Fortune Magazine recently used CSRHub's ESG data in an article analyzing Amazon's sustainability. As the pandemic increased reliance on Amazon's delivery services, the public eye's scrutiny of their sustainability practices intensified and the pressure to rethink these practices has increased.
CSRHub's data was used to evaluate the CSR progress of Amazon in recent years. Comparing Amazon scores and data from 2016 to today provides crucial context when examining a corporation's sustainability practices. Cynthia Figge, CSRHub CEO, was quoted in the article emphasizing that the increased scrutiny of Amazon as it has grown has required CSR improvement and investment.
CSRHub offers one of the world’s broadest and most consistent set of Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) ratings, covering 20,000 companies. Its Big Data algorithm combines millions of data points on ESG performance from hundreds of sources, including leading ESG analyst raters, to produce consensus scores on all aspects of corporate social responsibility and sustainability. CSRHub ratings can be used to drive corporate, investor and consumer decisions. For more information, visit www.CSRHub.com. CSRHub is a B Corporation.
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