September 20, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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How Companies Can Step Up on Safer Food

Even if you haven’t heard of perchlorate, chances are that you probably have eaten it.

How Amazon Could Revolutionize Health Care

The Harvard Business Review describes how Amazon’s demonstrated technological capabilities could be adapted to deliver revolutionary change in the health care industry.

States Sue Opioid Manufacturers for Fraud Over Overdoses

AGs from red and blue states alike are hitting opioid makers where it hurts the most: their pocketbooks.

UN urges global move to meat and dairy-free diet

Lesser consumption of animal products is necessary to save the world from the worst impacts of climate change, UN report says.

What Will We Eat In 2030?

The future of food is a contested space, with multiple competing ideas about how the future will evolve. The growing human population, with...

'Shocking' sugar levels in High Street hot drinks, warns charity

There are "shocking" amounts of sugar in some hot drinks sold in High Street cafes, a campaign group has warned.

How Vice and (RED) Created a Star-Studded Shopathon for World Aids Day

Celebrities help launch a multi-platform charity extravaganza.

Helping Make Safe Drinking Water For All Reality

A glass of clean water. Something so simple that we take for granted daily. An estimated 1.8 billion people lack access to safe...

Critics question how much better organic really is

The idea behind organic food is that "natural" is better. Better for the soil, the environment and the body. That's why some Americans...

Splat goes the theory

Local and organic is a romantic myth – the future of sustainable agriculture is all about smart technology and scaling up



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