July 14, 2020

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Best Partnership Lightning Round: Why Should These Finalists Win?

For the first time in the history of the Best Partnership Award, our blog will feature a week-long "Finalist Lightning Round"

IMS Consulting named Sustainability Leaders Awards finalist

Last week, IMS Consulting was announced as a finalist in the Sustainability Reporting category of the Sustainability Leaders Awards 2012.

G Adventures

Mixing Business, Pleasure and Social Impact

Kim Kardashian, Janet Jackson, Given PETA 'Celebrity Grinch Awards'

For the first time PETA has handed out their "Celebrity Grinch Awards," with Kardashian and Jackson named as the first recipients.

Ready. Set. Enter… PR News' CSR Awards

PR News has opened its annual Corporate Social Responsibility Awards program, which honors the most outstanding communications efforts powering CSR and green initiatives....

Grenier, McKibben, Fisker and More Get Global Green Awards

Bill McKibben & Mae Boeve of 350.org will receive Global Green's Organizational Design Award for work in moving the environmental agenda forward |...

17th Annual Heinz Environmental Awards Announced

Ten individuals working toward real and inspirational solutions for environmental problems are announced, on Huffington Post.

Green product rating trouble

It makes sense to try to measure the impact manufacturers and retailers have on the planet. But how can it be done? Paul...

Raising the bar for sustainability rating agencies

Two recent developments illustrate the need for valuing ratings: the Global Initiative for Sustainability Ratings (GISR) and SustainAbility's Rate the Raters research.

America's Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs: 2011 Winners

From hiring recovering addicts and ex-offenders to fund raising for small nonprofits, these social entrepreneurs comprise Businessweek's 25 most promising for 2011.




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