the leadership of member organizations to transform the corporate culture to reflect the principles of Catholic social teaching within three to five years of joining the Attollo network.
Bank of America Bank of America is committing to maintain carbon neutrality and will work to reduce even further our carbon footprint by lessening Scope 1 and 2 emissions, and by purchasing 100% of our electricity from renewable sources.
BP bp will more actively advocate for policies that support net zero, including carbon pricing.
BP We aim to incentivise our global workforce to deliver on our aims and mobilise them to become advocates for net zero, by linking compensation with low carbon metrics for around 37,000 employees and senior leadership.
BP In 2020 bp updated its human rights policy to address emerging human rights issues relevant to our industry; clarify our human rights commitments; and communicate how bp’s approach to managing human rights impacts has advanced.
Office of the California State Treasurer We commit to promoting a more just response to climate change by establishing a Green Bond Honor Roll and enlisting U.S. State Treasurers by 2023 who will make a public commitment to prioritizing the use of green bonds.
Office of the California State Treasurer Expand thrift programs such as saving for higher education, retirement and caring for those Californians with disabilities by providing accessibility of our capitalistic system’s forces for vulnerable persons.
Capdesia Capdesia commits to effective governance at each of our portfolio companies by conducting bi-annual risk management matrix reviews and annual assessments of each member's governing body and their positive contribution towards ESG standards.
In Place Impact In Place Impact wants to certify 300 people by the end of 2022; 1,750 by the end of 2025; and 6,000 by the end of 2030 in Impact Economics. Each person certified will start their own businesses to embed Impact Economics within their own communities.
Inclusive Capital Partners In-Cap is committed to pursuing investments with an environmental and social impact. Every investment is undertaken only after determination that management and board of the company is committed to creating positive social and environmental impact.
Johnson & Johnson We will continue to ensure that we have the appropriate structures, systems and processes in place to enable access to the medicines and technologies most relevant for underserved populations in low- and middle-income countries.
Salesforce Salesforce strives to be the most trusted enterprise software company. We are transparent about our engagement with governments and sign up to lobbying transparency registries locally.
SDG Global Group SDG Global will promote sustainable development by building a funding platform for Africa, to provide a safe, secure; transparent channel to encourage the flow of capital into by the end of 2022.
The Rockefeller Foundation The Rockefeller Foundation will invest $65 Million and leverage over $1 Billion in Private Capital by 2025 to help more than 10 Million low-wage workers and their families across the U.S. meet their basic needs and have a path to a better future.
Visa Inc. Visa promotes inclusive and sustainable capitalism over the long-term through biennial ESG materiality assessments and at least annual review with the Board of Directors of material ESG issues.
Visa Inc. Visa commits to the transparency of our material ESG commitments and progress by publishing annual ESG reporting in line with GRI, SASB and other relevant ESG standards and frameworks.

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