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Taking on the Climate Challenge...

In today’s post we’ll be taking a closer look at the National Ski Areas Association Climate Challenge competition, how it measures resorts impact on the climate, and how a couple of resorts in particular have faired as competitors over a three year period from 2011 – 2013. 631 more words

CSR

A CURATED SOCIAL IMPACT WEEKLY JOB DIGEST 4/24/15

Happy 50th Birthday to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

LOS ANGELES

Build the financial sustainability of nonprofits. The Nonprofit Finance Fund is hiring an… 521 more words

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Citizenship is great PR

by Chelsey Webber

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is about integrating societal concerns into a company’s identity, allowing it to act as a corporate citizen that stands for more than making a profit or reaching sales quotas. 374 more words

Public Relations

Count Our Blessings, Not Our Troubles

By Zoee Hillson
Executive, Corporate Social Responsibility

Walking out of Monita’s house, I can’t help but rethink the little things I fret over.

It dawned on me that most of the things we tend to complain about seem so petty in comparison to what others like Monita is struggling with. 680 more words

Life In Sarawak Energy

3 ways that companies can celebrate Earth Day in style

By Karen Huss, VP of Corporate Relations at Ceridian.

People are increasingly conscious of social and environmental issues and it’s important for companies to adjust accordingly when it comes to  516 more words

Employee Engagement

Earth Day: Does your company make the grade?

On this Earth Day, it is appropriate to dedicate this blog to sustainability. There is no doubt now that sustainability will be a performance indicator for future investors in companies and it’s interesting to read corporate reports dedicated to green , sustainable priorities. 217 more words

Sustainable Infrastructure... through Archaeology

As I made my way around the stands at Sustainability Live, one company stood out. At first glance, it didn’t seem like they should be there. 535 more words

Built Environment