Council Fire Once Again Honored as Best for The World Corporation
Principles for Investment in Sustainable Wild-Caught Fisheries
Creating Positive Impact for Workers, Environment and Community
For a fifth consecutive year, Council Fire has been honored as a "Best For The World" B Corporation. The designation results from our B Impact Assessment score placing us in the top 10% of the more than 2,500 Globally Certified B Corporations across all categories and quantifies the tremendous impact of the growing Council Fire team and the work we do to support purpose-driven organizations in creating lasting economic, social and environmental value.
CSR Matters: To “B” or Not to “B”. . . A Better Way to Do Business
Council Fire's Scott Burns has joined forces with leading impact investors, NGOs and foundations to co-author a set of principles designed to ensure the billions of dollars that are invested in wild-caught fisheries every year have sustainability as a central part of the mission.
"B"-Line to Prosperity: How B and Benefit Corps Can Boost Economic Development & Quality of Life
Council Fire CEO George Chmael discusses how B Corporations are demonstrating many different ways to use business as a force for good and why it matters.
Bringing the B to Baltimore: Using B Corporations as a New Tool for Economic Development
Council Fire's Michael Shuman and other members of the team reveal the resulting business and economic impacts of companies "measuring what matters" and modifying their behavior in ways that benefit employees, customers and communities unlike ever before.
Improving Net Gains: Data-Driven Innovations for America's Fishing Future
Council Fire explains how a critical mass of companies becoming B or Benefit Corporations can successfully strengthen local economies and advance critical economic development goals.
Council Fire’s 2016 Annual Impact Report
Rebounding U.S. fisheries provide our nation with an exciting moment of opportunity. In the past, declining stocks put fishermen out of work, kept recreational anglers off the water, and deprived seafood businesses and consumers of American-caught product.
Learn more about Council Fire’s economic, social and environmental impact in the 2016 edition of our annual Impact Report.