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 394 COMMITMENTS
AND 145 ORGANIZATIONS

Organization Priority Areas Commitment SDGs
Able City Able City will dedicate 200 hours annually toward legislative advocacy on causes pertaining to the UN’s Sustainable Development goals at the local, state, and federal level.
Able City Able City will reduce carbon emissions by instituting a 20% work-from-home allowance to reduce commute- and office-related greenhouse gas emissions. The policy will be effective upon the reopening of the office in 2021.
Able City Able City will develop a fund in 2022 to cover dues for values-aligned leadership positions in community or industry organizations. Recipients are expected to include important information on the community calendar and make relevant announcements.
Able City Able City will dedicate a minimum of 350 hours on an annual basis to the development of advocacy engagement tools with its non-profit affiliate, CityMakery, to enhance participation and collaboration with local governments.
Ad Maiora Ad Maiora will promote inclusivity by achieving 50% of women employment, while maintaining equal pay, by 2021.
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.
Ad Maiora Ad Maiora will promote sustainability by accelerating its digital transition with a sustainable approach. By 2025 Ad Maiora will be 75% paperless.
Ad Maiora Ad Maiora is committed to reducing carbon emissions by having a neutral carbon footprint for our activities by 2021.
Agronomics by G Squared Land Management AGRONOMICS will promote diversity in the workplace finding the best person for roles regardless of any other factor by evaluating skills and talents. We use validated assessment tools to ensure we hire the best candidate.
Allianz Allianz is committed to inclusive meritocracy and commits to achieving 73%+ IMIX score in 2021 within Allianz Group (2018: 71%, 2019: 73%), Metric: % IMIX score
Allianz Achieve 25% women in Boards of Management globally by the end of 2021, goal reached, 2019: 31%.
Alpha Sigma Capital Foster collaboration and relationships between Blockchain Companies and Family Offices to Inclusive Capitalism. Goal: Bring 20 new relationships to Inclusive Capitalism in 2021.
Ascent Leadership Networks Ascent will promote diversity in the workplace by focusing at least two-thirds of our work in 2021 on assessing and developing leaders and organizations to better acquire, retain, and develop diverse talent.
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.
Auspice Social Auspice Social will promote skill development, employment creation, financial and social inclusion for adults with autism by creating 100 jobs in 2022 as a first benchmark.
Bank of America Bank of America will mobilize an additional $300 billion in capital by 2030 through our Environmental Business Initiative to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon, sustainable economy.
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.
Bank of America Bank of America is committing to additional transparency in how we govern our activities, including working with other financial institutions to create a methodology for measuring financed emissions and beginning to report financed emissions by 2023.
BELEAP In 2021, BELEAP® is committed to integrating our SDG commitments in the post-acquisition integration strategy, bringing acquired companies up to par within three years after the acquisition and accelerating overall impact.
Boston Consulting Group (BCG) BCG is committed to advancing racial equity across racial and ethnic identities facing societal inequality and injustice by investing $100 million into talent resources by 2025.
Boston Consulting Group (BCG) BCG is dedicated to responsible and ethical practices by requiring all employees to complete training relating to our Code of Conduct, Anti-Bribery; Corruption, Data Privacy, and Information Security policies annually.
BP We aim to install methane measurement at our major oil and gas processing sites by 2023, publish the data, and then drive a 50% reduction in methane intensity in our operations.
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 Our new Regions, Cities and Solutions team will help countries, cities and corporations around the world decarbonize, aiming to partner with 10-15 cities and 3 industrial sectors: high-tech and consumer products, heavy transport and heavy industry.
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.
BP In the US, bp has launched a framework for action on racial injustice implementing an initial set of commitments across transparency, accountability and talent through 2020 and 2021.
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.
CalPERS CalPERS is the co-founder of Climate Action 100+. We are committed to leading the engagement with 22 companies on their commitment to net-zero emissions by 2050.
CalPERS Trusted Leadership and Transparency: Five-year goal to achieve a score of 5.43 out of 7 on our stakeholder assessment survey regarding risk
Capdesia Capdesia commits to ensuring that 100% of its restaurant portfolio companies and their suppliers produce and/or deliver safe, high quality, nutritious, great tasting, and sustainable foods to their customers.
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.
Discussion Partner Collaborative LLC By December 2021 Discussion Partners will expand our Alliance Company affiliations by 40% to include Women and Minority Owned start-ups whose strategic mission is to support DEI initiatives via thought leadership and PR promotions.
DuPont DuPont will further our Commitment to Zero injuries, illnesses and incidents at our global sites by advancing our Health & Safety culture, improving our management systems and execution.
Electo Electo is committed to providing public affairs software to nonprofits, advocacy groups, and grassroots institutions by increasing to 20% the number of nonprofits and grassroots institutions that make up Electo's clientele by the end of 2022.
Emerald Peak Private Equity Emerald Peak is an impact private equity fund looking to deploy 150 million USD into Central America and similarly underdeveloped regions in Latin America to fight against poverty and inequalities in this region.
Estée Lauder Companies The Estée Lauder Companies seeks to build productive relationships with its key stakeholders and incorporate stakeholder perspectives to drive future success.
Estée Lauder Companies ELC promotes a culture of uncompromising ethics and integrity and puts forth standards to uphold the principles and ideals that make it a global leader in prestige beauty.
Estée Lauder Companies In June 2020, The Estée Lauder Companies committed to address racial equity by committing to semi-annual updates on progress against its goals and KPIs and providing performance feedback regarding managing diverse talent to leadership.
FNDR FNDR is committed to helping small traders succeed in the global commerce race by making Localism work technologically in at least 50 towns and cities by 2025. Localism is the ability to optimise the use of local resources to benefit local residents.
Ford Foundation We will continue to use our $350 million of program-related investment capital to spur impact investing innovations and catalyze private investment into the sector.
    FreschBeer SAS One Love Craft Bière will ensure a broad representation of ethnic and religious backgrounds in all levels of the business close to the national statistics in the markets we operate in by 2025.
    FreschBeer SAS One Love Craft Bière will develop guidelines and regulations to annually review that all external stakeholders share the desire for an equitable distribution of success gained from it's operations.
    FreschBeer SAS One Love Craft Bière is developing guidelines and regulations to ensure all external stakeholders share the desire to operate the business in the most ethical manner through an annual survey.
    High Touch Investor Relations HTIR will promote equal economic opportunity by coaching, guiding, and, in some cases, providing early-stage capital to at least 20 companies by the year 2023. At least half of these companies should be run by women and/or underrepresented founders.
    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 gender diversity and in our capacity as board members, especially when serving on the governance committee, In-Cap will advocate for 30% women to be appointed to the board by 2023.
    Inclusive Capital Partners In-Cap is committed to racial and ethnic diversity. By 2022, in our capacity as board governance committee members, In-Cap will advocate for portfolio companies to have at least 10% of all board seats held by racial or ethnic minorities

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