August 25, 2016

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Tuna Wars

"Paris and Brussels are presently seeing skirmishes over the fate of what's become the oceans' most iconic creature - the Atlantic bluefin tuna."

Investors call for global climate change deal at Cancun

Leading investors urge policymakers to tackle climate change at Cancun's UN climate summit later this month, or risk economic disturbance.

GM IPO boost good news for U.S. taxpayers

Automaker expands its IPO, bringing U.S. closer to recouping its investment.

Weatherathome: how you can predict the effects of climate change on extreme weather events

The world's biggest climate forecasting project is inviting net users worldwide to join its latest experiment - here's how you can get involved.

GE Awards Five 'Powering the Grid' Innovation Winners

The Challenge, launched in July, was part of the company's ecomagination commitment to accelerate development of next-generation power grid through open collaboration.

Fed's new round of easing to boost jobs

The Federal Reserve's latest bid to lower borrowing costs further should boost jobs and lift inflation to healthier levels, making the action worth...

6 Million Benefits Paying Jobs Have Vanished In One Year

Analysis of weekly unemployment data and covered employees shows that 5,977,844 benefit paying jobs have been lost in the last year.

Because you are worth it. Some of you.

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen As a woman, 'you are worth it,' says L'Oral, the giant beauty and cosmetics company, as they...

No backyard gardens? No seed-saving?

There's a lot of confusion about Senate Bill S 510. GovTrack.us tries to help sort through it.

UPS Carbon Neutral: How is the Offset Money Used?

Now available in 36 countries, customers love UPS carbon neutral.




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