May 25, 2015 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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National Grid Takes Earth Day Digital With #GridGoesGreen

Company launches campaign with social media contest

U.S., China Top Dumping of Electronic Waste; Little Recycled

Less than a sixth of electronic waste ended up recycled worldwide, a U.N. study said on Sunday.

5 Ways You Can Hack Technology for Social Change

With winter melting, and spring coming into view, lots of folks are re-emerging and looking to get involved.

Top 50 Green Brands--Chosen By Their Customers

Here are the top-50 brands deemed authentically and resolutely “green” by their own customers.

The Problem with Translating Smart Cities to the Global South

Given the the global march to toward urbanization, developing “smarter,” more efficient cities could be among the world’s greatest hopes for a more...

The Evolution of a Canadian Sustainability Leader: Kruger Products Shares its Journey

You know Sponge Pockets, but do you know Kruger Products?

Australia Could Source 100% of Power from Renewables by 2050, Report Finds

WWF/ANU report says all Australia’s energy needs could come from renewables by 2050, without massive costs or depressing economic growth

Earth Day at Ingersoll Rand: Employees Worldwide Lead and Join Local Events

Each year, Ingersoll Rand employees at locations worldwide plan & participate in Earth Day events to reduce waste, increase energy efficiency and improve...

The GreenMoney Interview: Amanda Steinberg

Amanda Steinberg is the founder & CEO of DailyWorth, the leading financial media company for women.

RE100: China’s Fast Track To A Renewable Future

China is the world's biggest investor in the renewable energy market, reaching US$89.5 billion in 2014 alone.



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