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'Corporate Environmental Management and Credit Risk': Moskowitz Prize Study Finds ESG Impact on Debt Costs

The 2010 Moskowitz Prize winner is "Corporate Environmental Management and Credit Risk," a study that found companies with strong environmental records pay less...

The Final Generation: Dr. Howard V. Perlmutter Contemplates The Unthinkable And Our Only Hope For Survival

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon Globalization theorist and Wharton scholar Howard V. Perlmutter, Ph.D. says a new global civilization must come into...

Shetland deepwater oil spill could reach Norfolk and Greenland, Chevron admits

Forecast impact of Lagavulin oil spill set out in emergency plan and confidential correspondence obtained by the Guardian.

A glimpse into Harvard's 'No One Leaves' project

A way to stop the tide of evictions ravaging low-income neighborhoods.

China buoys climate talks with "binding" target

China offers to submit its voluntary carbon emissions target to a binding U.N. resolution.

News From Cancun: High Stakes, Glimmers Of Hope

Five pairs of rich and poor nations to tackle questions necessary for positive result at Cancun.

The U.S. Role in International Climate Finance

Blueprint for Near-Term Leadership

Nineteen countries turn down invite to Nobel Peace Prize ceremony

The Nobel Committee has confirmed 19 countries have declined invitations to attend the Peace Price ceremony in Norway on 10 December, a rise...

Guide to Green Mortgages

What's a "Green Mortgage?" It is a term that many, even the most environmentally-focused of us, have not heard before. It's a program...

Cancun summit: Rich countries accused over £30bn climate aid promise

India's environment minister says delays in payments could wreck the prospects for advancing a global deal.



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