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company person people planet overall score mean diff** std dev† votes articles
casio 100 82 88 97.6 +15.5 +1 32 17
canon 100 91 89 94.4 +12.3 +1 52 28
fujifilm 100 93 83 93.5 +11.4 +1 81 24
panasonic 100 86 84 91.8 +9.7 +1 279 103
ricoh 100 86 87 90.7 +8.6 +1 69 7
samsung 86 75 82 89.5 +7.4 +0 237 92
kodak 98 80 76 88.5 +6.4 +0 88 27
control4 n/a n/a 87 87.5 +5.4 +0 53 6
sony 100 67 79 85.9 +3.8 +0 213 65
philips 88 90 84 85.4 +3.3 +0 178 24
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*showing companies with at least 30 votes
**amount above or below average score of all companies based on user votes
†number of standard deviations above or below overall average




computers, software

Apple is committed to ensuring the highest standards of social responsibility wherever our products are made. Part of our role as a global, corporate citizen is to ensure our supply chain lives up to the standards outlined in our Supplier Code of Conduct. As a result of our compliance monitoring and the subsequent corrective actions, conditions have been improved at facilities where tens of thousa...

tags: computers, software, hardware, personal computer, consumer electronics, ipod, mp3 player, portable music player, cell phones, monitors, television


computers, consumer electronics

Underlying our corporate mission since the 1920's is the idea formulated by our founder, Konosuke Matsushita, that the corporation, as a public institution, is "only able to exist if it receives the support of society and therefore, in turn, must contribute to society." In adherence to this mission, Panasonic is committed to an extensive number of citizenship activities around the w...

tags: computers, consumer electronics, television, televisions, telephones, digital cameras


consumer electronics

Just as a fish cannot exist without water, a corporation cannot exist without society. SAMSUNG takes its role as a good corporate citizen very seriously and stands firmly behind its commitment to making a lasting social contribution to the community.

tags: consumer electronics, televisions, digital cameras, dvds, audio systems


computers, consumer electronics, video games

Sony is strongly committed to using its unique talents in developing new and innovative approaches to help maintain a sustainable society for the next generation.

tags: computers, consumer electronics, video games, music, movies, television, games, laptops, digital cameras, gaming consoles


computers, consumer electronics

As part of our commitment to improve the quality of life in communities where we do business, Toshiba America sponsors and promotes a wide variety of volunteer initiatives and enrichment programs.

tags: computers, consumer electronics, laptops, televisions, desktops, lcd


appliances, consumer electronics

At Philips we are in the unique position to link our brand heritage to the challenge of improving the quality of peoples lives. This is what Philips has done since our founders started the company. For them there was no difference between doing business and sustainable business. Putting people and their society at the center was inherent to their way of doing business. You could say sustainability...

tags: appliances, consumer electronics, home appliances, lighting, medical systems

lg group

consumer electronics, telecommunications

As such, we embrace the philosophy of "Great Company, Great People," whereby only great people can create a great company, and pursue two growth strategies involving "fast innovation" and "fast growth." Likewise, we seek to secure three core capabilities: product leadership, market leadership, and people-centered leadership.

tags: consumer electronics, telecommunications, mobile phones, digital display, digital appliance, digital media


consumer electronics, telecommunications

Nokia aims to set the standards for the industry through initiatives that not only make a positive impact, but also make good business sense.

tags: consumer electronics, telecommunications, mobile, phones, cell, telephones


consumer electronics

In the spirit of building closer ties with the communities in which we work and live, Sharp and its employees play an active role in all types of local efforts.

tags: consumer electronics, audio, visual, lcds, lcd, screens, televisions, tvs, monitors


consumer electronics

At Kodak, we believe that doing well by shareholders also means doing right by customers, employees, neighbors, and suppliers. With that in mind, Kodak operates its facilities, and designs and markets its products and services, not only to increase shareholder value, but also to promote development of the individual, the well being of the community, and respect for the environment.

tags: consumer electronics, cameras, photographic, photography, optical, photo, printing, digital, television, movies, film

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World's Most Ethical Companies 2009

From projectlabel.org (verified), May 27, 2009

Mission & Values

Ethisphere's World's Most Ethical Companies ranking provides companies a chance to be recognized for their efforts in ethics and compliance. The winne...

in this article: pepsico, starbucks, nike, bmw, mcdonald's, dell, kellogg, toyota, general electric, ikea, american express, ...

Philips Unveils World's First 60 Watt LED Bulb

From enn.com (verified), May 16, 2010

Resource Management

Yesterday at the Lightfair International tradeshow in Las Vegas, Royal Philips Electronics unveiled its breakthrough EnduraLED light bulb. This bulb will be the world's first LED replacement for the 60 watt incandescent light bulb, which represe...

in this article: philips

Daewoo Targets Boom In Offshore Wind Power

From businessgreen.com (verified), August 25, 2010

Resource Management

South Korean ship building giant Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering has announced that it is aiming to generate a third of its sales from wind power by 2020 as global demand for alternative energy continues to climb.

in this article: daewoo

Control4 Leads Consortium To Teach Consumers Why The Smart Grid Is Important

From venturebeat.com (verified), March 25, 2010

Resource Management

Spearheaded by the leadership team at Control4, maker of a home energy management and automation dashboard for regular consumers, the new Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative (SGCC) includes big names like General Electric, Best Buy, IBM, Silver Spring ...

in this article: ibm, general electric, best buy, control4, silver spring networks

Procter & Gamble Launches Widget To Convert Clicks Into Water

From mashable.com (verified), October 25, 2010

Community Impact

Major consumer goods company Procter and Gamble (P&G) has launched a widget that bloggers can embed into their blogs in several days. For each click they receive from readers, P&G will donate a day’s worth of clean drinking water (about...

in this article: procter & gamble

Fuji Xerox Australia: Video Sustainability Report

From environmentalleader.com (verified), October 22, 2010

Mission & Values

While EL already reported on Fuji Xerox Australia’s Sustainability Report. We thought it might interest sustainability executives to take a look at the report itself and also the elements Fuji highlights in this eight minute video.

in this article: xerox, fujifilm

GM Looks To Give EV Batteries A Life After Cars

From nytimes.com (verified), September 21, 2010

Waste Management

General Motors Co. and power electronics company ABB Group will work together to research how used electric car batteries can gain a second life on the nation's power grid, the companies said today.

in this article: general motors, abb

Toshiba Leaps From Laptops To Electric Cars

From earth2tech.com (verified), July 2, 2010

Waste Management

Toshiba and Mitsubishi Motors have teamed up to work on battery systems for electric cars, the laptop and electronics giant announced on Friday. Toshiba is hoping to see its lithium-ion battery technology deployed in upcoming plug-in cars from Mitsub...

in this article: toshiba, mitsubishi

Panasonic Presents First Li-ion EV Battery To Tesla

From greencarcongress.com (verified), April 25, 2010

Waste Management

Panasonic Energy Company President Naoto Noguchi presented Tesla Chief Technology Officer JB Straubel with the first production Lithium-ion cells manufactured at the new facility during a recent visit. In January, the two agreed to collaborate to dev...

in this article: panasonic

Why Can’t Apple Make Greenhouse Gas Curbing Commitments?

From justmeans.com (verified), April 21, 2010

Waste Management

Why is a red-hot company like Apple with a Nobel-Prize winning board member, Al Gore, unable to set public goals to reduce its carbon footprint? That’s the question raised by a shareholder proposal to be voted on tomorrow at the Apple annual sh...

in this article: apple