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CSRHub Cofounder and COO, Cynthia Figge, is speaking at the New Metrics of Sustainable Business conference sponsored by Sustainable Brands on September 24-25, 2013 at the University of Pennsylvania. Cynthia will be speaking on 2 topics: Evening Plenary Discussion: … Continue reading →
By Bahar Gidwani CSRHub recently extended the historic data available to its subscribers back to 2008. Our users can now study the month to month change in sustainability performance for thousands of companies from December 2008 to the present. … Continue reading →
By Carol Pierson Holding Why isn’t technology solving our energy problems? As venture capitalist Elton Sherwin discovered, you have to get people to buy the technology first. Sherwin invested in energy efficiency devices that had huge potential, only … Continue reading →
By Bahar Gidwani About two months ago, CSRHub quietly added links to the CSR websites for a large minority of the companies we track. In a forthcoming update, we’ll be adding more of these links and we will soon have … Continue reading →
See how the insight and data of NGOs & non-profits on special issues like animal cruelty is woven into the CSR ratings world, and which practices actually make it harder to hold corporations responsible for their actions.
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