September 20, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Can the 15-Minute City Inspire Renewal for Businesses and Communities Alike?

An urban planning concept called the “15-minute city” is gaining foothold as a viable solution to pandemic woes.

Tourism vs. Sustainable Development: Can Resorts Be a Driver of Inclusive Growth?

Fundación Grupo Puntacana claims it serves as a model of how the public and private sectors can allow tourism to thrive while mitigating...

Seattle’s Affordable Housing Provides Lesson for Cities Coveting Amazon’s HQ2

As cities scramble to attract Amazon, they need to be reminded of the company’s impact in Seattle.

Base of the pyramid initiatives and the importance of measuring impact

A diverse range of companies are represented in the BCtA portfolio. A new report aims to measure the benefits of these companies to...

Novartis Aims To Improve Healthcare Access In Developing Nations

Outside Kenya's capital Nairobi lies the small farming town of Embu, which is filled with roadside stalls where farmers sell their mango, potato...

Redevelopment a CSR Activity?

Slum-redevelopment, road safety awareness & consumer protection will now be treated as CSR activities. TimesofIndia.

Return of Hometown News: Old-School Reporters & Citizen Journalists Unite to Bring It Back

Filling a void left by big city newspapers, online projects combine community news and journalism with neighbors. YES!

The Community Costs of Business Isolation

What would the consequences be of a new business model that is under-pinned by isolation and separation?

Meet the Tenacious Gardeners Putting Down Roots in "America's Most Desperate Town"

Although not always optimistic, they've created one of the nation's fastest growing networks of urban farms. YES!

JPMorgan Chase to Invest $100M in Detroit

JPMorgan Chase plans to invest $100 million in Detroit development, job training and home loans over five years. WSJ.



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