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theCSRminute is your daily video digest of the most relevant CSR and Sustainability news and can be seen on the 3BL Media CSR Network - the largest network of CSR channels across the internet, Reuters Insider and here on the 3BL Media website.

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U.S. Health Care Versus the World: The Big Picture -Health Minute
As the enrollment deadline at the end of this month for the Affordable Care Act draws near, the facts, figures, and comments from all sides are flying throughout the media sphere. It might be exactly the moment to look again at the big picture of U.S.
Mar 27, 2014 4:30 PM ET
Solar Power’s Future Looks Brighter and Brighter
In the U.S. solar power continues to lead all categories as the renewable energy mode of choice. Last year, it made up 29 percent of all new electricity capacity, second only to natural gas at 46 percent. In 2014, solar power is projected to grow by another 26 percent, according to GTM, a research firm.
Mar 24, 2014 4:00 PM ET
China Includes ESG in its Strategy for “War on Pollution” -CSR Minute
In his recent state-of-the-nation speech, Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang acknowledged the impact of environmental, social, and governance— ESG—issues on that country’s economic policies. He announced that the government will “declare war” on pollution.
Mar 20, 2014 4:10 PM ET
Food and Drug Administration Opts for Transparency on Drug Safety- Health Minute
Since 1998, the Food and Drug Administration has collected millions of records about the prescription and over-the-counter medications that it regulates. In total, it’s the world’s most comprehensive database of how drugs interact with the human body.
Mar 17, 2014 4:30 PM ET
German Companies Go Off the Grid -Energy Minute
In Germany, one in every six companies now generates its own electricity. 16 percent of all German companies produced their own power last year, according to the German Chamber of Commerce, up from about 10 percent a year earlier. 23 percent more companies are considering joining this trend.
Mar 13, 2014 6:00 PM ET

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