September 27, 2016

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To Save Students Money, Colleges May Force a Switch to E-Textbooks

You've heard it before: Digital technologies blew up the music industry's moneymaking model, and the textbook business is next.

SAM founder and former CEO, Reto Ringger, outlines plans for new sustainability bank

'Globalance' has launch team in place and has applied for license.

Business and Human Rights: How Far Has It Come? How Far Can It Go?

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon When Mary Robinson was a little girl, she used to accompany her physician father on his rounds...

How Obama's Green Policies Benefit Blacks

Planning for a future in which low-income communities of color have opportunity to thrive in the green economy.

In its biggest foreign market, BMW gets skilled workers for less

When German automaker BMW put out the call recently to hire a thousand factory workers here, the people who responded reflected the upheaval...

A Long Time Coming: The Human Right to Water

One of our global failures was the failure to acknowledge a formal human right to water.

The Slate Jobs Map

Tracks losses or gains in jobs in every U.S. county from January 2007 to most recently available data.

Solar Plant in Western Mass. is Complete

A new solar plant was unveiled today that will bring environmental and economical benefits to Western Mass.

Food Fears Persist In China 2 Years After Milk Scare

Two years ago, China was rocked by food safety concerns when the milk powder parents were feeding their infants was found to be...

Navajos Hope to Shift From Coal to Wind and Sun

Seeking to reverse years of environmental degradation Navajos look to sustainable development.




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