November 14, 2019

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Why It Pays to Be Green

A new report suggests that sustainable business practices are not only good for the environment, but improve employee relations, as well.

US Lags In Environmental Reporting Assurance

The proportion of sustainability reports undergoing external assurance in the U.S. is 66 percent lower than the global average.

CSRwire Author Spotlight: Veronica Scheubel

By Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen Snapshot: Born in: St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, Canda Lives in: 'The Vermont of Germany,' the Red Hair Mountains (about 100...

Circle of Blue's China Tour Finds Strong Reception for Water-Energy Choke Point Warning

By Keith Schneider, Circle of Blue Circle of Blue and the Wilson Center's China Environment Forum present at 17 events in four cities...

Sustainability Reports While-You-Wait

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen Gaia Metrics claim the cost of aggregating data for sustainability reports can be reduced by 90% using...

Corporate responsibility reporting: three practical proposals

Most reports neither provide information that is useful to investors nor data that enables a robust assessment of a company's performance.

Americans say save the economy, not the planet

(Infographic) A Gallup poll released last week found Americans are prioritizing economic growth over the environment by the widest margin in nearly three...

U.S. Nuclear Plants to Get New Safety Reviews in Wake of Fukushima Daiichi Crisis

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says it considers the 104 U.S. nuclear plants to be secure, but evidence from Japan would be the basis...

Japan Nuclear Disaster Caps Decades of Faked Reports

The unfolding disaster at the Fukushima nuclear plant follows decades of falsified safety reports, fatal accidents and underestimated earthquake risk.

In US, Concerns About Global Warming Stable at Lower Levels

Americans continue to express less concern about global warming than they have in the past.




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