March 29, 2017 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Soy plastics targeted for electronic circuit boards

New materials made from soybean oil have electronic properties and offer a low-carbon-footprint alternative to conventional plastics used in printed circuit boards.

Windows on the world

Prix Pictet - the main photographic prize devoted to sustainability and the environment.

Deficit Plan Revives Debate on Spending Priorities

Jeffrey Brown gets three perspectives on the bipartisan fiscal commission's recommendations to cut spending and change tax policy to combat the federal deficit.

Claiming activists are mentally ill

Xu Lindong’s confinement in a locked psychiatric ward was notable for one extraordinary fact: he was not the least bit ill.

Riding a cloud to work

Putting hard data on the potential greenness of the human cloud is difficult, but I’m looking forward to more research and discussion.

'Diamonds in the Sky' makes more than $1M

The first international fundraising event for the Diamond Empowerment Fund netted more than $1 million for the Africa-focused charity co-founded by Russell Simmons.

War Over Monsanto Gets Ugly

A war of information between those in search of profit and those in search of truth.

GE to buy 25,000 electric vehicles by 2015

Company hopes purchase will hasten development of infrastructure.

Vermont Yankee Reactor Restarts

The reactor is unpopular for a variety of reasons, primarily broad fear of the potential for a serious accident, judging from interviews with...

Wal-Mart Canada Opens its First Sustainable Distribution Center

Wal-Mart Canada opened its first sustainable fresh food distribution center that will be an estimated 60% more energy-efficient than traditional refrigerated centers.



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