May 30, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Nation's First Net Zero School Coming to Kentucky

Richardsville Elementary School will operate free of the grid by generating its own renewable energy, incorporating smart architectural features

The Coca-Cola System Delivers on its Commitment to Schools Across the U.S.

As a result, the industry has driven an 88 percent reduction in total calories from beverages delivered to schools in the first half...

Harvard Law School launches new Public Service Venture Fund

Fund will offer “seed money” for start-up non-profit ventures.

USF Launches Nation’s First School of Global Sustainability

The University of South Florida is creating the nation’s first School of Global Sustainability.

CSR course to be made compulsory for undergraduates

It’s much harder to find specialists who have the training to execute the concept of ‘doing well by doing good

Green-Collar Graduations Show the Promise of Stimulus Funds

Green jobs training programs will make it easier for companies to execute the latest green changes.

Powering Up Energy Efficiency in Schools

Superintendent of schools Ron Wilcox is finding new ways to save taxpayers money, by averting energy costs with renewable energy.

We Need More Renaissance Scientists

This would be a good time to pause and ask whether the proper "infrastructure" is in place at universities to achieve the central...

Clemson Students Get Plenty of Green Ideas

A total of about a dozen groups, green businesses and student clubs and departments set up booths to let passing students know about...

President Obama on Making College More Affordable

The President gave a major education policy speech on Friday in which he outlined his proposal to make college more affordable.



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