November 27, 2015 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Pay-As-You-Throw Trash Metering Cuts Landfill Waste by 50% in a Month

Some places have looked at paying people to recycle, but others think it makes more sense to charge people for their waste instead....

Europe's Brisk Energy Transition

From 2008 to 2009 alone, the use of renewable energy in the European Union increased 8.3 percent.

World's Plants Wilting in the Heat

One of the more comforting trends in our changing climate has reversed itself, researchers report, and now may be heading in the wrong...

For the rich, 'tis better to give than wait

"This is a golden era for shifting estates and giving assets away."

Youth Unemployment Line Circles the Globe

Millions of youth whose potential goes to waste each day--at a time when skilled workers are critical...

On Our Radar: Candidates Spar on Oil Drilling

A Republican Senate candidate in California takes heat over her support for additional oil drilling off of the state's coast...

Obama Expects 800,000 Clean Energy Jobs by 2012

Speaking at a Milwaukee-area battery plant, President Obama says he expects the administration's clean energy policies will generate 800,000 jobs by 2012.

As Blagojevich Case Drags On, Ethics Issues Linger

This state's long, troubled, expensive episode with Rod R. Blagojevich, the former governor, appears far from over.

Illegal Logging by Pakistan's Timber Mafia Increased Flooding Devastation

Forget for the moment about to what degree climate change has influenced the flooding in Pakistan. A new article in China Dialogue brings...

Clean Batteries and Dirty Coal: Your Tax Dollars at Work

How would you like to invest in a start-up that makes advance renewable energy storage systems? Before investing, you should know that this...



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