November 26, 2015 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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New Infographic Shows Challenges And Opportunities For Climate Finance

One of the themes discussed at Climate Week NYC was the urgent necessity of sustaining climate actions through greater financial support.

How We Are All Contributing to the Destruction of Coral Reefs: Sunscreen

And a new study finds that a single drop in a small area is all it takes for the chemicals in the lotion...

Silicon Valley Investment Funds Still Lack Diversity, Study Shows

The data highlights the large gap between Silicon Valley’s diversity ambitions and reality.

Design for Action

As the complexity of the design process increases, a new hurdle arises: the acceptance of what we might call “the designed artifact” by...

7 Reasons Why Recycling Is Not a Waste: A Response to 'The Reign of Recycling'

We have to take a step back and evaluate the economic and environmental costs to potential alternatives to recycling.

Samsung Employees Donate 16,800 Hours Back to Local Communities Across the Country

On Oct. 16, 2015, Samsung Electronics North American closed its offices to enable its employees to give back 16,800 hours to more than...

How an Accounting Firm Convinced Its Employees They Could Change the World

A workforce motivated by a strong sense of higher purpose is essential to engagement.

The Journey to Sustainable Tea Could Benefit Us All

Tea 2030 is identifying the major challenges affecting tea and developing innovative solutions that will build a successful and sustainable sector across the...

New Fund Launched for Detroit Entrepreneurs

New $6.5 million lending program was created for Detroit businesses owned by entrepreneurs of color and businesses that ​​hire people of color.

More Than 400 U.S. Cities May Be 'Past The Point Of No Return' With Sea Level Threats

But there are still cities that could be saved by reducing carbon emissions.



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