March 24, 2017 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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US Interior urges Iberdrola to cut size of California wind farm

The Obama administration is considering drastically reducing the size of a 200-MW wind project on federal lands in California in order to protect...

EPA to enforce greenhouse-gas rules in AZ

New rules aimed at controlling GHG emissions will be enforced directly by the U.S. EPA in parts of Arizona, because the state refused...

More business schools embracing do-gooders

Social enterprise programs growing in sophistication and popularity.

Lower Your Carbon Footprint in 2011

Thanks to stimulus-funding in support of energy-efficiency, green business owners are as busy as they've ever been.

CSR 2010: Even For Sustainability Champion Herman Miller, Honesty Might Not Be Enough

Companies now must make sure they're telling the whole truth, lest they risk the wrath of the 24-hour news cycle and the tentacles...

Sexing up the most important word in the sector

There's a word in social enterprise that evokes nothing but boredom. But it's key to solving the sector's spectacularly fragmented marketplace of supply...

11 Big Ideas to Watch in 2011

This includes 10. The triple bottom line, an increasingly popular bit of marketing jargon for socially responsible businesses.

Fiddling While the Earth Burns

Americans as a whole are in deep denial not merely about global warming, but about the concomitant issue of energy consumption.

80 Percent of Americans Resolve To Be Greener in 2011

According to a survey by Opinion Research, 80 percent of Americans are planning to be greener in 2011 and 67 percent say they...

Is Water the Next Carbon?

Will Sarni joins Andrew Winston in discussing the need for Corporations develop a Water Strategy.



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