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CSRwire Talkback is where thought leaders and socially conscious readers meet to discuss today's most pressing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) issues. Talkback focuses on two main areas: CSR (business ethics, shareholder activism, corporate governance and public policy) and Sustainability (green living, human rights, the environment and social enterprise). Join the conversation and share your thoughts on Talkback!
Posted: Jul 08, 2013 – 09:29 AM EST
There is a concept that arises every now and then in CSR discussions: if practitioners succeed, we will put ourselves out of business. But is that true? Susan Heaney reports on Talkback.
Posted: Jul 05, 2013 – 09:00 AM EST
Five ways to make chemical safety reform better. John Replogle, CEO of Seventh Generation tells how on Talkback – and responds to a Talkback post.
Posted: Jul 03, 2013 – 09:59 AM EST
Bringing buffalo back to the range is good for the land and American diets. Rancher Dan O’Brien tells the story on Talkback.
Posted: Jul 03, 2013 – 09:28 AM EST
The Japanese were pioneers in CSR before “CSR” existed. Wayne Visser tells the story on Talkback.
Posted: Jul 02, 2013 – 10:44 AM EST
Greeks are lazy; austerity is prosperity – and other Greek myths. Mitchell Beer reports on Talkback.
Posted: Jul 02, 2013 – 09:54 AM EST
Corporations for the people: Bob Monks ponders the rights and responsibilities of We, The Owners. On Talkback.
Posted: Jul 01, 2013 – 10:05 AM EST
New measures and principles offer sustainable alternatives to traditional finance. Hazel Henderson reports on Talkback.
Posted: Jul 01, 2013 – 09:36 AM EST
Can government become a harbinger of change and align its policies to reflect the goals of the people?
Posted: Jun 28, 2013 – 08:46 AM EST
In part two of a three part series responding to questions asked during #SustLiving, our Twitter chat with Unilever, Chief Sustainability Officer Gail Klintworth takes on packaging, waste, consumer behavior and more. On Talkback.
Posted: Jun 28, 2013 – 08:25 AM EST
If a company is perceived to be part of a “problem,” can it still be part of the solution? Sarah Coles examines Coca-Cola's latest efforts to address obesity. On Talkback.
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