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New Survey: Only 10% of Americans trust business to behave ethically.

96 percent of Americans believe it is important for companies to ensure their employees behave ethically but only 10 percent have trust and confidence in major companies to do what is right. 273 more words

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Impacts of New CSR Legislation in Shirur

By Carrie Kolleck

Waves of familiarity wash over me as the Bolero jeep winds down the dusty highway from Pune to our destination of Shirur.  The ever-present noise of the traffic descends upon me as I take in the sights and smells of the small roadside villages that we pass. 588 more words

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India in Transition

By Hannah Hutton

I’ve returned to an India in transition. Arriving on the heels of their national elections and months before their state elections, it becomes clear that this is a country in flux. 752 more words

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Going, Going, Can I Go Yet?

By Diana Gates

As I’m writing my very first blog post (of many that I am excited to write!), I am sitting at the Indian consulate in New York waiting for an emergency visa, four hours before my flight leaves. 254 more words

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WHO: 1 in 8 Global Deaths Linked To Air Pollution

The World Health Organization reports that in 2012 around 7 million people died – one in eight of total global deaths – as a result of air pollution exposure.   466 more words

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Brandkarma: A new Global Reputation System for Brands

“Brands often fall short of their potential to do good – reputation without responsibility. Brandkarma will change that.”

Upendra Shardanand, founder Daylife

Welcome Brandkarma.com – the first social community that will rate and review brands ability to do good in the world. 89 more words

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SOGB: Business Sustainability Progress Has Stalled

According to the 2014 State of Green Business report published by GreenBiz Group in partnership with Trucost plc., companies around the world are struggling to make progress on climate change, resource efficiency and natural capital dependency. 394 more words

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