December 21, 2014 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Nearly Half of Gulf Oil was Exported in 2008

Does it make sense for the United States to bear the health, economic, and environmental costs of offshore production for oil that is...

Audio interview with Ray Anderson: Confessions of a Radical Industrialist

Anderson talks about his personal epiphany around the environmental impact of carpet and the corporate social responsibility journey his company embarked on.

Audio interview with Michael Dan: Responding to H1N1

In this informative audio interview, Dan demonstrates how important corporate citizenship is in times of natural disaster or disease outbreaks.

Audio lecture by John Mackey: Conscious Business and Entrepreneurship

Mackey issues a clarion call for nothing less than "conscious capitalism," arguing that business can indeed serve more than the almighty dollar.

Retaining women workers

Attracting and keeping talented workers is critical to any company's success. Companies may be surprised to hear what women workers are looking for...

No Fooling Mother Nature - Friedman

Sometimes a problem reaches a point of acuity where there are just two choices left: bold action or permanent crisis.

EIA Stunner: Energy-related CO2 Emissions are now down nearly 10% from 2005 levels. Can't this country manage another 7% drop in 10 years?

Key factors include low natural gas prices, gains in efficiency, state renewable energy standards, and a clean-energy-friendly stimulus.

Wal-Mart: The Largest (Sustainable) Company Ever

Let me say that again: Wal-Mart is bigger than the next largest company by the equivalent of an AT&T.

Pro & Con: Does the U.S. need a consumer financial protection agency?

YES: Greater transparency will help prevent future economic meltdowns. By David Hills and Michael Lent
 Millions of America’s small business owners suffer from...

Educational Podcast on Corporate Social Responsibility

Learn what businesses are doing to improve our world by investing in local communities, improving labor practices, greening supply chains, and generally giving...



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