August 14, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Jeff Bridges Talks 'The Dude' as a 'Zen master'

Actor Jeff Bridges and Bernie Glassman co-author a new book, "The Dude and the Zen Master," inspired by Bridges' role in "The Big...

He's Cute. He's Furry. And He Just Prevented Water-Borne Illness.

For every new friend you get to play the game, the game developer donates the price of a gallon of water to charity:water.

Air Pollution Now a Top 10 Disease Health Risk

Tough emissions laws in the U.S. explain why we're breathing better, despite adding cars, population and miles traveled

Atypical Partnerships Lead to Breakthroughs in Global Health

Olivia Khalili interviews Barbara Bush about Global Health Corps, which she co-founded in 2009 to mobilize a global community of leaders to build...

How To Stop Your Water From Killing You

Drinking dirty water killed more people than war in 2012, but it’s shockingly simple to make water safe and drinkable.

How the Food Movement Is Gaining Strength

The demand is growing for food that is organic, sustainable, fair trade, GMO-free, humane, and healthy.

How Green Spaces Can Transform Elderly Care

A partnership between Bupa and RSPB is transforming green spaces and encouraging wildlife into healthcare and residential environments

Washing Up - and Saving Lives by the Millions

Today, around 2.6 billion people still lack access to decent sanitation (aka toilets).

A Lifetime of Social Purpose

Ron Schlegel has been connected to business with a social purpose his entire life. He’s a farmer, an educator, an entrepreneur and a...

Companies must do more to guarantee children's nutrition

The dance between policy makers and business over making food more healthy is as live as ever, but companies are starting to react...



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