October 25, 2016

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The Top Ten CSR Stories of 2010: Halos and Horns

By Francesca Rheannon When it comes to stories that are likely to have a major influence on sustainability and CSR -- for good...

Most Important CSRwire News Releases of the Decade

By Elaine Cohen How do you sort through 10 years and around 17,000 Press Releases and decide which are worth remembering? By subject?...

EPA sets mercury limits for gold mines

The U.S. EPA has set the first national standard to reduce mercury emissions from the country's gold mines, a change one environmental group...

BBB CEO resigns after ABC News investigation

There is more fallout following an ABC News investigation into an alleged "pay for play" scheme by the Better Business Bureau.

Californians Could Use Cell Phones to Track Air Pollution

Tech entrepreneurs created a simple circular filter that darkens over time as it absorbs black soot. Anyone with a basic cell phone camera...

More Brits Die from Cold than Siberians - Utilities and Government to Blame?

The British government has already faced court action over fuel poverty and the number of poor and elderly dying for lack of warm...

The Most Important Green Business Stories of 2010

On Dec. 21, Bloomberg Business published Harvard Review's most important stories affecting the greening of business in 2010. Here is a rough summary...

The Value of Being Certified Green

Now, more and more corporations are starting to realize the benefits of becoming certified green.

UK could meet renewable energy target

UK renewable energy levels reached an all-time high this autumn, meaning the government could reach its 2010 targets, according to statistics.

Scramble for Resources in Africa

Coal mines are ugly, dirty places but beauty is in the eye of the beholder.



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