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"10 Words or Less" with Aman Singh, former CSRwire editorial director

Singh, vice president for business and social purpose at Edelman, is a former journalist who has written for the Wall Street Journal, GreenBiz,...

3 reasons why universities are betting big on renewable energy

Colleges and universities always have been focal points of change. During the last few years, they have begun to lead in an entirely...

Can Social Business Be a Powerful Tool for Large Corporate Impact for Good?

FEMSA turns to social entrepreneurship in order to reach their sustainability goals and build stable, healthy communities much faster

Business leaders must prioritise sustainability to gain society's trust

Companies will be judged on what they do, not what they say about going green

Investors feel the heat over climate change

Global investors may be crucial to influencing the response to climate change, but they lack understanding of how to apply research to investment...

Integrated reporting gains technology boost

IIRC plans collaboration initiative to foster reporting and management tech innovation

#GivingTuesday: The Philanthropy Revolution Will Be Hashtagged

This season you’ve seen plenty of #BlackFriday and #CyberMonday references, but be on the lookout Tuesday, Dec. 2, for the new tag in...

World Aids Day: the role of business in HIV/Aids treatment and education

With some 107,800 people currently living with HIV/Aids in the UK, employers have a role in setting an example as HIV-literate and supportive

Why Google Stopped Trying To Make Renewable Energy Cheaper Than Coal

Google gave up on their REt compete economically with coal.



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