Modest cash transfers of $1,000 or less can have a huge impact on developing communities, providing a massive return on philanthropic investment.
Author: Gina-Marie Cheeseman
Personal care company Dr. Bronner’s resigned from the Organic Trade Association earlier this week over its backing of America’s controversial GMO labeling legislation.
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We take a look at CVS Health’s 2015 CSR report and highlight some key wins for the company. The company’s ninth annual report lays out its three sustainability pillars: health in action, planet in balance and leader in growth. These three pillars shape both its strategy and the report.
These two big buy-ins mean the Paris Agreement is more likely to be ratified this year, or even as soon as this month. We take a closer look at what’s next.
Three nonprofit organizations think products labeled as ‘natural’ shouldn’t contain ingredients like the herbicide glyphosate, the main ingredient in Roundup. And they’re making their position known.
“We’re asking the company to review the financial, reputational and legal risks of continuing to sell this deadly product,” Tom McCaney of the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia, the lead investor on the resolution, told TriplePundit.
By now you’ve likely heard about Mylan’s EpiPen price-hike, which happened to coincide with a $16 million pay raise for its CEO. We look at what the price-gouging scandal means from a corporate responsibility perspective.
Foodservice companies supply a wide array of clients, from Disney World to Walmart to the U.S. Congress. So, how are they stacking up when it comes to sourcing sustainable seafood? Not very well, a recent Greenpeace report reveals.
Being photographed without a stitch of makeup proved to be empowering for her. “And I swear it is the strongest, most empowered, most free, and most honestly beautiful that I have ever felt,” she wrote.
After it was struck with a deadly earthquake in 2010, Haiti endured yet another tragedy: its first cholera outbreak. The U.N. initially denied that its humanitarian troops caused the outbreak, but now the global body is taking responsibility.
Almost 200 U.S. companies, including every major grocery store and fast-food chain, have pledged to transition to cage-free eggs by 2025. What’s driving this trend?