August 27, 2016

CSRWire.com The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

news by category

 CSRlive: Contribute, Discover, Share

CSRlive is an interactive forum to share articles, video, audio and commentary relating to corporate citizenship, sustainability, and socially responsible initiatives. To learn more, click here.

All CSRlive Content

New guide to corporate engagement on responsible water use published

The UN Global Compact CEO Water Mandate has launched a new report - the Guide to Responsible Business Engagement with Water Policy.

Is The EPA Confrontational Enough?

A lot riding on the EPA, pretty much the country's only shot at tackling global warming.

Killer in the Attic: EPA Still Evades Zonolite Warnings

Rising sentiment that we don't need government in our lives, proved otherwise by this story.

Environmental Concern, Not Economy, Top Issue Facing Mining Industry: Global Poll

A recent global survey confirms environmental concerns (40%), closely followed by social concerns (28%), continue to be the top sustainable issues.

CSRwire Member Spotlight: Big Ball of Hope

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Jayne Flannery One small soccer ball can make a massive impact on the quality of life within some of...

A Way Home: A Feature Length Documentary

A WAY HOME is a fighters' and dreamers' story about how deeply baseball can affect a strife-torn region, a surprising story that brings...

'Corporate Environmental Management and Credit Risk': Moskowitz Prize Study Finds ESG Impact on Debt Costs

The 2010 Moskowitz Prize winner is "Corporate Environmental Management and Credit Risk," a study that found companies with strong environmental records pay less...

The Final Generation: Dr. Howard V. Perlmutter Contemplates The Unthinkable And Our Only Hope For Survival

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon Globalization theorist and Wharton scholar Howard V. Perlmutter, Ph.D. says a new global civilization must come into...

Shetland deepwater oil spill could reach Norfolk and Greenland, Chevron admits

Forecast impact of Lagavulin oil spill set out in emergency plan and confidential correspondence obtained by the Guardian.

A glimpse into Harvard's 'No One Leaves' project

A way to stop the tide of evictions ravaging low-income neighborhoods.




Features


 

Issuers of news releases and not csrwire are solely responsible for the accuracy of the content