August 14, 2020

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Social Marketing: The Happy Streets Project

Cambridge, MA natives ask their neighbors, "What makes you happy?" See video interviews on their interactive street map here.

The Secret to Making Community Impact Stories Stick

Storytelling is a hot marketing buzzword, and for good reason. It's a valuable tool for community impact.

Boston launching citywide ad campaign to bolster sustainability

Close to CSRwire HQ, the City of Boston is debuting a new ad campaign aimed at reducing the city's GHG emissions.

How a Tiny Central American Country Is Getting Richer and Saving the Environment

Conventional wisdom is economic growth and sound environmental policies can't happen simultaneously. But we need only look south. EPS.

A Free Internet: Tech companies should promote democracy

Access to Internet is key to development, biz should take responsibility for protecting users and promoting open web, GuardianSustBiz.

One World Futbol: Saving Soccer in the Developing World

One World Futbol's soccer ball is virtually indestructible. For every ball sold, a second ball is donated to orgs working with underprivileged communities...

Employee Engagement Lessons From Southwest Airlines

Southwest's founder Herb Kelleher once described his approach: "If you create an environment where the people truly participate, you don't need control."

The City That Ended Hunger

Hunger is not caused by a scarcity of food but a scarcity of democracy.

Prosperity Candle Tackles Challenges of International Development

In parts of the world that rely upon international aid, many businesses see only risk. Prosperity Candle sees the opportunity to train a...

A More Diverse Picture in Small-Scale Farming?

Globalisation is not sweeping away informal and local economies in small-scale farming but spreading in parallel with them




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