January 24, 2019

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The Life of a Straw – A Harrowing Narrative to Support #TheFutureDoesntSuck

Bacardi, the world’s largest privately held spirits company, has been teaming up with venues and organizations worldwide to ban single-use plastic straws.

I’m Suing Scott Pruitt’s Broken EPA - Here’s How to Fix It

Joe Arvai is among a group of scientists that is suing the agency over Scott Pruitt's actions.

Unpacking Corporate Responsibility at Amazon

What is the state of CR at Amazon?

When Boycotts Work: A Guide To The Facebook/Cambridge Analytica Scandal

Facebook has always had its share of critics, but now the company is enveloped in a scandal that is steamrolling into boycott territory.

Silviculture Can Improve Farmers’ Incomes

Two new studies reveal the importance of silviculture for increasing farmers’ incomes in Indonesia.

The Untapped Potential of Employee Volunteer Programs

If you’re an employee engagement professional right now, think about these questions.

Fostering a Secure Tomorrow in Tech for Youth

Fostered young people are being helped to guard their IT identities under a new project led by Symantec, the huge US cyber security...

The UN Deserves Credit for Its Role in Business Becoming More Responsible

Corporate responsibility has come a long way this decade - and the United Nations deserves far more credit that what it has earned...

GM Says Landfill-Free Plants Are Just the Beginning

We spoke with GM's Global Waste Reduction manager.

STEM Increases Diversity While Teaching Skills

STEM programs are teaching valuable skills to youth—and, at the same time, increasing diversity through outreach to girls and students of color



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