September 25, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Obama to Unveil Tougher Climate Change Plan

The revised Clean Power Plan will increase the required cuts in carbon emissions from the power sector, demanding they be slashed 32 percent...

Drought May Stunt Forests’ Ability to Capture Carbon

Could result in a reduction of their role as a buffer between humans’ carbon emissions and a changing climate.

Google Street View to Map Urban Air Quality and Pollution

Google Street View cars equipped with Aclima’s mobile sensing platform to test the air around the cars at a street level.

Minnesota Rain Gardens go Big to Fight Pollution, Reuse Water

Many Minnesota cities use rain gardens and other "green infrastructure" now to keep stormwater from polluting nearby lakes and rivers.

World Mayors Warn of Threats to Mankind, Commit to U.N. Development Goals

More than 65 mayors from around the world pledged to implement the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in their cities and to combat...

CEA: Here’s What LG is Doing to Create a Greener World

As our lives are more and more integrated with our electronic and mobile devices, it is increasingly important to think about the resources...

Agave, the Plant That Gets you Drunk off Tequila, Could Also Help Drought-Proof our Food System

The humble cactus! Wellspring of tequila, source of nopales tacos, and … our ticket out of fuel and food insecurity?

Science Confirms 2014 Was Hottest Yet Recorded, On Land And Sea

This year's hottest-ever record is the third time that's happened in the past 15 years.

4 Big Recycling Myths Tossed Out

Let's take a closer look at some of the common myths about recycling

7 Cool Ways Cities Are Thinking Ahead on Climate Change

From sea walls to "sponge zones," here are some innovative urban ideas for boosting resilience.



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