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Tag: Corporations



Cheap and Clean

Cheap and Clean explores how, more than anything else, beliefs about the costs and environmental harms associated with certain fuels drive opinions about energy and climate change policy.


Brands as Targets

Companies with a high profile are more likely to become the focus of anti-sweatshop protests.
By Adrienne Day | Nov. 19, 2014

Socially Responsible Business

Translating Sustainability Strategy into Practice

A simplified value-chain approach can help organizations deeply embed sustainability into their cultures.


Socially Responsible Business

Social Problem Solving through Innovation

Featuring Chris Librie | 1 | Oct. 19, 2014


Corporate Venture Capital: A New Accelerant for Impact

How corporate venture capital investors can work with traditional VC investors to nurture entrepreneurs and more space for impact investment.

By Amanda Feldman & Charmian Love | Oct. 17, 2014


The Supreme Court’s First Brush with Social Enterprise

A look at how Hobby Lobby affects emerging corporate forms.


Socially Responsible Business

An Insider’s Tale

A veteran corporate social responsibility leader reflects on “doing well and doing good” at a big oil company.
Reviewed By David J. Vogel | 1 | May. 14, 2014

Civil Society

Big Box Protests Can Be a Big Deal

Community activists have a lot of potential influence on whether large retailers enter a local market.
By Adrienne Day | 1 | May. 14, 2014

Individual Giving

Not “Better Than Nothing”

Combining charity with financial gain can seriously tarnish others’ appreciation of altruistic efforts.
By Adrienne Day | May. 14, 2014

Socially Responsible Business

The Upside of CSR

For companies, higher levels of social performance often translate into improved access to funding.
By Adrienne Day | May. 14, 2014