October 20, 2017

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CSR vs. Profits - Where do businesses in your country stand?

Edelman Public Relations broadly tests Milton Friedman's assertion that "the social responsibility of business is to increase its profits." (Infographic)

Sustainability reports: who is reading the things?

Controversial and occasionally mysterious, the explosion of these vessels of transparency and accountability continues.

TIAA-CREF launch microfinance principles

40 investors sign up to new Principles for Investors in Inclusive Finance.

Making Nonprofits Profitable

The first step in making nonprofits profitable is to take a more comprehensive look at what is profitable.

£10m retrofit project targets London SMEs

London-based smal-l to medium-sized enterprises are to benefit from a project encouraging innovation and best practice in the capital's emerging green retrofit market.

Keeping the Personal Touch without Getting on a Plane

Companies are turning to high-end communication systems to reduce their carbon footprints and travel expenses.

Efficiency could cut world energy use over 70 percent

Simple changes like installing better building insulation could cut the world's energy demands by three-quarters, according to a new study.

CEOs Start Day by Focusing on Child Malnutrition

In WFP's tent at Davos, 20 CEOs, UN officials and heads of charitable foundations met and rolled up their sleeves to see what...

Durable-Goods Orders Decline

Demand for long-lasting goods unexpectedly fell 2.5% to a seasonally adjusted $191.04 billion last month on a sharp drop in aircraft orders, the...

The Green Guide to Obama's State of the Union Address

Omissions? Emissions.




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