October 20, 2014

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Being proactive improves value

Companies that combine strong financials with ESG disclosure perform better over time.

Why is the U.N.'s Declaration on Forests about agriculture?

The U.N. Climate Summit in New York this week wasn’t formally part of the climate negotiations.

MBA student speaks out about an ethical issue that arose during her class

How reframing a problem can help avoid unethical decision making.

Retail Horizons: Does the sharing economy mean the end of retail?

With the recent explosive growth of Airbnb and Uber, it seems likely that the sharing economy is here to stay.

Bright ideas: how SMEs can save energy

Start-ups could save thousands by introducing energy-efficiency measures. So what prevents small businesses from reducing their energy costs?

A Gender Lens For Giving: Women In Philanthropy Urged To Invest More In Women And Girls

Women in philanthropy can – and should – commit far greater resources to advancing the cause of women and girls in the world.

The 5 Climate Week reports you shouldn't miss

If you're only going to follow a few major reports, these are a good place to start.

Tim Cook: Apple's New HQ Will Be 'The Greenest Building On The Planet'

Cook says the building would be exclusively powered by renewables like wind and solar energy.

World population to hit 11bn in 2100 – with 70% chance of continuous rise

New study overturns 20 years of consensus on peak projection of 9bn and gradual decline

Poison Apple: At Factories, Chinese Workers Pay Toxic Price

In China, there are more than 200 million people working in hazardous environments like electronic factories, making Apple products.




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