September 20, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Get Ready for First-Time Sustainability Reporting

At the 2018 GRI Reporters’ North America Summit, participants geeked out on all the best ways to improve their sustainability reporting.

How Amazon Could Revolutionize Health Care

The Harvard Business Review describes how Amazon’s demonstrated technological capabilities could be adapted to deliver revolutionary change in the health care industry.

Why Recycling Could Increase, Not Decrease, After China Ban

China’s ban on scrap imports won’t necessarily halt progress on plastics recycling, if Dow’s “Hefty EnergyBag” program pans out.

What’s Really “Green” in the Confusing World of Beef Marketing Claims?

Here’s a few of the most common examples of greenwashing in beef marketing, and limitations of each claim.

Highlights of 2017: 3p's Year in Review

Based on how readers responded to our coverage, here are our top sustainability and corporate social responsibility stories of 2017.

Global Food Companies Neglect Water — And It’s Hurting the Bottom Line

Among global food companies, there is a “drought” of water-aware boards of directors.

Social Impact in a Network World

The business of business is to improve the state of of the world.

Coca-Cola, Walmart Join Oxford in Boosting Women’s Equality Worldwide

Oxford University’s GBC4WEE initiative is striving to improve the economic inclusion of women worldwide

ExxonMobil Fights State Access to Climate Change Research

ExxonMobil wants justices on Massachusetts’ highest court to block an investigation by the state attorney’s office into Exxon’s corporate records.

A Gift Guide for Social Entrepreneurs

This list includes top picks for impressing the socially conscious entrepreneurs in your life with gifts that serve a higher purpose.



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