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Powering Down Coal Worldwide Isn’t Occurring Fast Enough

To meet the 2015 Paris Agreement’s goals – as in keeping global warming below 2°C – one coal unit will need to close each day, or 100 GW a year, until 2040. Carbon Tracker says the world is no where near that goal.

Maersk Pushes the Net Zero Carbon Emissions Envelope

Maersk has set its sights on net zero carbon emissions by 2050. That’s a long way off, but if the company can produce some quick results, it could push the entire industry in a more sustainable direction.

COP24: A Chance For Companies to Act on Climate

Despite catastrophic events from wildfires in Californias to hurricanes in the southeastern U.S., nearly 40 percent of Fortune 100 companies still have not set a single climate target.

Giving Smallholder Farms the Help They Need, with Fertilizer as Capital

R. Jay Sehgal, EVP of the Sehgal Foundation, discusses how the foundation and The Mosaic Company are helping smallholder farmers fight food insecurity by offering education on sustainable practices.

IEA: Clean Energy Must Accelerate to Stop Climate Change

In case it has not been clear – the deployment of clean energy technologies must move at a far faster rate in order to prevent climate change.

SPECIAL SERIES: From Local to Global

“Matter to a Million” Global Giving Partnership Celebrates Five Years, $21M in Loans

HP, Inc. and HPE have worked with Kiva to create a global employee giving program that has provided $21M in loans over five years to entrepreneurs around the world, and gives their workforce a chance to “Matter to a Million”.

The 4 Critical Steps to Climate Leadership

Even the largest companies can’t achieve ambitious climate action goals on their own. EDF suggests these four steps for companies to achieve climate leadership.

Gender Lens Investing: It’s Time to Invest in Her

We need to build on the tumult of the last 12 months and make 2019 the year of investing in women; and Joe Keefe is convinced that we can persuade corporations and financial markets to take this leap.

Paul Polman Retires After Pushing Boundaries for a Decade

Paul Polman, who announced last week that he is retiring from Unilever after ten years as the company’s CEO, leaves a legacy of pushing boundaries when it comes to corporate sustainability.

The Triple Bottom Line

At it's core, triple bottom line thinking ties the social and environmental impact of an organization’s activities to its economic performance.

Employee Engagement

Employee engagement is a longstanding concept in business management. The theory is that when employees are engaged in the company's activities, they'll work harder and stay longer, which will reduce costs. Here we explore some popular ways to keep employees engaged.

Sustainability Reporting

Here we explore the many ways companies are reporting on their sustainability, from traditional GRI-indexed sustainability reports to visually dynamic websites that update in real time.

From Farm to Factory: A 3 Part Series on Social Impacts in Apparel

In this 3-part series is underwritten by C&A Foundation, we explore how cotton, supply chain transparency and bonded labor shape the apparel supply chain and influence the clothes on our backs.

From the Podium


New Research Highlights Promising New Interventions to Scale Minority-Owned Businesses

WASHINGTON, Dec. 07 /CSRwire/ – Today, the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC), and the University of Washington Foster School of Business’ Consulting…

Israeli CSR Focuses on Inclusive Growth

Business summit on inclusive growth held in Tel Aviv, Israel

CMS Energy Releases Climate Assessment Report, Highlighting Commitment to People, Planet and Prosperity

JACKSON, Mich., December 7, 2018 /CSRwire/ – CMS Energy has released its Climate Assessment Report – a picture of the energy provider’s work…