AIG Bonuses: Sustainable business or a waste of taxpayer money? | Uncategorized

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AIG Bonuses: Sustainable business or a waste of taxpayer money? | Uncategorized

Sustainability at Ben and Jerry’s

Ben and Jerry’s recently held a conference in Paris to promote their line of fair-trade ice cream. Ben Cohen, the Ben behind Ben and Jerry’s, discussed the economic downturn, saying that fear and greed have proven to be poor and …
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AIG Bonuses: Sustainable business or a waste of taxpayer money? | Uncategorized

Who reads sustainability and CSR reports?

The popularity of sustainability reports among larger companies has increased rapidly in recent years. Back in the 1980’s, only chemical companies issued “sustainability reports.” Those reports were really just environmental impact reports. Today, over 50% of the Global Fortune 100 …
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AIG Bonuses: Sustainable business or a waste of taxpayer money? | Uncategorized

EPA Proposes Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule

A new rule proposed by the US Environmental Protection Agency will require just over 13,000 facilities accounting for nearly 90% of US greenhouse gas emissions to report their greenhouse gas emissions. The plan would require companies in a broad range …
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