September 28, 2016 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Hemp Is the Far Bigger Economic Issue Hiding Behind Legal Marijuana

Multi-billion-dollar crop has been staple of human agriculture for thousands of years.

Is our children's education controlled by corporate interests?

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen Is the technology industry taking control of our children's education in the name of corporate community investment?...

CSRwire Author Spotlight: Wayne Visser

By Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen Snapshot: Age: 39 Born in: Bulawayo, Zimbabwe Lives in: London Favorite CSR Book: Cradle to Cradle (William McDonough...

US Launches Renewable Energy Initiative

The US launched a renewable energy initiative to boost biofuel production to create jobs, lessen the effects of climate change and wean the...

Recycling Program Scores a Home Run

AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, diverted 1,750 tons of throwaways from landfill last year, bringing the facility's recycling rate to...

Tech's New Wave

Silicon Valley's jobs have begun spreading to emerging sectors such as clean tech.

Momentum Growing for 'No' on Prop 23

Polls show momentum is growing for the No on Prop 23 campaign, which seeks to defeat a November 2nd ballot initiative — sponsored...

They Fetch, They Roll Over, They Aid Tumor Research

An operation commonly performed to remove brain tumors from the pituitary glands of humans is now available to dogs, thanks to a collaboration...

Big Polluters' Big Ad Spending

Big Oil and allies have spend more than $68.5 million on anti-clean energy ads.

Top Companies Aid Chamber of Commerce in Policy Fights

Chamber relies on small collection of big corporate donors to finance much of its Washington agenda.



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