June 26, 2016

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How Water Reuse Makes Good Sense

If water consumption continues to increase, the resulting statistics are a wake-up call: By the year 2020, water demand will exceed supply by...

CSRwire Member Spotlight: Man with a Mission

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Jayne Flannery Mike Van Patten, founder and CEO of Mission Markets, talks to Jayne Flannery about the company's mission...

For California, a Rebuff on 2 Pollution Plans

In California alone, state estimates indicate, more than 9,000 people die prematurely each year from exposure to the deadly soot.

The Ecology of Change: A BSR10 Recap

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon With climate friendly legislation dead for the foreseeable future in the US Congress, will corporations save the...

Nordstrom opening not-for-profit store in NYC

The department store chain has announced it will open a store that will turn over all its earnings to nonprofits.

Firms involved in BP oil spill "complacent"

"There was not a culture of safety on that rig," co-chair Bill Reilly said.

Free Tuition for New Haven Students

A new program called New Haven Promise will pay eligible students' tuition at any public college or university in Connecticut.

After a Strong Counterattack, Big Coal Makes a Comeback

Despite talk about clean-tech revolution, Big Coal is more powerful today than ever.

Don't believe in global warming? That's not very conservative.

Far from being conservative, the Republican stance on global warming shows stunning appetite for risk.

A Novel Tactic in Climate Fight Gains Some Traction

Highly successful international treaty ratified 20 years ago could be used to curb climate change.




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