October 25, 2016

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Should research into geoengineering the Earth's climate be banned?

GEOENGINEERING is the idea of combating climate change once the greenhouse gases that cause it have already been emitted into the atmosphere.

New York Harbor Survey Program: Celebrating 100 Years

Since 1909, the city has tested the waters within New York Harbor to measure their overall quality.

Oh Nuts!

Be careful what kinds of promises you make.

CSRwire Author Spotlight: Deborah Leipziger

By Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen Snapshot: Age: 43 Born in: So Paulo, Brazil Kids: Three daughters - "my triple bottom line" Lives in:...

PNC Bank Will No Longer Fund Mountain Top Removal

PNC is seventh bank to take stand against MTR.

Are West Coast Women More Entrepreneurial?

Are East Coast women more entrenched in corporate realm and lack networks and knowledge base to invest in new businesses?

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.



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