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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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From Startup Nation to B Corp Nation, Israel Joins the Movement.
It’s been called the “Startup Nation,” producing more startups per capita than countries like Japan, China, Canada and the U.K. And this past Sunday, after months of work and collaboration, it’s joined a global movement where innovative startups meets profit meets mission. Give a round of applause for ESCO, KitchenBug, MobileODT, Tulip Winery and VoiceITT—winners of the first...
Mar 19, 2015 4:00 PM ET
IEA Report: Global Carbon Emissions Have Flattened Out
Here is some very encouraging news coming from a preliminary report from the International Energy Agency (IEA). Global carbon dioxide emissions for the year 2014 were 32.3 billion metric tons, the same amount as the previous year. Emissions,...
Mar 19, 2015 8:00 AM ET
Climate Change and Its Toll on Latin America
Climate change is taking its toll everywhere on the planet. Its impact can be clearly seen in Latin America, which has sixty major cities situated along the coast where these urban areas are very vulnerable to rising sea levels. Plus, there are millions of people who depend on rivers fed by the Andean glaciers, yet face the extreme likelihood that their primary water source may disappear...
Mar 18, 2015 4:00 PM ET
The Role of Women in Disaster Risk Reduction
Women are disproportionately impacted by disasters but they are rarely included in disaster planning. That must change. On February 26, 1852, the HMS Birkenhead struck rocks off the coast of South Africa. There weren't enough lifeboats for the 643 people aboard, and Captain Robert Salmond immediately ordered the wives and children to board them while the men remained to try to save the...
Mar 18, 2015 8:00 AM ET
Leading by Example: The U.S. National Action Plan for Responsible Business Conduct
As the U.S. Government begins drafting a landmark National Action Plan on business and human rights, it is facilitating a series of consultations across the country. One of four was ...
Mar 17, 2015 4:00 PM ET

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