August 07, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Australian Social Enterprise Partners with WaterAid To Wipe Away Disease in Africa

Melbourne-based start-up Who Gives a Crap has launched a social enterprise to help flush out poverty and wipe out disease in Africa (puns...

'Monsanto Protection Act': Corporate welfare and Congressional carelessness

Dava Castillo reports members of Congress were unaware of a component that forbids federal courts from stopping the sale of GMO seeds even...

Coal’s True Cost: 100,000+ Deaths A Year In India

A report issued yesterday from Conservation Action Trust and Greenpeace India outlines the health cost of coal.

Salt, Sugar, Fat & CSR: When Food Companies Choose Profit Over Responsibility

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Michael Moss gets us inside the world of processed and packaged foods.

Partnering in the fight against childhood obesity

The General Mills Foundation joined First Lady Michelle Obama at a Let's Move! event this week to announce a healthy partnership.

Big Food is failing the poor, Oxfam says

Marc Gunther reports that Big 10 food and beverage companies, which together make $1 billion a day, are "failing millions of people," according...

Unilever Lifebuoy Premieres Unique Film to Launch Pioneering Health Campaign

(Video): Unilever's health soap, Lifebuoy, has launched its latest initiative to help reduce the deaths of two million children before age 5 from...

Ecofiltro: Quenching Thirst in Guatemala One Filter at a Time

Ecofiltro has created a biodegradable filter to provide clean drinking water to the world's poorest, employing local artisans and potters to manufacture the...

Back to the Roots Growing Food Education, Reducing Waste Thanks to Smart Design

Back to the Roots continue to build their brand around education and healthy eating with the upcoming release of their home aquapoponic herb-growing...

Nestlé baby milk scandal has grown up but not gone away

Obesity and diabetes show better standards in food industry must be enforced, writes Mike Muller, author of the 1974 baby milk scandal report...



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