March 30, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Fracking and Water: EPA Zeroes In on 7 Sites

The EPA has chosen seven natural gas drilling sites where it will conduct case studies to evaluate the impact of hydraulic fracturing on...

Climate change issues increasingly integrated into investment decisions

Institutional investors globally view climate change as a material investment risk/opportunity, and most frequently look to their listed equity portfolio.

Rolling Stones' Keyboardist Pens Book About Sustainability in America

A new book by Mother Nature Network co-founder, tree farmer and Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell states America will continue to grow, but...

Is Extreme Weather Linked to Global Warming?

That global air and ocean temperatures are rising, and that human activity is largely to blame, is no longer a subject of debate...

A Tale of Two CSR Reports: KBR and Kohl's

CSR reports, like everything, are changing. GreenBiz takes stock of two first-time reports from KBR and Kohl's, coincidentally published on the same day...

Study: People Who Have Access To Power Meter Data Reduce Their Energy Use

The simplest way to cut down on energy use isn't to build millions of brand-new LEED-certified buildings; it's to convince people to make...

Corporate Sustainability Reporting: It's Effective.

New research from Harvard Business School and London Business School demonstrates the first real evidence that mandatory CSR reporting works.

Don't Fear the City

Urban America's crime drops to lowest in 40 years.

Integrated reporting - Nike makes a start

Given Nike's efforts in sustainability, it's not surprising that its VP of Sustainable Business & Innovation, Hannah Jones, has recently voiced her opinions.

Time to forget sustainability reporting

CSRwire blogger John Elkington is cheered by the prospect of a new generation that seems ready to embrace integrated reporting.



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