November 23, 2014 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Ford to Streamline Supply Chain Emissions, Energy Use

Ford Motor Company is asking for energy use and greenhouse gas emissions data from 35 of its top global suppliers to better understand...

Despite Moratorium, Drilling Projects Move Ahead

Critics say the moratorium has been violated or too narrowly defined to prevent another disaster.

Nature Conservancy faces potential backlash from ties with BP

The giant oil company and the world's largest environmental organization long ago forged a relationship that has lent BP an Earth-friendly image.”

Greening Pepsi, from Fertilizer to Bottles

But Pepsi, like other leaders, is approaching sustainability more holistically, with much greater impact.

Prudential Life Insurance leads CSR activities

John Dryden's establishment of the Prudential Insurance Company in 1875 was seen as the root of insurers' corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities as...

GE first to use Zigbee Protocols for Smart Appliances

GE Appliances & Lighting announced today that it is the world's first appliance manufacturer to achieve ZigBee(R) Smart Energy certification for its "smart"...

Alternative Energy Round-Up

A compendium of all the news in solar, wind and other green energy news throughout the U.S.A. -Daily Kos

Yes, The Size Of The Gulf Spill Matters

Knowing the size of the oil flow is quite crucial for a whole bunch of different practical reasons.

Tea Party helps pass carbon tax

Maryland's Montgomery County Council passes the nation's first county-level carbon tax.

Obama Orders Work on New Vehicle Efficiency Standards

President Barack Obama directed the government to start work on raising fuel-efficiency standards for cars and, for the first time, large trucks



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