May 22, 2018 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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DIY Pedal-Powered Porsche: Build A Green Car

Slide show of green cars featuring renewable materials and alternative sources of fuel.

TED Talk: Blue is the New Green As Water Footprints Enter The Economy

Water rights holders get paid to leave water in streams, businesses pay to clean up water... it sounds too good to be true.

Groups sue over coal impact on San Juan River

A coalition of environmental groups is suing the federal government over its alleged failure to protect the San Juan River ecosystem from coal...

The Jobs Project: Unemployed Coal Miners Install Solar Panels In West Virginia

A group devoted to creating alternative energy jobs in Central Appalachia is building a first for West Virginia's southern coalfields region this week.

Why Cap and Trade Is Good for Environmental Marketing

A lesson learned throughout human existence, the tragedy of the commons is about to be demonstrated on a global scale.

Tequila's Dirty Secret: It's Causing a Major Environmental Problem in Mexico

The process of making tequila, it turns out, can be as messy, smelly and disgusting as the aftermath of drinking too much of...

Global fish consumption hits record high

The global consumption of fish has hit a record high, reaching an average of 17kg per person, a UN report has shown.

Why "corporate responsibility" should not exist

A new approach should be: "Work out the social, economic, cultural and environmental ROI/impacts of your business efforts."

EU "close" to making corporate ESG disclosure mandatory

The European Commission (EC), is edging closer to making environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosures mandatory for companies.

Ex-Banker Gets Longest U.K. Insider-Trading Sentence

A former Dresdner Kleinwort banker, was sentenced to the longest prison term for insider-trading crime in the U.K.



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