The investor relations page of a public company website provides access to company reports, including annual (10-K) and quarterly (10-Q) filings. A company's most recent 10-K can provide insight and information into a company's current perspective on corporate social responsibility.
Company websites and 10-Ks can highlight efforts towards climate change, board diversity, sustainability, social fundraising, and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). Companies may also report on specific campaigns and efforts in periodic ESG reports that address their progress and commitment, in relation to their business strategy and goals.
Tips for Searching the 10-K (use ctrl+f to locate specific phrases within the report):
Often, companies promote their corporate social responsibility reports and practices on websites. Usually the CSR policies and activities will be found in the "About Us" or "Investor Relations" area. Look for terms using Ctrl+F and key terms like "sustainability", "diversity", "inclusion." "social," or "community."
Example: From PepsiCo.com
If you are having difficulty finding information about CSR on a company website, you can use these websites to search for CSR and ESG reports.
The world's largest directory of Corporate Social Responsibility reports is the Corporate Register. This searchable database is free to use, but you must register using your .edu email address.
Recent sustainability and corporate social responsibility reports. View all or sort by industry.
Indexes allow asset managers to analyze "reliable and objective benchmarks to manage sustainability portfolios."
"Research and journalism to corporate malfeasance and to advocate for multinational corporate accountability and transparency."
Annual index of most sustainable corporations in the world published by Corporate Knights.
From HLS Forum on Corporate Govenance and Financial Regulation, provides a list sources for ESG reports and ratings.