This category is climate change in relation to sustainability and CSR and how these segments effect one another. This includes how climate change has started to cause a wide range of physical effects with serious implications for investors and businesses, and how the business sector discloses climate risks and manage them.

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NY Soda Ban Goes Down and Mississippi Passes Anti-Bloomberg Bill

Tuesday was supposed to be a day of celebration for NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg, when the new limits he proposed on big, sugary drinks were supposed to take effect. Yet, on Monday a judge blocked the proposed ban making many New Yorkers happy knowing that the large soda drinks are not going anywhere. At least not for now.

Oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico from the Taylor Energy leak.

The Oil Leak in the Gulf We’re Not Supposed to Know About

Six environmental groups have served a freedom-of-information lawsuit to the US Coast Guard in an attempt to learn more about an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico that has been ongoing for eight years. The spill is allegedly coming from from a number of wells belonging to Taylor Energy. The Coast Guard has provided minimal information about this leak despite several FOIA requests.


Top Ten Effects of Global Warming on Business

According to Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC), “one thing is clear: businesses, governments and communities across the world need to plan for a warming world – not just 2C, but 4C or even 6C.” Given this cheery prologue, what are the characteristics that businesses should be preparing for as we look forward to a destabilizing climate?

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Why Global Food Solutions Need Women

“We need women playing a role at all levels, from product development to government policy – alongside their role as consumers, making choices for themselves and their families. Many women do not realise the huge impact they could have on society and the environment.”


Fracking Moratorium in New York Gets Extended

The New York State Assembly last week approved a two-year moratorium on fracking, extending a de facto ban that has been in place since 2008. The moratorium, if approved by the State Senate and signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, will extend to 2015.