May 28, 2016 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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America's Creativity Is Declining For The First Time Ever-- Is Technology To Blame?

Psychologists are finding that America's youth are becoming less creative. After 50 years of testing millions of children, we are witnessing the first-ever...

In Kansas, Climate Skeptics Embrace Cleaner Energy

Residents of this deeply conservative city do not put much stock in scientific predictions of climate change.

Poll Shows 2/3 of US and UK Citizens Won't Pay More for Electric Cars

Ask people if they want to pay more for something - especially something they are not entirely familiar with - and chances are...

UMass students promote recycling

Students were picking through the trash at UMass Amherst on Monday, they were doing it to prove a point.

In Climate Denial, Again

Former Vice President Dick Cheney has to be smiling. With one exception, none of the Republicans running for the Senate...

Lack of Financing for Solar Projects in US

The U.S solar industry is having its best year ever, yet financing remains scarce.

Social good motivates some new enterprises

For a small business, what's more important than the bottom line? A growing number of entrepreneurs are answering that question with a double...

Oil lurks beneath sand six months later

CNN's Rob Marciano revisits the shores of Florida and Alabama six months after the BP spill first began.

Sanitation Workers at Greater Health Risk? It Shows in the Sick Days

What the pattern of sick days among different sectors of city employees can show about workers' health.

U.S. Solar Market Booms, With Utility-Scale Projects Leading the Way

Investors hoping US will be engine of growth over the next five years for the global market.



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