August 07, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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WHO Urges Governments to Raise Tobacco Taxes to Beat Smoking

The United Nations health agency said that too few governments make full use of tobacco taxes to dissuade people from smoking or help...

Sesame Street, World Bank Apply Behavioral and Educational Insight to Scale Up Sanitation and Hygiene

A bright, green global ambassador for life-saving hygiene habits from Sesame Street -- the world's largest informal educator of children.

Creating Business Value and Development Impact in the WASH Sector

Water, sanitation and hygiene issues impact almost every company. Who are the pioneering companies putting WASH at the heart of their CSR agenda?

They're Going Door-To-Door In The Amazon To See Why People Get Sick

Illegal mining has exploded in the Peruvian Amazon. And the people living downriver have a variety of medical issues, from malaria to anemia...

China's Middle Class Turns to Organics After Food Safety Scares

In Beijing and Shanghai the number of specialist and boutique food shops selling organic food is growing, with many willing to pay a...

California may Require Warnings on Products Containing Chemical BPA

The product is used in plastic drinking bottles and in the lining of some canned food containers, among other purposes.

European Commission Launches Scientific Debate On How to Feed the Planet

The online consultation on how science and innovation can help the EU “ensure safe, nutritious, sufficient and sustainable food globally.”

Seven ways climate change could kill you (really)

From roasting sidewalks to apocalyptic allergy seasons, here are the ways researchers predict a changing climate will affect your health

Is China's GMO corn ban protecting consumers or protecting markets?

As China closes its markets to many types of US corn, questions arise about the costs and benefits of genetically modified food

Global Survey Says We're Eating Better, But Our Diet Is Still Unsustainable

More people are eating local and organic foods, but that's not nearly enough.



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