November 30, 2015 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Helping Make Safe Drinking Water For All Reality

A glass of clean water. Something so simple that we take for granted daily. An estimated 1.8 billion people lack access to safe...

Critics question how much better organic really is

The idea behind organic food is that "natural" is better. Better for the soil, the environment and the body. That's why some Americans...

Splat goes the theory

Local and organic is a romantic myth – the future of sustainable agriculture is all about smart technology and scaling up

Subway Is Transitioning To Antibiotic-Free Meat

Subway said Tuesday that it plans to switch to meat raised without antibiotics over the next several years.

Wearable Sensors Offer New Hope for Early Breast Cancer Detection

Called iTBra, it is being developed by scientist and entrepreneur Rob Royea, who is working to bring the life-saving solution to market with...

Soft Drinks Industry Urged to Set Sugar Reduction Targets

New research by Action on Sugar has revealed the shockingly high levels of free sugars found globally in sugar-sweetened soft drinks.

Doctor In Gaza Invents 3D-Printable, Cost-Effective Stethoscope

Tarek Loubani has created an innovative stethoscope that can be 3-D printed for $2.50 to help address the shortage of supplies in Gaza.

New Data: CVS' No Smokes Decision Decreased Tobacco Sales in Chains Across the US

The study evaluated cigarette purchases at drug, food, big box, dollar, convenience & gas station retailers in the eight months after CVS stopped...

Troubled Water

How access to clean water differs for families across the world

Could This 'Drinkable Book' Provide Clean Water to the Developing World?

Pour untreated water over a page from the book and silver nanoparticles embedded in it will kill nearly 100 percent of disease-causing bacteria



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