April 16, 2014

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Conflict Minerals: Why SEC Compliance Should Be the Least of Your Worries

How to protect your company's reputation around conflict minerals: Jane C. Luxton advises on Talkback.

Our Second Chance: US and the Neo Cold War

Ukraine shows it's time for the US to move from corporatocracy to world citizen. John Perkins explains on Talkback.

“Translating” CSR Effectively: Four Takeaways for Practitioners

How to talk sustainability with anyone – including conservative Texas oilmen. Rahul Mitra shows how on Talkback.

Open Adoption – It's About the Child

A social enterprise that brings families together. Ron Schultz reports on Talkback.

Wind Power Pays Back Tax Credit 17 Times Over

New US wind energy construction hit record heights in early 2014, despite the fact Congress is debating whether to renew PTC. 3p.

Biodegradable Battery Can Melt Inside You

For powering everything from medical devices to environmental sensors, these batteries leave no trace. Co.Exist.

CEOs: Prepare Now for Employee Activists

As CEO and owner of your company's reputation, an open policy could be good for business. Forbes.

Sustainable Business Leaders and Trends

Sustainable Business Leaders and Trends is the March 2014 issue of GreenMoney and features a variety of articles on Sustainable Business trends.

Consumer Choice, Competitive Markets & Climate Protection: Can the Energy Sector Deliver?

Disruption and change are not without consequences. Can the energy market switch direction without disrupting consumers?

A Transformative Way to Fight Hunger: Strengthening the Food Sector, Sustaining Communities in Africa

Sharing knowledge to reshape lives in Africa: General Mills' Susan Kamper talks about the legacy she and the company are leaving.



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