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If only sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) were simple and easy to execute. On the contrary, their very complexity is shifting and shaping the current and global professional landscape. And with these changes come a host of new questions, a bevy of new challenges, countless creative successes, and even more demoralizing failures as businesses, nonprofits, governments, and individuals attempt to embrace sustainability and CSR on both the professional and personal levels.

In this everchanging space, Justmeans Staff writers use their knowledge and expertise to bring you the leading stories and facts to help readers stay current on all these issues. As the business world continues to grapple with sustainability and CSR, Justmeans will continue to write about it.

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TripAdvisor’s GreenLeaders Program Helping Travelers Choose Sustainable Hotels
Hotels can reduce their environmental footprint as well as gain economic benefits when they pursue sustainable initiatives. In addition to enjoying a greater competitive advantage, guest loyalty, enhanced brand value and recognition, hotels stand to achieve direct financial savings when their costs of energy, water and waste disposal come down due to sustainability strategies.
Jan 13, 2015 4:00 PM ET
The World of Robots and the 2015 FedEx Innovation Challenge at Consumer Electronics Show
This year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, home robots are big, big news!
Jan 12, 2015 4:00 PM ET
Georgia Takes the Lead in US Electric Vehicle Market
When governments, companies, nonprofits, and individuals collaborate to support a green business, the results can surpass all expectations. Georgia has overtaken all other US markets in adopting electric vehicle technology. There are lessons to be learned for other sustainable businesses from the success of the state.
Jan 9, 2015 4:00 PM ET
Exposing Global Corruption And Bribery: The Alstom 2014 Story
The effects of corruption on society are well documented. Politically, it represents an obstacle to democracy and the rule of law. Economically, it depletes a country’s wealth, often diverting it to corrupt officials’ pockets. Ultimately, it puts an imbalance in the way that business is done, enabling those who are corrupt to win.
Jan 9, 2015 8:00 AM ET
13 Sustainability Trends for 2015
Guest Blog by Richard Mazzola, CEO/Founder, KarmaConnect
Jan 8, 2015 4:00 PM ET