So who is the fairest of them all

[Medal of Honor] (LOC)

Image by The Library of Congress via Flickr

Ethical Corporation have been pleased to announce its shortlist for the 2011 Responsible Business Awards.

So who will be the fairest of them all? It is great to see that partnerships/collaboration have such a strong field.

Category: High Performance

PepsiCo
Yeo Valley
Unilever
Alcoa
U.S. Postal Service
National Australia Bank 
Levi Strauss & Co.

Category: Innovative Reporting

International Post Corporation
L’Oreal
Man Group 
National Australia Bank 
Petrobras – Petróleo Brasileiro 

Category: Authentic Communications

Coop (Hurray danish/swedish company who have done a lot for stakeholder communication)
Anheuser-Busch InBev
Interface FLOR
National Australia Bank 
O2
Yeo Valley
The Body Shop and L’Oreal

Category: Individual Leader

Abdulkareem Abu Alnasr – National Commercial Bank of Saudi Arabia
Bart Becht – Reckitt Benckiser plc
Fábio Barbosa – Banco Santander (Brasil) SA

Category: Sustainability Commercialised

ArcelorMittal
Unilever
Telecom Development Company Afghanistan
Santander
Origin Energy
ENDESA
Helveta
Kingfisher
Kraft Foods Inc
Marks & Spencer Plc
Timberland
ISA TanTec

Category: Best Private Company

Amsterdam RAI 
Firmenich
InterfaceFLOR 
Kohler 
National Commercial Bank of Saudi Arabia

Category: Effective Campaigner

38 Degrees (nominated by others)
Rainforest Action Network

Category: Best Collaboration

Arval & Energy Saving Trust
Caribou Coffee & Rainforest Alliance
Cemex & RSPB
Coca-Cola Hellenic & Green Danube Partnership
Earthwatch & HSBC
Kingfisher & BioRegional
Kuoni Travel Holding & Fair Trade Tourism South Africa
Marks & Spencer & Oxfam
Marshalls & Hadoti
National Australia Bank & ACER
Nestlé & The Forest Trust
O2 & Forum for the Future
Telenor Serbia & UNICEF

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