By CSRwire Contributing Writer Martha Shaw Business agreements are reached at the World Climate Summit in Cancun during COP16. Over 800 business leaders...
Cancun climate talks turning into a never-ending global talking shop, say many of the ministers involved.
Skeptics think high-profile philanthropy contests may not be about supporting causes.
There are "highly charged" climate change and sustainability risks that must be addressed as organisations seek to eliminate waste from the supply chain.
Stand-alone CSR departments are in steady decline.
Poet, literary critic and activist, Liu Xiaobo is the first Chinese citizen to receive a Nobel Prize.
We can all learn from the example Nike have set in a recent article in which Hannah Jones, VP of Sustainable Business &...
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Offshore wind power has not arrived yet, but ambitious proposals are coming in.
"Every investor has to take a strong look at these risks" - New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli
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17 more U.S. billionaires, including Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Dustin Moskovitz, have pledged half their fortunes in a campaign led by Warren Buffett...