Tag: Social Responsibility

Can Cell Phones Help Save Rain Forests? This Tribe Thinks So

Rather than being tossed in the trash, these old cell phones are being used to help track signs of deforestation.

These are the Ocean’s Protected Areas – and we need more

The ocean faces many challenges, but has the extraordinary power to replenish when it is protected.

Climate Change Could Lead to Major Crop Failures in World’s Biggest Corn Regions

Two new studies looking at corn and vegetables warn of a rising risk of food shocks and malnutrition with unchecked global warming.

Organic matter found on Mars

The more we learn about Mars, the more it seems that the red planet once could have harbored life.

Winning the battle against plastic pollution with International Standards on World Environment Day

“Beat Plastic Pollution”, the theme of this year’s World Environment Day (5 June), is a call to action for all of us to come together to combat one of the great environmental challenges of our time.

Is slavery present in your supply chain?

More than 5,000 potential victims of trafficking and modern slavery were reported to UK authorities last year, the highest number on record.

Set the Standard – ISO 26000 – Social Responsibility

Business and organizations do not operate in a vacuum. Their relationship to the society and environment in which they operate is a critical factor in their ability to continue to operate effectively.

The damned if you do damned if you don’t problem with CVE

If we want to reduce the number of terrorist attacks, we need to have agencies other than security services and law enforcement talking to and listening to communities.

The Next Great Smart City Challenge: Public Health

As we start to find more success with smart city technology, researchers are now studying how those same technologies can address systemic challenges in health systems and environments around the world.

A journalist’s responsibility to help counter terrorism forces

Where does the job as a journalist ends and the job as a citizen begins? An analysis by Phil Gurski.

Building Resilience in India

A discussion with Hardeep Singh Puri, Indian Minister for Housing and Urban Affairs, on the development of resilient cities across the country.

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