May 29, 2015 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Travelers Recognized for Diversity and Inclusion Efforts by DiversityInc

Companies are chosen based on a survey by DiversityInc that measures CEO commitment, human capital, corporate and organizational communications, and supplier diversity.

Watch: Cigarette Butts, World's #1 Litter, Recycled as Park Benches

A growing movement targets cigarette waste as a solvable problem.

This New App Turns Reducing Your Carbon Footprint Into A Game

App's founder, realized that individual action was key to progress quickly enough to avert disaster.

Trending: Companies Being Transparent, Re-Evaluating Goals After Slow Progress Toward Sustainability

In their latest reports, two major companies are being forthcoming about respective shortfalls in terms of expected progress toward their long-term sustainability goals.

Entrepreneurship for Social Change: Foresight, Courage and Persistence

Social entrepreneurship, used in a collaborative way, will change inefficient systems to create large-scale change.

An experiment in ‘net zero deforestation’ in Guatemala

International demand for sugar, palm oil and beef is swiftly destroying the Maya Forest, but sustainable forestry may help turn the tide.

Is Plastic Pollution Akin to Broken Windows Theory

A thought provoking piece on how why plastic pollution matters.

Energy-Poor Nepal Looks to Solar for Post-Quake Power

Nonprofit groups are raising money to provide emergency food aid, build latrines, and install free solar panels atop health clinics.

Turning to Bacteria to Fight the Effects of Climate Change

Soil bacteria can shield crops from drought; improve their growth; and enhance their tolerance of flooding, temperature extremess and other challenges of climate...

Disaster Relief: How Companies Can Get Involved In Nepal Earthquake Efforts

As companies think about the best way to lend their unique assets to relief efforts, Cone recommends a few best practices.



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