November 14, 2019

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Sustainability leadership: mastering the art of influence

By CSRwire Contributing Writer Elaine Cohen Corporate sustainability budgets amount to a small fraction of a percent of sales at the largest companies....

The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative is a Model for the Nation

With no federal limit on how much carbon dioxide companies can put into the air, many states are taking the lead to hold...

Early humans began in southern Africa, study suggests

Modern humans may have originated from southern Africa, an extensive genetic study has suggested.

New study finds plastic pollution in marine catfish

A new study from Brazil found an "unexpected fisheries impact," finding plastic pollution in three different marine species of catfish.

BP in deep water over annual reporting

As BP's AGM approaches, James Thornton asks how solid the new management's environmental commitment will be, in light of complaints about last year's...

What the 2010 Census Tells Us About America's Future

Americans are continuing to disperse, becoming more ethnically diverse and leaning toward to what might be called "opportunity" regions.

Survey finds young migrants still earn around half the salary of urban workers

Despite minimum wage increases, the nearly 100 million young migrants who drive China's factories are still earning around half the income of urban...

New poll: The public trusts EPA, loves the Clean Air Act and wants Congress out

The Republican attack on EPA is radically unpopular with voters across parties and demographics.

2010 Carbon Salary Survey Results Released

Overall it seems the 'green jobs' market continues to enjoy positive growth despite difficult global economic conditions.

Survey Finds Nearly 80% Of Consumers View Solar Power Favorably

Consumer support for renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind, is extremely high, according to a new report from Pike Research.




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