"I have come to believe that climate change is the existential issue of our age. I don’t believe we have a focus or action in relation to it that is remotely commensurate with the risk that we face. I believe that if we don’t address climate change, the effects will not only be severe but...catastrophic."
The trade agreements are seen as threatening the very ability of sustainable businesses to survive and thrive. In fact, many businesses are asking about the proposed trade agreements, “Who are they actually good for?”
Sustainability from the CEO’s Office: Intel’s Leadership in Removing Conflict Minerals from the Supply Chain
When something is wrong its just wrong. Companies can find solutions if they are committed to making a change. The CEO of Intel, Brian Krzanich talks about the process of removing conflict minerals from Intel's supply chain.
Can capitalism be fundamentally changed to meet human and environmental needs? Yes, it can!
A recent Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll found that 63 percent of Americans “strongly favor” raising the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour...yet it remains at 7.25 - what's widely considered to be a "poverty wage".
“It’s wrong to profit from wrecking the planet.” That’s what thousands of young people are saying across the U.S. who are demanding their colleges and universities strip fossil fuel investments from their endowment portfolios.
It’s not just Peak Oil; It’s Peak Everything: The Business Case for Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)
Some industry giants are getting scared that virgin materials for packaging their products are going the way of the Dodo – and they’re putting their hopes into recycling.
CSR stories of 2012 are really just mainstream stories – have we reached a tipping point? (Part two)
In Part Two of a two-part series, we look at corporate influence on the debt debate, Wal-Mart’s credibility woes, Superstorm Sandy’s disaster capitalism, and Chevron’s attack on shareholder activists.