January 29, 2015

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CSR isn’t dead — but it may be fading

Businesses are going beyond CSR by integrating sustainability into everything. Yet, as sustainability is more fully integrated, the more watered-down it becomes.

Need Fundraising Ideas? Talk to a Millennial

Millennials often get a bad rap for being entitled and apathetic.....

Ahead of Davos, WEF warns of dire environmental risks

Extreme weather is a leading threat to world stability, according to the WEF.

SRI label starting in Germany in 2015

The post addresses the issue of Sri labels for financial products (funds) and announces the introduction of an Sri label in Germany, quoting...

Philanthropy Ideas for MLK Day

As MLK Day approaches on Monday, January 19th, individuals and companies across the country are thinking about how they can honor Dr. King...

7 Questions To Find Out If You're Ready To Be An Entrepreneur In 2015

What advice do you need to determine whether becoming an entrepreneur is what you really want in 2015?

Social Media Economies of Scale Start With Your Staff

Whether your five or five hundred strong, look around the office or review the org chart.

Can data hot spots like Pandora's make utilities rock harder?

Just as bands need to know where their fans are, utilities need to know which services customers want in different areas.

Seven ways climate change could kill you (really)

From roasting sidewalks to apocalyptic allergy seasons, here are the ways researchers predict a changing climate will affect your health

Sustainability reporting fails to add value

Report finds some companies wasting time and money on ineffective reporting




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