August 18, 2019 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Fiji Water Faces Class Action Lawsuit for Greenwashing

Fiji Water is the target of a class action lawsuit alleging the company has profited from greenwashing.

Rare monk seal colony found in the Mediterranean

The species is the world's most endangered seal, and one of the most endangered marine mammals - fewer than 600 individuals remain.

It's virtual carbon, right?

The Centre for Sustainable Communications has released the beta-version of an online application that can calculate the carbon emissions of a website.

Clean-Tech Entrepreneurs Eye Funding Shift

Start-Ups Bank on Transition in Loan-Guarantee Program From Big Solar and Wind Projects to Emerging Technologies

Working (Part-Time) in the 21st Century

Part-time work in the Netherlands has become tool to attract and retain talent.

Corporate Social Responsibility Hits Critical Mass

Each and every year that passes possesses its share of themes in the investing realm. One positive theme in 2010 has been the...

Ford Bringing Hybrid Tech to Conventional Cars

Some of the technology that helps make hybrid vehicles so efficient will soon be making its way into non-hybrid cars as well.

Pickens Plan Gives Up on Wind Power

Sad story - wind energy's one-time champion, T. Boone Pickens, has given up on wind power.

How Can You Make Your Company More Eco-Friendly?

By Millie Baltimore Reducing waste in your company can not only benefit the environment but also makes your workspace more efficient and saves...

The Top Ten CSR Stories of 2010: Halos and Horns

By Francesca Rheannon When it comes to stories that are likely to have a major influence on sustainability and CSR -- for good...



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