December 01, 2015 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Social media and the future of CSR reporting

The past week has seen a flurry of activity in the CSR world, as commentators and websites react to a story in the...

Global Warming Causes Severe Storms

Research Meteorologists found that the temperature changes brought on by global warming are significant enough to cause an increase in the occurrence of...

Can Big Society Save the Planet, and Squash Big Government Too?

Over at Transition Culture, Jules Peck (a former adviser to Prime Minister David Cameron) has an interesting set of reflections on the Big...

Funding cut for Severn tide barrage

Hopes for a greener government will be dashed this month, according to an article published yesterday, as funding for the £20bn 10-mile tidal...

Turkey Joins Europe, Electrically Speaking

Turkey may be frustrated in its bid to become part of the European Union, but by the end of September, it will join...

WSJ Ignores the Growing Complexity of Corporations in Society

By Mike Valente Originally posted Mike Valente: Business and Sustainability Blog Recently, The Wall Street Journal published an article outlining the "case against...

The Peanut Solution

An easy-to-produce paste may help cure worldwide malnutrition. But who owns the recipe?

E-biofuels hits $4.0M in biodiesel sales for August, expects profitability

In Indiana, Imperial Petroleum announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, e-biofuels, a biodiesel producer in Middletown, cleared a milestone. After becoming part of...

We need a better understanding of the 'environmentalist's paradox'

Why is human well-being improving globally when our environmental woes appear to be worsening all the time?

Survey points to a generation gap over corporate social responsibility

Young Canadians are less likely than their parents to choose which products they buy based on a company's reputation for social responsibility, a...



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