October 24, 2016

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How Google is using big data to protect the environment

Google’s sustainability officer Kate Brandt outlines the company’s wide-range interest in sustainable fishing, green buildings and renewable energy

You Haven’t Thought of This Employee Volunteering Benefit

I write a lot about the business and community benefits of employee volunteering and giving, and with each passing year I see more...

GRI Unveils New Global Sustainability Reporting Standards

The Global Reporting Initiative is set to launch a new set of global sustainability reporting standards on Wednesday aimed at giving companies a...

When Employees Want to Volunteer But It’s Tough to Leave the Office

Sometimes, employees have the best of intentions but just don’t have the time or flexibility to volunteer. How can you engage all of...

Which Industry Has an Unfair CSR Advantage?

When it comes to employee volunteering and giving programs, perhaps no industry sector is better suited to make an impact than professional services...

Plans for an electric car charging point in every new home in Europe

Car manufacturers welcome plans by the EU to boost the convenience of electric cars by increasing recharging facilities

Manchester launches paper coffee cup recycling campaign

A dedicated coffee cup recycling project has been launched in Manchester city centre.

Masdar City: The ultimate experiment in sustainable urban living?

Masdar City was designed to be zero-carbon and zero-waste, home to a population of 40,000 people, with an additional 50,000 commuters...

Renewable energy: get your story straight, ACT tells Coalition

ACT’s deputy chief minister, Simon Corbell, says there is ‘inconsistency’ in federal government’s linking of South Australia blackout to renewables.

Planet at its hottest in 115,000 years thanks to climate change, experts say

Global warming is said to be bringing temperatures last seen during an interglacial era, when sea level was 6-9 meters (20-30ft) higher than...



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