This category is about the relation between business economies and sustainability and CSR. Company economies have great impact on how much effort they put into their CSR strategy and incorporating green strategies can have an effect on company growth.

Economics
Conscious Capitalism
B-Corps
Business Models
Circular Economy
Sharing Economy

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3p Weekend: Top 5 Corporate Bike-to-Work Incentives in the U.S.

In case a trimmer waistline and a lighter footprint isn’t enough motivation for busy commuters, a growing number of companies are sweetening the deal with perks and incentives designed to get employees pedaling. Here are five of our favorites.

Joyce Coffee, Notre Dame Global Adaptation Index Managing Director, opens last year's ND-GAIN Annual Meeting.

Bridging the Climate Adaptation Gap: From Recognition to Action

Recent data indicate that a gap exists between corporations understanding the big-picture risks of climate change and their actions to address those risks to shore up their bottom line. How can companies address the climate adaptation gap?

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Dan River Coal Ash Problems Not Over, Experts Say

It’s been three months since a drainage pipe at a Duke Energy coal ash pond burst, spewing toxic sludge into North Carolina’s scenic Dan River. Cleanups on some of the river are only getting started, and some experts worry it may be too late.

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SolarCoin: Accelerating Solar Investment

SolarCoin offers an added reward that can increase the number of solar electricity systems built. As solar expands as a source of electricity, the price of a solar system in dollar terms goes down, further accelerating investment.

Coca-Cola's headquarters in downtown Atlanta.

3p Weekend: 10 Companies Thriving in American Downtowns

The migration of major companies from urban downtowns to surrounding suburbs has spanned decades. Across the U.S., commuters sit idly in traffic jams while cities become blighted by decreased business activity and population loss. But as more Americans move back to city centers, top companies are doing the same — bolstering their bottom lines and revitalizing downtowns in the process.

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Monsanto Announces Aggressive Sustainability Goals

Monsanto has big plans for the year 2020. The world’s premier agricultural biotech company has upped its sustainability goals, tailoring them to meet the first climate change benchmark given by the IPCC.