September 20, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Baltimore seeds city farms as path to sustainability, jobs

Small-scale urban farming becomes economically viable by creating citywide networks of contract farmers.

Inaugural Social Innovation Fund Sets an Example

$50 million committed to organizations with effective solutions to persistent social challenges.

The Cleveland Model

Thoroughly green and worker-owned, co-ops are a vibrant response to economic distress.

Cocoa Livelihoods Program: Farmer production and business training Ghana

Seventy percent of the world's cocoa is produced in West Africa... The World Cocoa Foundation's mission is to drive sustainable development programs.

McEducation, McEducation, McEducation. How the 'McJob' became the newest way to get schooled

Originally posted on Two years ago, McDonald’s began its fight back against the dictionary definition of the so-called ‘McJob’, launching an aggressive...

Translation Plus Two

In Every Language launches its Translation Plus Two program, in which we contract translators & interpreters from economically disadvantaged populations

Greening Our Capital Cities

EPA, HUD, DOT providing design assistance to stste capitals to help support sustainable communities.

Hands of Love

16 year-old David Were lives in Kibera, Africa’s largest slum on the outskirts of Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi

World Cup-ize Your Community

Find out what lessons the World Cup can teach us about how to develop communities where everyone has access to healthy foods, quality...

Reclaiming the Streets

The challenge is to redesign communities so that public transportation is the centerpiece of urban transport and streets are pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly.



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