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PUMA Launches First “Sustainable Store” in India

PUMA has been the frontrunner in sustainability innovation for many years now. They have been working towards a toxin-free line of products, compostable…
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IKEA & UNICEF Partner to Give 74 Million Indian Children Better Lives

The partnership between IKEA and UNICEF has worked towards providing a better live for over 74 million children in India.
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How Companies Can Move Beyond Philanthropy in Developing Countries

PepsiCo's work with Water.org in India is a compelling study of how community work and local engagement not only build trust but are also smart…
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Clean vs Dirty Energy: Learning From India’s Great Blackout

Over 400 million Indians lack access to modern energy. After the blackout in early August that left another 700 million Indians without energy…

World Water Week Opens With Somber Warnings to Business About Water Scarcity

The annual World Water Week opened here in rainy Stockholm over the weekend with a warning to business of the effect that the…
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Gibson Guitars Settles in Lawsuit Over Illegal Wood Sourcing

Gibson Guitars settled in a lawsuit claiming it used wood from illegal sources - but the story isn't over yet.
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Power to the People: The Impact of Off-Grid Renewable Energy

The recent power outages in India provided an encouraging reminder that off-grid renewable energy truly is playing a critical role in sustainable development…
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Can Ford Become The New Nike?

Ford has become much more than an automobile manufacturing giant: it is a design firm, a technology company and a lifestyle brand that…
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India’s Largest Tropical Forest Gains UNESCO Protection

India's most vulnerable tropical forest enters the UNESCO World Heritage Site list, hopefully giving it more protection than it has received in the…
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CSR Lessons from India: Interview with Andrew Bryson, Saatchi & Saatchi S

Adam Werbach and Andrew Bryson from Saatch & Saatchi S recently undertook a remarkable trip to India. Over the course of their journey…
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New Solar Program From SunEdison Aims to Eradicate Darkness in India

In rural India, more than 400 million go without electricity every day. SunEdison's new program, Eradication of Darkness, will design, install and manage…
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International Paper Sets New Sustainability Goals

Last week International Paper (IP), a $26 billion company with over 60,000 employees worldwide, issued its 2011 sustainability report, full of goals the…
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Mango Delayed Due to Climate Change

The people of India have a deep connection with mangoes. Every person claims to have at least one favorite kind but the Alphonso…
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Mobile Phones Create an Elephant Warning System

Human-elephant conflict is rising in areas where farmland meets forest. Here's one entrepreneur's low-tech fix.
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Dr. Bronner’s Audacious Activism Is Refreshingly Authentic

Dr. Bronner’s, like its founder, Emanuel Bronner, is a story of a company’s great highs and the lowest of lows.