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Organizations Are Expected to Prioritize Both People and the Planet in 2023

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Jan 3, 2023

Three in ten Americans say climate change is the most important issue for organizations to get behind in 2023, according to a recent survey by Reputation Leaders. However, organizations helping vulnerable people by addressing poverty, human rights, abuse of power, and homelessness are together as important to consumers as protecting the planet in 2023.

A survey of 500 US adults nationally in November 2022 found that American respondents’ top priorities for organizations to support in 2023 are climate change (30%), poverty and hunger (27%), human rights (24%), corruption and abuse of power (23%) and homelessness (21%). Expectations for social action are rising as citizens…

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