CSR Blogs

Primary tabs

CSR Blogs

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.

FMRs from this campaign

Green, But Mostly White: The Lack Of Diversity In The Environmental Movement, Part 4 of 5—Future 500
Future 500 is a global nonprofit specializing in stakeholder engagement and building bridges between parties at odds—often corporations and NGOs, the political right and left, and others—to advance systemic solutions to urgent sustainability challenges. The organization unites corporate and NGOs to address social and environmental issues with market-based solutions. Recently, members of the...
Aug 19, 2014 4:00 PM ET
Tiffany Achieves New Milestone in Conflict-free Diamond Sourcing
Ethically sourced diamonds are an important means of socio-economic development in the local communities of the diamond-producing countries in Africa. Revenue generated from diamond export supports critical investments in infrastructure, healthcare and education in these regions.
Aug 18, 2014 4:00 PM ET
California Gets a Boost for Energy and Water Efficiency
Energy efficiency is on the rise again. After declining in the nineties, investment is back up for a number of reasons. According to ACEEE, investment hit a peak in 1992 of around $2 billion, then dropped to $1 billion in 1999, before picking up again to the point where in 2013, combined spending in gas and electric efficiency programs exceeded $7 billion.
Aug 15, 2014 4:00 PM ET
Clean Technology Changing Lives In The Slum Town Of Kibera, Kenya
Kibera is Kenya’s biggest slum town, where the houses are made of mud with leaking roofs made of old iron sheets. The whole area here has no drainage system; a result, the sewage spreads all over. The town smells, and the children and grown-ups inhale the bad stench. There is no provision for water.
Aug 14, 2014 4:00 PM ET
Restoring Trust: In Markets and Politics
It’s common knowledge that human societies work most effectively and harmoniously where there are high levels of trust – in each other and our institutions. Markets cannot operate without trust.
Aug 14, 2014 8:00 AM ET

Pages