November 26, 2015 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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These Adorable Owls Will Not Kill You With Plague

The owls immunity could provide some interesting information to scientists studying the disease.

D.C. Water Begins Harnessing Electricity from Every Flush

The next time you flush in the nation’s capital, you might consider this: You — or, more precisely, whatever you have flushed —...

8 Successful People Share How Not To Find A Mentor

Finding someone to help you navigate your career path is crucial to success, but make sure to avoid these mistakes.

These 14 Sleek Solar Homes Do More Than Produce Power

Fewer college teams built homes to compete in this year’s Solar Decathlon, but their gee-whiz features might offer a surprising glimpse of the...

A Brilliant New Effort is Turning San Diego's Homeless Youth into Business Pros

A new initiative is empowering homeless young people in San Diego to take control over their lives. Using soap.

Rainforest Alliance Student Spotlight Contest

Do you have a story to tell about promoting sustainability on your college campus? The Rainforest Alliance wants to hear it!

United Way Sees Spike in Young Employees Looking to Volunteer Through Corporate Campaigns

United Way campaigns changing the face of corporate social responsibility with younger volunteers.

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.

This 3-D-Printed House Gets All The Power It Needs From A Car

The grid is hopelessly antiquated and has to pull power from far away. What if your house was on its own microgrid.

Bridging Technology and Policy, One Fellow at a Time

“TechCongress” is designed to bring technology experts to Capitol Hill to bridge the technology-policy divide.



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