Tag Archives: sustainability

potential energy coalition climate messaging

This summary is provided by the IPR ESG & Purpose Research Library The Potential Energy Coalition examined global perspectives on climate change action and best messaging practices. An online survey of 57,968 respondents was conducted June 12 – August 28, 2023 across 23 countries with over 2,000 respondents per country. Key findings include: — 71% of … Continue reading How Global Climate Change Messaging Shapes Public Perception

Latin America

IPR is a sponsor of the Latin American Communication Monitor The Latin American Communication Monitor (LCM) analyzed trends in Latin America’s PR field and what professionals are predicting for 2024. A survey of 1,134 communications professionals from 20 countries was conducted from May – June 2022. Key findings include: 1.) Multiple trends were consistent across … Continue reading Top Priorities in 2024 for Latin American Communicators

This summary is provided by the IPR ESG and Purpose Research Library Dr. CB Bhattacharya and Rob Jekielek analyzed whether employers were prompting employees to conduct business with sustainability in mind. Surveys of 1,056 managers were conducted in fall 2022 by The Harris Poll and the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Sustainable Business. Key findings include: … Continue reading Sustainability Progress is Stalled at Most Companies

This summary is provided by IPR based on the original study by the International Monetary Fund The International Monetary Fund (IMF) examined characteristics and beliefs associated with climate risk perceptions and preferences for climate policies. An online survey was conducted between July 5 – Aug. 11, 2022. Key findings include: — The share of people … Continue reading Public Perceptions of Climate Mitigation Policies

This summary is provided by the IPR ESG and Purpose Research Library. Deloitte examined how organizations and the global economy can continue to grow while reaching climate goals and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. A survey of 2,016 CxOs (C-level executives) was conducted by KS&R Inc. and Deloitte from Sept. – Oct. 2022. Key findings include:1.) … Continue reading 2023 CxO Sustainability Report

This blog is provided by the IPR ESG & Purpose Research Library. Honeywell examined the sentiment and progress of Environmental Sustainability (ES) initiatives on a global basis. A survey of 653 professionals directly involved in the planning, strategic development, implementation, or oversight of environmental sustainability goals and initiatives was conducted April 1–Sept. 30, 2022. Key … Continue reading Corporations Prioritizing Environmental Sustainability

This summary is provided by the IPR ESG Resource Page based on the original report by Morning Consult Morning Consult explored consumer attitudes, behaviors, and expectations toward sustainability. A survey of 2,210 U.S. adults was conducted from July 5-7, 2022. Key findings include: 1.) Consumers said that sustainability is most important for industries that are … Continue reading Consumer Knowledge About Sustainability Does Not Equal Understanding

An analysis of stakeholder conversations on Twitter about the environment and sustainability. Download Full Report (PDF): The Perceptions of Sustainability Cision and the Institute for Public Relations (IPR) examined the conversation around environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) topics. This second report focuses on the ‘E’ in ESG — environment and sustainability. Executive Summary Organizations are increasingly … Continue reading The Perceptions of Sustainability

This summary is provided by IPR based on the original study by Accenture” Accenture assessed how finance leaders approach ESG measurement and reporting. A survey was completed from August — September 2021 of 640 finance leaders across six countries. Key findings include: 78% of financial leaders said they were trying to understand the financial risk … Continue reading How are Financial Leaders Reporting ESG?

Summary Understanding the antecedents of green consumer behavior (GCB) is crucial for creating effective green marketing communications. The traditional attitude-behavior relationship model excludes affective factors (i.e. emotion), partially leading to inconsistent research findings. To better understand the antecedents of green consumer behavior, this study considers both affective and cognitive (i.e. knowledge) factors. Method A survey … Continue reading Does Integrating Environmental Values and Emotion in Green Marketing Communications Induce Sustainable Consumer Behavior?