December 17, 2014

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The Devil's in the Details: How Green Can Go Wrong and How to Make it Right

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon Pushing the green economy can lead to unintended consequences. Avoiding catastrophic errors will take a deep re-thinking...

Companies Transform Scrap Cardboard Into Ethanol Fuel

A new partnership between a paperboard mill and a biofuel producer is now producing ethanol fuel from scrap cardboard fiber. While 95% of...

Financial Transparency May Cost You

An attempt to increase financial transparency through recent accounting changes requiring banks to record loans at "fair value" may end up costing consumers....

GRI Conference Aims to Lay Out the Rules of the Road

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BP Denies Existence of Giant Underwater Oil Plumes

It already has been a few weeks since scientists have detected large underwater oil plumes in the Gulf of Mexico, but BP is...

The Business of Rating Business

Is Coca Cola a more sustainable company than PepsiCo? Which company is greener, Dell or Hewlett Packard? Both UPS and FedEx say they...

Green Roofs And Walls Cover House In France

Dezeen shows us La Maison-vague by Patrick Nadeau, is being built in Reimes, France, as part of an affordable housing project

BP's Photo Blockade of the Gulf Oil Spill

Photographers say BP and government officials are preventing them from documenting the impact of the Deepwater Horizon disaster.

Placing the Blame as Students Are Buried in Debt

A shared failure of parenting and loan underwriting.

How Real Estate Became the New Volunteer Slavery

In an economy that revolves around mobility and flexibility, a house that can't be sold becomes an economic trap.




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