May 03, 2016 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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How One Small Business Cut Its Energy Use and Costs

How significant would it be if America's 29 million small businesses increased their energy efficiency and reduced their emissions?


The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has just released a long-awaited update to its Green Guide. Aimed specifically at helping to clarify claims...

7 Essential Skills You Didn't Learn in College

How to swim through the data deluge, optimize your prose for Twitter, and expose statistics that lie.

Women Lead the Way: Your Guide to Stepping Up to Leadership and Changing the World

Women Lead the Way: Your Guide to Stepping Up to Leadership and Changing the World By Linda Tarr-Whelan Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers ISBN 9781605091358...

Tracking Campaign Money: A Guide

Where is the action? Who's giving it and where is it going? A New York Times graph charts how funds are flowing.

New FTC rules take swipe at greenwashing

The Federal Trade Commission is poised to swipe the words "eco-friendly" and "environmentally friendly" off of retail products nationwide, and caution to greenwashing...

Everybody wants clean energy, but nobody wants to pay for it.

Cleantech venture capitalist David Anthony points out that utilities and taxpayers don't want to pay to meet states' renewable energy standards.

The first mass market electric cars are arriving in showrooms.

The star of this week’s Paris Motor Show was a Jaguar supercar.

The chip is supposed to crunch, not the bag.

The environmentally friendly Sun Chips bag is getting sacked.

A Video to Inspire a Movement

[One percent] of the story. A video about a network of companies that give at least 1% of their sales to environmental causes.



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