November 27, 2015 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Recycling farmland, toxic waste sites for solar energy

Thousands of acres of farmland here in the San Joaquin Valley have been removed from agricultural production, largely because the once fertile land...

Cultivating Talent with Sustainability-Based Incentives

Many believe we are fast approaching a turning point towards economic recovery, yet most businesses will be emerging from these leaner times resource...

Top Drivers of CSR

As a CSR/corporate citizenship practitioner, what's on your mind every day? What are the factors that motivate you to do your job …...

A Green Idea for Brown Farm Fields in California

New approach to locating renewable energy projects: putting them on polluted land.

CSRwire Member Spotlight: Governance & Accountability Institute, Inc. an Interview with G&A CEO, Hank Boerner

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon In the wake of the global financial crisis, ESG factor (Environmental/Energy, Social, and Governance) and Sustainability have...

PROOF: CSR mitigates risk and saves money. Shame about the strategy.

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen New groundbreaking research from SLM Insights shows that most sustainability initiatives of 100 companies in 2009 relate...

Back to Earth School Time!

It's back-to-school time-with financial and environmental costs. We need to go back to Earth School. Find out how...

UK-GBC publishes recommendations on BREEAM

The UK Green Building Council has published an independent report which contains a number of recommendations on the future of BREEAM...

As the green economy grows, the 'dirty rich' are fading away

There's a growing rift in the business world, reflecting a major power shift in the American economy.

Global warming heats up a nuclear energy renaissance

Global warming and the BP oil spill have helped rehabilitate nuclear energy in the eyes of the public – and some environmentalists.



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