August 31, 2015

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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...

Welcome to Urban Partnership Bank

Urban Partnership Bank rises to continue the legacy of community development. Learn more about this new bank, its commitment to community development, and...

Carbon footprint: unknown

Despite the fast approaching deadline for registration to the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme (30th September)...

Ten ideas to change the world

Ten simple things, such as recycling and microfinancing, can help protect the environment and make the world a better place.

Weekly Challenge: Why budgeting should be the last thing you should be thinking about!

Weekly Challenge: Why budgeting should be the last thing you should be thinking about! By Robert U Craven, ScalePassion founder www.scalepassion.com [This entry...

Migration Linkages

This initiative helps protect the rights of migrant workers who are moving between developing countries by connecting multinational companies and suppliers with civil...

Carbon footprint of the web

There is a very interesting article in the Guardian about the carbon footprint of the Internet.

Green is not always all it seems!

A recent study published by the Environment Agency has indicated that using water recycling technologies such as greywater harvesting...




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