April 26, 2015

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CSR gets on govt agenda in China and India

Two recent reports indicate that India and China may have started viewing corporate social responsibility a bit more seriously...

A Goal for the Next World Cup: Reaching Beyond Recycled Content

The FIFA World Cup is a great international celebration and competition that has brought increased attention to the environmental impact and overall sustainability...

Top CEOs Focus on Sustainability

A recent survey by the United Nations Global Compact and Accenture, "A New Era of Sustainability," found that a majority of today's most...

Use It or Lose It: How schools are forced to spend money

Now that we've begun a new fiscal year in school districts throughout the country, the books are being closed on accounts which, only...

Agriculture Colleges Sell Cow Herds To Cut Costs

The fields and long red barns at the University of Vermont will soon house fewer cows as low milk prices, high costs and...

With a Boost from Innovation, Small Wind Is Powering Ahead

New technologies, feed-in tariffs, and tax credits are helping propel the small wind industry, especially in the United States...

Increase Engagement by Encouraging Employees to Volunteer

Volunteering has always been viewed as good for your soul. Now it turns out that it's also good for your health and your...

Compostable Packaging...a Bust? Ethical Consumption Investigates

What does 'compostable' mean after all? The term "compostable" is unregulated in most places across the world...

Share of College Spending for Recreation Is Rising

American colleges spending a declining share of their budgets on instruction and more on admin & rec facilities. The report... (shows) a growing...

Kraft Cuts Waste 30 Percent; Nine Plants Hit Zero Waste

Through a combination of recycling, waste-to-energy projects, composting and turning food scraps into animal feed, Kraft Foods has cut its waste by more...




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