August 30, 2015

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BP frozen out of Arctic oil drilling race

BP has been forced to abandon hopes of drilling in the Arctic, currently the centre of a new oil rush, owing to its...

Researchers One Step Closer to Capturing Electricity Out of Thin Air

Electricity's most fundamental riddle: How does it form in nature? Even centuries after Ben Franklin so famously harnessed lightning, recreating this natural...

Security firms adopt military tactics to fight rhino poachers

Continued rhino poaching in South Africa is causing some security firms to adopt military tactics in their battle against the poachers.

Peak Oil Alarm Raised By Secret Government Talks

According to The Guardian, the government is holding secret official talks on peak oil and its potential impact on the economy. Bringing together...

Kyocera's Edible 'Green Curtains' Take a Bite Out of Energy Use

Kyocera Group has planted edible "green curtains" stretching thousands of feet across facilities in Japan, Thailand and Brazil in a bid to keep...

The New Corporate Accountability: Corporate Social Responsibility and the Law

The New Corporate Accountability: Corporate Social Responsibility and the Law Edited by Doreen McBarnet, Aurora Voiculescu and Tom Campbell Published by Cambridge, 2009...

British Gas schemes encourage use of solar power

As next month's Sustainable Business Breakfast focusing on Feed-in Tariffs approaches, the Guardian's published an interesting article today...

Ethical Lessons of the Pakistan Floods

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon The photos are wrenching: a young boy lying on a cot, his body emaciated by flood-borne cholera,...

Pakistan floods appeal to US$120 million

The UN refugee agency said Tuesday it was upping its appeal for Pakistan's flood victims to US$120 million so that it can provide...

Are Chemical Companies Gaming the Carbon Credit System?

A controversy is brewing over whether some chemical companies are abusing a program that gives them carbon credit revenues for destroying a potent...




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