“People, planet and profit”, also known as the “triple bottom line”, refers to one way to evaluate CSR expenditures on the part of the sponsoring company. “People” refers to employee and fair labor practices. “Planet” refers to sustainable environmental practices (such as measuring a company’s carbon footprint). “Profit” refers to the economic value created from the CSR expenditures.
Triple Bottom Line
By Gary Carr| 2018-03-01T21:14:56+00:00 February 21st, 2018|
About the Author: Gary Carr
A Principal at CSR Matters, Gary has 25+ years of experience working in Corporate Social Responsibility, including nonprofits, software development and the financial services industries. "It's a labor of love. I have a number of professional interests, and they all intersect with CSR." Over the past several years, he has been actively involved in the acquisition, growth and consolidation of a number of companies in the CSR space, including AmeriGives, Good Done Great, WPG Solutions, and Dexterity Ventures, plus donor advised funds DonateWell and Place2Give. Gary's prior experience includes leadership positions with Bank of America, United Way and KindMark. To learn more about the breadth and depth of Gary's operational, financial and executive experience, please visit https://www.linkedin.com/in/gpfcarr/.