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London's super sewer causes a stink

Most agree the 24-mile, 3.6bn pounds 'super sewer' is necessary. But Londoners are furious that Thames Water is choosing to drill in public...

Demand for Quinoa a Boon for Bolivian Farmers

Quinoa, once a staple of the Incas, is now increasingly popular. Much of it comes from the windswept, high-altitude plains of Bolivia, known...

Harvesting body heat to warm buildings?

Body heat is not an energy source that normally springs to mind when companies want to keep down soaring energy costs.

Rio+20 or Bust?

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Martha Shaw The first intersessional meeting to plan for the Rio+20 Earth Summit 2012 kicks off United Nations International...

Haiti, one year later

Only five percent of the rubble has been cleared as crippling "indecision" has stalled reconstruction efforts, a recent report by humanitarian group Oxfam...

2010 ties record for warmest year: NOAA

Last year tied for the warmest globally since records began, a U.S. agency said, capping a decade of record high temperatures and raising...

New International Sustainability Standard for Cell Phones On Its Way

UL Environment is working to develop a new set of standards for mobile devices that will green up the industry worldwide.

Italy court approves nuclear energy referendum

Italy's constitutional court ruled Wednesday that a national referendum could be held on whether to revive nuclear power production.

Haiti earthquake: Rediscovered frog species offer signs of hope

As people of earthquake-torn Haiti mark a painful anniversary this week and slowly rebuild their country, scientists report finding six species of globally...

CSRwire Member Spotlight: The Cascade Effect

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Jayne Flannery Small ripples can create a bigger wave. Bob Langert, McDonald's vice president of Corporate Social Responsibility talks...



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