September 25, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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The EPA Doesn't Know How to Deal With 300 Million Tons of Animal Poop

The EPA delays promised rules to control the waste

Methane, Climate Change’s Secret Agent

Methane is a formidable climatic nightmare that gets scarier as new IPCC calculations have increased its Global Warming Potential in relation to carbon...

Air Pollution Causes 4,400 Deaths In China Every Single Day: Study

More than one-third of the Chinese population regularly breathes "unhealthy" air, researchers say.

California's Latest Water-Saving Measure: Slowing the Flow of Showerheads

Models will face stricter flow limits starting next July, and up to 60,000 residents can get rebates of $100 to replace an old...

Green Roofs, Built on Private Investment

Constructed wetlands, green roofs, rain gardens and other forms of "green infrastructure" can capture & slow runoff, significantly reducing storm-water pollution.

Park Service to Big Water: No federal funding for bottled water bans? We’ll find our own money, thanks.

The Park Service’s David vs. Goliath situation comes during a standoff between the agency and the $13 billion bottled water industry over a...

Green Pie In The Sky? Vertical Farming Is On The Rise In Newark

Supporters of vertical farming say it uses less energy transporting food to market, while also requiring less water and pesticides than traditional agriculture.

FSC Certification Provides Profit Incentive for Sustainable Forestry

Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification can provide net cost-benefits to forest operators, according to a new report from the WWF

Why Wildlife is Cheering for the Clean Power Plan

Climate change poses a direct threat to wildlife and communities. Here are four species that are cheering about the President’s Clean Power Plan...

Tales of the Riverbank: WWF-UK, Coke and CCE in Eco-Partnership

Partnership will see the 3 organisations scale up their previous partnership to tackle the impacts of agriculture on water and promote sustainable farming.



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