July 23, 2016

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Drug Lobby's Tax Filings Reveal Big Spending In Health Debate

It's official. The drug industry's chief lobbyists raised and spent at least $101.2 million in 2009 on advocacy efforts.

What Good Is Wall Street?

The New Yorker's John Cassidy argues much of what investment bankers do is socially worthless.

Rosa Parks honored on the Google logo, controversy ensues

It's not the woman who's necessarily controversial. It's just that the date of her infamous bus ride happens to coincide with another meaningful...

A Facebook Founder Begins a Social Network Focused on Charities

Jumo aims to connect people with nonprofits and charitable organizations.

Cancun climate change conference: EU says aid must be loans, not grants

Cancun climate change summit campaigners say negotiations are a 'complete mess.'

Controversial gas 'fracking' extraction headed to Europe

Europe's dash for gas is leading Halliburton, Chevron and Exxon to consider bringing hydraulic fracturing across the Atlantic.

With Political Gridlock, Climate Action Seeks Legal Recourse

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon With the current climate talks in Cancun widely thought unlikely to lead to much progress on climate...

Company VPs Tout Safer Materials as Business Strategy

Three business leaders discuss how their companies are implementing policies for the creation and adoption of safer chemicals.

In Green Building, You Can't Separate Energy and Health

Building envelope expert Joe Lstiburek complains LEED wants buildings to be too ventilated. Why? "Because of activists ... say everything in a building...

World 'Dangerously Close' to Food Crisis, U.N. Says

Global grain production will tumble by 63 million metric tons this year, or 2 percent over all, mainly because of weather-related calamities.



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