From universities, media outlets and Zen foundations, many organizations are giving a green light to green practices
Submitted by: CSRwire
Posted: Jul 19, 2010 – 09:00 AM EST
SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Jul. 19 /CSRwire/ - Every day CSRwire publishes news and events from over 5,000 members in more than 200 countries about programs and initiatives that are helping to construct a sustainable global economy.
Taking charge in a global recession is not an easy feat; and, doing so in a manner that not only raises profits, but also helps to build up the people and communities surrounding the organization is something worth celebrating.
In regard to such extraordinary efforts, CSRwire is honored to recognize leading examples of good corporate citizenship:
Midweek Politics with David Pakman, Mother Nature Network (MNN) and Zen Peacemakers are all broadcasting CSR-related newsfeeds and messages through their CSRwire Enhanced Member Profiles (EMPs). An EMP enables an organization to visually demonstrate the impact of its CSR initiatives. Through the use of video, audio, logo placement, RSS feeds and share capabilities, this communication platform becomes the "first-stop" for the CSR community to view an organization's approach to environmental and societal issues.
Other noteworthy CSR contributions include Harvard University's and Greenopolis' sponsorships. CSRwire features 24 categories available for sponsorship. Harvard has taken the Academia page, while Greenopolis will be supporting Sustainability news.
"We are finally at a point when most serious brands consider it important to show how they are benefiting the world and not just their shareholders," Jan Morgan, CSRwire President states. "The way these organizations are utilizing CSRwire's services to connect with our readership and the broader CSR community is exciting as all these efforts are working to shape a more just and sustainable economy."
For more information about CSRwire EMPs or category sponsorships please contact Natalie Thomas, CSRwire Director of Business Administration and Development, at (802)251-0110 ext. 1108 or Natalie@csrwire.com.
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