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Sweets, fizzy drinks and skin lighteners: the products being sold to the poor - Visit any roadside store in Indias rural hinterland and the stock is remarkably similar. Sachets of shampoo and washing detergent hanging from the window frame; counters piled high with sugary swe...
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Advertising Standards Authority rules Peabody’s ‘clean coal’ ad misleading - Picture this. Poor people in developing countries suffering from a lack of modern energy supply. A young woman cooking on an open-pit fire. Two boys reading by flashlight. An old woman warming her ...
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How can the fashion industry act for a sustainable water future? - live chat - Looking at the Earth from afar and seeing some 70% of it blue, you might think we couldnt possibly run out of water. But the kind of water we can drink, wash with and use to irrigate our fields is...
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Why developed countries should subsidize a global price on carbon - "We demonstrated that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. - the late Republican senator Howard Baker (Tennessee), co-sponsor of the Clean Air Act of 1970 A wise Grenadian recently aske...
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Postcard from Detroit MBAx: can tea revitalize Motor City? - This is the second post in a four-part series, Postcards from America, covering the inaugural class in the MBAs Across America internship program. The first post covered Thistle Farms, a social ent...
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Unpacking unpaused global warming – climate models got it right- Although the global climate has continued to build up heat at an incredibly rapid rate, there has been a keen focus among climate contrarians and in the media on the slowdown of the warming at the ...
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A tiny, rare snail in Malaysia has big consequences for global cement giant - For the first time ever, a new species has been named after the company that has the power to either conserve or destroy it. Its a snail and, although small, has the potential to leave a permane...
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Abandoned landfills polluting UK rivers, research finds - Abandoned landfill sites throughout the UK routinely leach polluting chemicals into rivers, say scientists. At Port Meadow, on the outskirts of Oxford, about 27.5 tonnes of ammonium a year find way...
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Sydney harbour’s plastic pollution at ‘alarming’ levels, scientists find - Researchers have found "alarming level of plastic pollution in Sydney harbour, with fibres from clothing and toiletries causing a widespread impact upon the marine ecosystem. The first information...
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Is It Ethical To Not Understand How E-Discovery Works? CA State Bar Does Not Think So « Above the Law: A Legal Web Site – News, Commentary, and Opinions on Law Firms, Lawyers, Law Schools, Law Suits, Judges and Courts + Career Resources- Attorneys can pretty much be broken down into two categories - those who have experience with doc review, and those who have been lucky enough to avoid it. But, there will be a point in the not too...
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Multitasking Gene May Help Drone Operators Control Robotic Swarms - Scientific American- For thousands of years generals such as Caesar and Napoleon have molded citizens into soldiers en masse by using the same drills and training techniques for everyone. A recent study suggests how ge...
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Five trends that show corporate responsibility is here to stay - Regardless of whether you call it CSR, corporate responsibility, environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) or sustainability, a common understanding is emerging around the world: a compa...
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‘Big egos’ and inaction: whatever happened to the B Team? - The B Team was set up more than a year ago by Sir Richard Branson and Jochen Zeitz, the former chief executive of Puma and current director of luxury good company Kering, to "create a future where ...
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Sustainable tech in Africa: 10 lessons from a cassava company - To understand the potential impact of sustainable technologies and why their adoption is often difficult, especially in developing countries, it is helpful to examine a specific case study. C:AVA, ...
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Brochure Download - Thousands of corporate responsibility and sustainability professionals use Ethical Corporation analysis to help them in their daily roles. Senior professionals from the likes of; Unilever, Diageo, ...
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Analysis: ICRS – Sustainability gets its professional body- The new Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability aims to fill a gap for the sectors practitioners Sustainability professionals are misunderstood - at least by some companies. The r...
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Dechert's Privilege Misstep Exposes Ethical Minefield - Law360- Select primary interest Aerospace & Defense Appellate Asset Management Automotive Banking Bankruptcy California Capital Markets Class Action Commercial Contracts Competition Consumer Protection Cor...
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Oddly sustainable: a gold-rush retailer's thoroughly modern social impact move - Picture it: youre thirsty, but you forgot to bring your cumbersome eco-friendly flask. Do you give in and buy one of those infernal plastic water bottles Keep in mind that the ubiquitous plastic ...
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"Ethical Leadership in a Rapidly Changing World" Tickets, Honolulu - Eventbrite- When you consider the global context in which we live, and the complex challenges were confronting, it is clear that the world needs leaders with formidable skills and integrity to navigate toward...
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Ethical Red Carpet Glamour - Get the look- There is a growing trend for the rich and famous to use the red carpet to show off their ethical conscience.  Either way, it remains the place where celebrities show off their style and fashion cre...
