Council Commitment Platform

Council members commit to specific, measurable actions to operate their organizations in ways that advance a more inclusive capitalism. Members share their actions and experiences here for others to learn from and put forth their own actions. The result is a community of ideas and learning that advances the most impactful private sector ESG practices at scale.

We invite you to explore the platform and get ideas for actions you can take for inclusive capitalism. Use the dropdown menus above the table to search by industry, region, UN Sustainable Development Goal, or sustainable value creation pillar.

TO DATE WE HAVE 554 COMMITMENTS
AND 259 ORGANIZATIONS

Organization Priority Areas Commitment SDGs
CeNext Consulting Group CeNext is committed to accelerate the transition from “leadership to responsible leadership”, and from “entrepreneurship to responsible entrepreneurship” through engaging with at least 200 decision-makers and policy-initiators by December 2024.
ARED GROUP INC ARED is committed to bridging the digital and energy gap that exist in Africa, our goal is to provide digital and energy access to over 10 million people a month. Will be able to indirectly create over 10000 micro-entrepreneurs in the next 5 years.
AretéWork AretéWork commits to giving 10% of its time yearly, pro bono, to non-profit endeavors focused on capacity building around Ethical Business Practice and Ethical Business Regulation.
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.
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.
Deloitte Global Deloitte is committed to reporting transparently and publicly on Deloitte’s ESG journey, using widely recognized ESG reporting measures, on an annual basis.
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.
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.
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 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
Kirchhoff Consult AG Kirchhoff commits to affirming integrity within its employees by requiring their adherence to a comprehensive Code of Conduct and offering mandatory training on its policies by the end of 2025.
Kirchhoff Consult AG Kirchhoff supports diversity and aims to maintain a tolerant and inclusive working atmosphere by offering training on anti-discriminatory behavior and upholding at least 50% female representation in the Executive Committee by 2030.
LongView Asset Management LongView will increase the diversity in senior management positions by 25% by 2026.
Mikro Kapital Mikro Kapital commits to effective ESG governance at each of our portfolio companies by implementing ESG-related policies and monitoring their compliance.
Patagonia Capital Advisors LLC Patagonia Capital will promote employee diversity and inclusion by increasing women and minorities in our workforce by 35% by the end of 2023.
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.
Souza, Mello e Torres Souza, Mello e Torres will promote inclusive and sustainable capitalism over the development and implementation of an ESG area and also promote seminars to client associations and self-regulatory bodies on ESG social impact agenda by the end of 2021.
State Street Corporation State Street will increase employees of color among SVP’s and above to 19% over 3 years and 22% over 5 years; increase diversity of Board by 2021.
THG Advisory Group THG Advisory Group commits to putting ESG principles, frameworks, and metrics at the forefront of business solutions for 100% of clients starting in 2022.
TIAA TIAA is committed to promoting strong governance through its investments; we have proposed an update to our proxy policy to require US corporate boards demonstrate both gender and racial or ethnic diversity, effective 2021.
TowerBrook Capital Partners L.P. TowerBrook commits to increasing the diversity of our portfolio company boards through implementing a policy of at least one diverse board member on the boards of all controlled portfolio companies acquired from 2021.
X-ELIO Energy, S.L. X-ELIO will promote sustainability leadership by through a Sustainability Policy Book, creating a Sustainability Committee, creating a digital platform to deploy sustainable content, and by increasing our participation in ESG organizations by 2023.

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