August 14, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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There's a Strong Link Between Solving the Global Climate Crisis and Improving Our Health

An estimated 7 million deaths are attributed to air pollution every year

Pesticide Exposure in Pregnancy Linked to Autism Risk in Kids

Women who live within a mile of where commercial pesticides are applied have an increased risk of having a child with autism. CBS.

Panera Will Dump All Food Additives by 2016

Ban on preservatives and colors by end of 2016 is part of Panera Breads' sweeping new food policy. CBS.

Why Newborns are on the World Health Assembly's Agenda

The Every Newborn Action Plan lays out the ways in which more newborns can survive through innovative solutions. Mombloggers.

Growing Africa's Agriculture

Sustainable commercial agricultural production is vital to the health and well-being of Africa's economy and people. WEF.

Band-Aid, Campbell's Soup and AT&T Come Together to Shine a Light on Autism

These brands came together to create a PSA that shines a light on the early diagnosis of autism.

True Happiness Doesn't Have to be the Latest Gadget

Marketing people speculate about what will make us happy, and sustainability focuses on that. Kingston Community News.

The Dish on 'Clean Plates' (Or What You Don't Know about Healthy Eating)

SB explores author Jared Koch's journey to 'Clean Plates: A Guide to the Healthiest, Tastiest and Most Sustainable Restaurants'.

France Bans Patented Monsanto GMO Corn as Sign of Firm Opposition to Modified Seeds

Vive le France! While the US is marketing for global corporations selling GMO seeds, France just gave Monsanto the bird. Truthout.

Study: Open Offices Are Making Us All Sick

Another reason not to like open-plan offices: they could be making people sick. WSJ.



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