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southwesttrains - JourneyCheck- Alterations to services on all routes Owing to emergency engineering works at Wimbledon fewer trains are able to run on all lines. Impact: Train services running across the whole South West Trains ...
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Donate when you set up an ethical junior ISA- We have partnered with The Childrens ISA to offer an ethical junior ISA for young people. This new way to save combines a charitable conscience and encourages people across the country to prepare ...
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- BBC News- A US flight had to be diverted after one passenger prevented another from reclining her seat, according to reports. When is it acceptable to lean back at 30,000ft, asks Jon Kelly. You can see the n...
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Uber's Recruiting Tactics Are Sneaky But Ethical - Forbes- Theres never any shortage of reasons to hate Uber, for those feeling so inclined. If youre a driver, you may fear and distrust the company because of its needlessly punitive ratings system or its...
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This is Uber's playbook for sabotaging Lyft- Uber is arming teams of independent contractors with burner phones and credit cards as part of its sophisticated effort to undermine Lyft and other competitors. Interviews with current and former c...
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Uber's Recruiting Tactics Are Sneaky But Ethical - Kraalit.com- Theres never any shortage of reasons to hate Uber, for those feeling so inclined. If youre a driver, you may fear and distrust the company because of its needlessly punitive ratings system or its...
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Amazon.co.jp: Ethical Kindle Publishing Success: Learn how to make a long term and ethical living writing and selling Kindle books 電子書籍: Matt Bowns: Kindleストア- 内容紹介 Learn how to make a long term and ethical living writing and selling Kindle books A lot of what youve been told in other books is wrong. Find out why and learn how to start doing it right! If...
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Phys.Org Mobile: The ethics of driverless cars- "This isnt an issue for the next generation, its happening right now. Driverless cars are on the road in certain jurisdictions as theyre being prepared for a mass market," says Millar, whose dis...
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Mens Fall Line Ethical Overhead Hoodie by Rock Bear-bear.com - Mens Fall Line Overhead Hoodie. Our Ethical Overhead Hoodie is a great piece of kit for layering up on the hills or to warm up when it gets a little chilly at the beach! Its got a great fit and de...
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India's new CSR law sparks debate among NGOs and businesses - India is the first country in the world to mandate corporate social responsibility. On 1 April this year, the government of India implemented new CSR guidelines requiring companies to spend 2% of t...
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Chicken feathers and cigarette butts put to use in circular economy - By definition, a circular economy is a term for an industrial economy that is by design or intention, restorative. With over 7 billion people on the planet, reuse has never been more important as t...
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Do Seaworld’s woes show that tourism and marine life cannot co-exist? - In four years time, Tilikum will move to a larger tank. Presumably frustrated by being confined to a tank in San Diegos SeaWorld entertainment park, the killer whale has already been involved in ...
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5 products that claim to be sustainable, greenwashing all the way to the bank - Painting a green veneer on consumer goods is far from a new marketing tactic. In 1992, the US Federal Trade Commission issued its first "Green Guide aimed at squelching greenwashing long before gr...
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The Ethical Considerations of Creating Sustainable Cities - CNN iReport- The "future is not something that the present generation is accustomed to worry about. Researchers from the University of Florida post this question: how is it possible to address the needs of fut...
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South Asia Briefing: India’s Companies Act – The 2% solution- Money should begin flowing to Indian sustainability projects following new legislation. Are the givers and the receivers ready NGO work is often hard and thankless, an unending attempt to do a lot...
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Surfing to swishing: how can I source ethical fashion? - Fast fashions problems are extensive and well reported - from issues with pay and working conditions for producers to concerns about the environmental impact of factory processes and the waste cau...
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Uber's Recruiting Tactics Are Sneaky But Ethical- Wed, 27 Aug 2014 02:15:00 GMT - Theres never any shortage of reasons to hate Uber, for those feeling so inclined. If youre a driver, you may fear and distrust the company because of its needlessl...
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Post-Production: Producer Conflicts and Ethical issues - NEED ADVICE - Stage 32- Guys: I want to put this out there and get some feedback. Almost three weeks ago we shot a short. One of the producers was also the director. He has absconded with the footage and SD cards and refu...
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Moral Injury - The Huffington Post- I have covered conflict and the military for 35 years, drawn to the adventure and adrenaline rush, and fascinated by the drama of Americans at war. I feel privileged to have been accepted by soldie...
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, Why the games press won't talk about ethical corruption- As an ex-journo turned internet-monkey, Ive spent the last week carefully toying with the idea of producing a video about the belief that the traditional games media is ethically compromised and/o...
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Facing ethical yearbook issues? Some thoughts- by Mary Kay Downes The very nature of a yearbook being the permanent record of the year presents numerous issues which primarily have to do with the permanency of the book. Yearbooks live forever! ...
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