September 20, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Detroit sees green future

Detroit has been known for building big gas-guzzling SUVs but these days it looks as though the country's automakers, both big and small,...

David Korten on The Great Turning: from Empire to Earth Community

Describes how current ecological, social, and economic crises create opportunities to transform from a dominator-based to a community-based model for organizing society

Social Media Revolution

Is social media a fad? Or is it the biggest shift since the Industrial Revolution?

StrenghBack Talk Groups

StrenghtBack talks about the benefits of being a mentor

Croix des Bouquets

They are documents in sculpted metal that tell the story of a courageous and deeply spiritual people and their fascinating journey

Green Driving School: Ford Engineers on Eco-Coaching

The VP of sustainability, environment, and safety for Ford Motor Company, she mentioned "green driving techniques"

DC's great revitalization story: Columbia Heights

One of DC's best stories of revitalization-in-the-making is the Columbia Heights neighborhood, north of downtown

Priority Parking for Hybrids?

Jay Goltz discusses how the Whole Foods grocery store near his home in Chicago has set aside several prime parking spots for hybrid...

The Dream DOT Director? DC's Gabe Klein Interview

While far from anti-car, Gabe is encouragingly open about his desire to "level the playing field" for pedestrians, transit users and cyclists

Consumer Questions Answered

Consumer correspondent Susan Koeppen answers viewers' questions on state lemon laws, community supported agriculture and insulated job sectors. Maggie Rodriguez reports



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