August 02, 2015 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Drought May Stunt Forests’ Ability to Capture Carbon

Could result in a reduction of their role as a buffer between humans’ carbon emissions and a changing climate.

9 Ways That Cities Are Creating Tech Communities That Support Civic Innovation

These are the cities that are the best and worst at working with local startups for the benefit of all involved.

Google Street View to Map Urban Air Quality and Pollution

Google Street View cars equipped with Aclima’s mobile sensing platform to test the air around the cars at a street level.

MIT Idea: Reward Solar Generation Instead of Installation

An MIT study titled “The Future of Solar Energy,” leaders in technology, policy and economics evaluated multiple options for stimulating the United States...

Don’t Let This One Thing Sabotage Millennial Interest in Your Corporate Philanthropy

If you care about Millennial recruitment - which you should if you care about the future of your company.

RESEARCH BRIEF: Encouraging Environmentalism at Work: An Investigation of Employee Attitudes Toward Sustainability

Employees are more likely to engage in sustainable activities when they believe their organization values both their contributions and the environment.

Could Next-Gen Reactors Spark Revival In Nuclear Power?

Tech titans like Bill Gates are helping fund a new generation of commercial nuclear reactors, some likely in China, as a solution to...

Minnesota Rain Gardens go Big to Fight Pollution, Reuse Water

Many Minnesota cities use rain gardens and other "green infrastructure" now to keep stormwater from polluting nearby lakes and rivers.

Climate Change is Risky Business for US Southeastern States: New Report

The Risky Business project has just released its latest report, ‘Come Heat and High Water’, which quantifies the economic risks of climate change.

Revolutionary Reporting: Turning the Tide

Companies need to reinvent their reporting alongside reinventing the business



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