March 23, 2017 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Bernanke fears slow US recovery

The US economy is showing signs of a "self-sustaining recovery," but is not growing fast enough to reduce high jobless levels, Federal Reserve...

Which is the bigger eco-villain: plastic or paper?

Plastic is held up as a symbol of the environmental damage of disposable culture. But does it deserve its bad reputation?

Dirty Business film debunks 'clean coal' myth

Documentary reveals the true cost of US dependence and the murky realities of marketing 'clean coal' technology.

Coal vs. Solar

CNBC discussion on whether investors should get in on coal or solar stocks.

How stakeholder engagement can make or break a climate strategy

Climate change will expose businesses and other organizations to a range of new risks and opportunities. Richard Westaway explains.

Pelosi on health care hypocrisy

Dem. Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi talks to CNN's John King in an exclusive TV interview.

2011's green homes to be cheaper, smarter, tighter

A non-profit research group expects green homes will become increasingly affordable, smart and energy efficient.

Malawi reaps the reward of returning to age-old, chemical-free farming

Having seen the deteriorating effect chemical fertilisers were having on crops, a local farmer returned to composting techniques his father used in the...

Digital Divide Propels Barnes & Noble Past Rival

The digital divide has created a chasm between the nation's two biggest bookstore chains: Borders vs. Barnes & Noble.

Obama picks Daley as next chief of staff

Pres. Obama is hiring William Daley as chief of staff, choosing a veteran political manager with Wall Street ties to direct an operation...



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