Corporate Knights Magazine, the magazine for clean capitalism, is published 4 times per year by Corporate Knights Inc. Founded in 2002, CK's flagship magazine, is published as a quarterly insert in the Globe and Mail and Washington Post. As one of the world's largest circulation (125K+) magazines focused on the intersection of business and society, CK is the most prominent brand in the clean capitalism media space.
Definition of Clean Capitalism: An economic system in which prices incorporate social, economic and ecological benefits and costs, and actors know the full impacts of their actions.
Our vision is to provide information empowering markets to foster a better world.
Corporate Knights Magazine is a division of Corporate Knights Inc., a media, research and financial products company focused on quantifying and animating clean capitalism drivers for decision makers.
B Corp: CK is proud to be the first print business magazine and research firm in the world to be a Certified B Corp. We believe that companies meet their highest purpose when they serve the interests of society, and being certified helps to firm up our own personal commitment. To earn certification, B Corps must meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency.
Before sending a proposal or a completed piece, writers are encouraged to read back issues of the magazines for a better understanding of the topics we cover, writing style, and to avoid any repetition in editorial content.
Queries should be sent to Jeremy Runnalls, Managing Editor jeremy[@]corporateknights.com. Anyone wishing to write for Corporate Knights should email a written proposal, along with a CV, and at least two other published writing samples. The proposal should include key points you will address in the article, a variety of sources, and the specific qualifications you have to write on this topic. Queries are discussed by our editorial board. We try to respond to all submissions as quickly as possible. Due to volume, the consideration process may take several weeks. We do not consider simultaneous submissions or material that has been previously published.
Corporate Knights Board of Directors
Nicholas Parker is Chairman of Corporate Knights Inc. He is also the co-founder and chairman of the Cleantech Group - the market-leading research company that introduced the cleantech concept to the investment and business community in 2002, The Blue Economy Initiative, and the WaterTAP Corporation, as well as on several boards, including Government of Singapore Energy and Cleantech Advisory Panel and the Canadian Centre of Excellence for Commercialization of Research and Parker Venture Management, his private investment and advisory business. Previously, Nicholas accumulated over 15 years experience starting and investing venture funds worldwide through limited partnerships, family offices, corporate funds and endowments.
Toby is the president and co-founder of Corporate Knights. He is a current board member of Friends of the Earth Canada and chairman of E3 Canadian Roundtables, a series of roundtables to define a Canadian energy strategy that will catalyse the country’s clean energy superpower potential. He spearheaded the first global ranking of the world’s 100 most sustainable corporations in 2005. The rankings are now an annual staple of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, and have also been published by Newsweek, BusinessWeek and Forbes. In 2008, Toby served as press secretary to Ralph Nader.
Prof. David Wheeler
Dean of Business and Pro Vice-Chancellor, University of Plymouth
Prof. Errol Mendes
Full Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa
Prof. Blair Feltmate
Director, Sustainability Practice, Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo
Director, Government Affairs, AstraZeneca Canada
Corporate Knights Policy
In print advertising, as with editorial, we respect and value free expression and having all views at the table.
From time to time Corporate Knights Inc. or its executives may have revenue relationships with companies that are the subject of its editorial, ranking or investment products. Employees are required to disclose any and all potential conflicts to senior managers. Corporate Knights has a strict policy regarding the separation of revenue relationships and its suite of editorial, ranking and investment products. Any employee who allows a revenue relationship to influence the company’s editorial, ranking, or investment products will be dismissed.
We invite comments from readers and advertisers about this policy. Email your comments to Toby Heaps, Publisher.
Corporate Knights publishes quarterly: Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn. If you have subscribed, you should expect your first issue to arrive within six to twelve weeks, depending on when you subscribed. Shipping is included in all subscription costs.
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