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The Story of Electronics

Annie Leonard's sequel to "The Story of Stuff" - "Why Designed for the Dump is Toxic for People and the Planet."

Hillary Clinton, Julia Gillard Sign $50 Million Solar Power Pact

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced a $50-million collaboration to identify cheaper solar power solutions.

Want To Open a Nonprofit Store? 10 Guidelines You--and Nordstrom--Should Follow

A recent study from Cone found 83% of consumers "want more of the products, services and retailers they use to benefit causes." Seems...

Trade Deficit in U.S. Shrinks as Exports Climb to Two-Year High

The gap shrank 5.3 percent to $44 billion, smaller than the $45 billion median estimate of economists surveyed by Bloomberg News.

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.



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