The Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment

Tri-State CRI Submits Public Comment on Definition of “Recruitment Fees”

July 12, 2016

As part of our work to advance human rights and ethical recruitment in global corporate supply chains, the Tri-State Coalition was pleased to have the opportunity to submit a comment on the definition of “Recruitment Fees” for the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) on Combating Trafficking in Persons. The FAR prohibits government contractors from charging employees recruitment […]



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Water Stewardship

May 23, 2016

Our work on water stewardship primarily focuses on addressing corporate water risk throughout agricultural supply chains. We lead engagements with ADM, Tyson, Hormel, and Hershey on water. Tri-CRI also supports an engagement with Chevron on the impacts of hydraulic fracturing (fracking).  Through these engagements, Tri-State CRI members have advocated for improved corporate water disclosure and […]



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Human Rights in the Supply Chain


Coalition members seek to promote respect for human rights throughout corporate operations, including in owned and operated facilities and throughout their global supply chains.  This work includes encouraging companies to assess human rights risks that are relevant to their operations and to adopt a Human Rights Policy that applies throughout their operations and is included […]



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We Mourn the Loss of William Clay Ford, Sr

March 11, 2014

William Clay Ford, Auto Family Scion and Detroit Lions Owner, Dies at 88 New York Times, By DOUGLAS MARTIN MARCH 9, 2014 William Clay Ford, who once steered a car from his grandfather Henry Ford’s lap but, overshadowed by his brash older brother Henry II, never got the chance to run the family business, died […]



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Ford wins over critics with greenhouse pledge

March 11, 2011

Reuters DETROIT, April 9 (Reuters) – A group of activist investors including the state of Connecticut on Wednesday dropped a campaign targeting Ford Motor Co (F.N) after the No. 2 U.S. automaker detailed plans for cutting greenhouse gas emissions over the next 12 years. Ford’s action made it the first U.S. automaker to spell out […]



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Shareholders Laud Ford as First U.S. Automaker to Set “Clearly Defined Goal” FOR A MAJOR CUT IN Greenhouse Gas Emissions

April 9, 2008

Religious, Pension Fund Shareholder Resolutions Key to Step Taken by FordWednesday April 9th, 2008 Patrick MitchellICCR DETROIT AND NEW YORK CITY///April 9, 2008///Religious and other institutional investors joined today with Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:F) in announcing that Ford is the first U.S. auto company to spell out how it plans to reach the goal of […]



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Ford wins over critics with greenhouse pledge


Reuters DETROIT, April 9 (Reuters) – A group of activist investors including the state of Connecticut on Wednesday dropped a campaign targeting Ford Motor Co (F.N) after the No. 2 U.S. automaker detailed plans for cutting greenhouse gas emissions over the next 12 years. Ford’s action made it the first U.S. automaker to spell out […]



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God and mammon on her side

February 5, 2007

Sister Patricia Daly is a nun with a fund, a thorn in the side of corner cutters, child exploiters and pollutersRichard Wray The Guardian All campaigners claim to have right on their side, but one New Jersey-based adversary of corporate America can go one better: God’s in her corner. Sister Patricia Daly, a Dominican nun, […]



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Ford Says It Will Reduce Vehicle and Plant Emissions

December 21, 2005

The Associated Press : To view Ford’s Report on the Business Impact of Climate Change Click Here. DETROIT, Dec. 20 – The Ford Motor Company said Tuesday it was taking action to reduce harmful emissions from its plants and vehicles, but it said continued progress depended on better collaboration with the oil industry and government, […]



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Ford Motor Co. Releases Climate Risk Report to Shareholders

December 20, 2005

The Ford Motor Co. today released a first-of-its-kind report in the auto industry analyzing the business implications of climate change on the company’s strategic planning and overall competitiveness. The report highlighted the severity of the global warming challenge, the need for stabilizing and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and steps the company is taking to capture […]



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