August 02, 2015 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Impact Investing Scores $60B in Sustainable Assets - The Minute

The rise of impact investing, and how it is changing the financial sector

Naming the Mindsets of Innovation

Social sector leaders can encourage innovation by fostering three productive mindsets.

Should Companies Be Required to Label Genetically Modified Foods?

Backers of the idea say consumers deserve to know what’s in the food they eat. Critics say labeling is a ploy to make...

Sustainability in 140 Characters?

How Firms Like McDonald’s Use Social Media to Build Community Trust

7 Cool Ways Cities Are Thinking Ahead on Climate Change

From sea walls to "sponge zones," here are some innovative urban ideas for boosting resilience.

The Writing Assignment That Changes Lives

Recently, researchers have been getting more and more interested in the role that mental motivation plays in academic achievement.

Climate Change Is Shrinking Where Bumblebees Range, Research Finds

Warming temperatures have caused bumblebee populations to retreat from the southern limits of their travels in North America and Europe, a new study...

Crowdsourced Computing Finds High Tech Solution to Water Purification Challenge

Scientists have used a virtual supercomputer to discover some unexpected and useful properties of nanotubes for highly effective water filtration systems.

The Digital Future of Corporate Responsibility

How the Internet of Everything can help solve four fundamental corporate responsibility challenges.

A Thoughtful Conversation About the Pope’s Encyclical

This week, an extraordinary private conversation took place online among a group of sustainability thought leaders.



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