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Majority of Shoppers Prefer to Buy Products that are Socially and Environmentally Responsible

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is no longer a new or vague concept in the minds of global consumers. And the increasing number of people who are willing to pay extra for a “do-good” product is a clear sign that attitudes are changing.   42 more words

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How Corporate Sustainability can work for reducing inequality at large

At the face of miserable state of global health, women’s empowerment, and basic education have come up against headlines about the West African Ebola outbreak, kidnapping and harassment of girls trying to go to school – these are outcomes of inequality and injustice. 532 more words

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Reduce your footprint

There are many simple ways to reduce the footprint you leave on the planet. Learn how to reduce your footprint in each consumption category-carbon, food, housing, and goods and services-but don’t stop there. 658 more words

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#SustLdrConv - Update to our autumn series.

Sustainability is moving into new territories, with new leaders and leadership styles. Social media is increasingly being used as a tool for engaging, learning and sharing to further the emerging collective of sustainability leadership and organizational development approaches. 249 more words

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Does Corporate Governance Play a Role in Mainstreaming Corporate Sustainability?

Sustainability has long been on the periphery of corporate governance but corporate boards of directors are increasingly realizing the importance of mainstreaming social and environmental concerns into core decision making, says an IFC report titled ‘ 525 more words

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Smartphones and Sustainability

I’d seen a fairly old YouTube video (from 2010 …… yes ancient news!) highlighting the issues with the raw materials needed to make smartphones, namely Coltan. 393 more words

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The Sustainability Debate

What follows is a somewhat lengthy, but extremely interesting, debate panel on sustainability. Representatives from major American corporations get together to discuss sustainability and the role their companies are playing in it. 114 more words

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