December 10, 2018 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Can UN human rights guide for businesses work?

New standards governing the operation of multinational companies do not go far enough to protect human rights if the framework is adopted in...

Do Business and Ethics Mix? Handling Ethical Dilemmas Abroad

By Jim McArdle, Senior Vice-President, Legal Services and Secretary, EDC Many companies today recognize they can sustain their success by doing business ethically...

Gulf oysters get boost toward recovery

Volunteers are rebuilding oyster reefs along the Gulf of Mexico's shoreline, hoping to revive oyster beds under assault from overharvesting and the BP...

Chromium-6 and clean water

As the Environmental Working Group found, carcenogenic contamination is a real issue, and we need to go back to the source.

The Global Implications of Our Ethical Decisions

Jeffrey Hollender weighs in on the potential impact on the next seventh generations.

Climate Benefits of Natural Gas May Be Overstated

The United States is poised to bet its energy future on natural gas as a clean, plentiful fuel that can supplant coal and...

Doctor fills health-care gap for homeless women

Dr. Roseanna Means' nonprofit offers direct, free medical care to homeless women and children.

10 Challenges holding business back from being green

Business leaders from Unilever, Suncor and a dozen other organizations met to identify their greatest challenges in sustainability.

Australian Study Shows MBAs Don't Really Care About CSR

MBA students say they care about a company's reputation for CSR, but when asked to evaluate hypothetical job offers, they give those same...

Walmart's 2011 Mantra: Smart Philanthropy & Effective CSR

Walmart doesn't have the best reputation, but it's taking steps in the right direction.



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