December 10, 2018 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Communicating Sustainability

The latest issue of Communicating Sustainability, IMS Consulting's quarterly newsletter is now available.

U.S. Marine Corps Uses Solar Panels to Cut Generator Fuel Consumption by 90 Percent

In recent months, the United States Department of Defense has come out in full support of renewable energy.

Sustainability - The government takes a pass, and businesses point the way

From Wal-Mart to Dow Chemical to Silicon Valley and beyond, companies are embracing a new, core strategy.

Social Entrepreneur Shortage? Look Under-the-Radar

"Four Revolutions in Global Philanthropy" white paper breaks down four "key theaters of change in global philanthropy" and peels back the layers to...

WikiLeaks locked in war of words

Ian Katz, the deputy editor of The Guardian, says it has been "complicated," with quite a few frictions and an inevitable culture clash.

HBR: How the BP Commission Dropped the Ball

What failures of the BP board of directors and its senior management led to the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig in the...

Memo to Hu and Obama: Water and Energy Merit Time at China-U.S. Summit

By Keith Schneider, Circle of Blue Collaboration on resolving confrontation between rising energy demand and water scarcity in both countries. Washington's foreign policy...

State of the World 2011: Innovative ways hunger can be eradicated

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen Nine hundred twenty-five million around the globe are undernourished. A child dies every six seconds from undernourishment....

2010 Was CSR's 'Coming Out' Party. Now for 2011.

Susan McPherson of Fenton Communications provides her reflections on mainstreaming of CSR in 2010 and what she thinks we can expect in the...

Do you vote with your wallet?

Americans plunk $4.3 trillion into consumer spending. That spending can shape corporate behavior.



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