May 03, 2015

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Cocoa Livelihoods Program: Farmer production and business training Ghana

Seventy percent of the world's cocoa is produced in West Africa... The World Cocoa Foundation's mission is to drive sustainable development programs.

RESEARCH INSIGHT: A reputation for CSR serves as a buffer for stock prices in times of crisis

This study finds that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reputation protects firms from stock declines caused by a crisis. The authors examine investor reactions...

Will Green MBAs save the planet?

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen As more and more business schools offer Green MBAs and more and more students sign up, the...

Feds: Seepage near BP cap is from another well

The Gulf oil spill crisis has taken a heavy emotional toll on weary residents, from the fishermen who make their living off the...

Freeland's Washington Post Op-Ed Is Wrong: CSR Does Maximize Corporate Profitability

CSR is about conducting business with integrity and attention to the community in a way that benefits shareholders

ACCION Ambassadors Visit Luque, Paraguay

Earlier this week along with the other ACCION Ambassadors we went to visit a women's group not far from Asunciòn. Arriving in the...

Oil spill coverage shifting into new phase

The cap that has stopped oil from gushing uncontrollably into the Gulf of Mexico inevitably means that news cameras will begin drifting away...

The European Commission could pull the plug on shareholder engagement unless owners step up

The Financial Services Authority is consulting on how to require asset managers to disclose the nature of their commitment, or otherwise, to the...

Irish reserve fund doubles ESG engagements

Ireland’s €24.1bn National Pensions Reserve Fund doubled its engagements on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues with companies in 2009

Without Carbon Emissions Cuts, the 'Anthropocene' Looms as an Ugly Epoch -- Study

Choices the world makes about whether to cut man-made carbon dioxide emissions will determine the severity of climate change over the next thousand...




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