December 22, 2014 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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EPA Ponders Expanded Regulatory Power In Name of 'Sustainable Development'

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency wants to change how it analyzes problems and makes decisions, in a way that would give it expanded...

Postmaster General Talks Sustainability in Durban While Promoting Junk Mail Back Home

Postmaster forgets to mention that the Postal Service is mainly making money from delivering junk mail and is losing billions of dollars a...

6 Green Things The U.S. Military is Doing

Whether they think it's the right thing to do or they're being pragmatic in the face of uncertain oil markets, the results are...

How can business help us reach a sustainable world?

The full broadcast from the WBCSD's panel discussion on the role companies have in ensuring humanity lives within its resources

Sustainable Foods Summit America: Ingredients, Proteins and Packaging top Agenda

The fifth edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit will take place in San Francisco on 17-18th January 2012 and explores new horizons in...

Our Detox Decade

Major brands go to detox. Greenpeace's Detox Campaign gives companies a roadmap to recovery. John Elkington has the scoop on Talkback.

The Green Conundrum of China and India

How will growth square with sustainability as the East and South develop? Philip Monaghan explores.

In Aftermath of Supercommittee Failure, Macro View Needed for Future Economic Reforms

Michael Shank identifies eight must-haves for a peaceful, democratic state. On Talkback.

Could Less Consumer Choice Be A Good Thing?

Making sustainable products optional confines them to the niche market - CSR maven Wayne Visser tells it like it is on Talkback.

Companies' 2012 Sustainability Plans: Focus on Employees, Suppliers

The Annual Sustainability Executive Survey, 2012, found that sustainability spending will rise significantly next year. Results on Environmental Leader.



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