Vague definitions of “corporate social responsibility” and the voluntary nature of much corporate climate reporting have allowed companies to escape scrutiny.
Climate, health and social justice experts tell us how we can come out of the coronavirus crisis better than before.
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The planet didn’t chalk up a lot of wins during the coronavirus pandemic, but we made some climate progress.
Unwanted items are more than just a logistical problem — they have the potential to become a mountain of waste.
“A couple of years ago, I would never have believed it,” one scientist said. “I’ve never seen anything like this.”
As the coronavirus pandemic raged, hopes this year would be pivotal for climate change action faded. But all is not lost. Yet.
Marketing and advertising companies create slick campaigns to make the oil and gas industry look cleaner. Until they choose not to.
The mayors will distribute the money as no-strings-attached cash payments to hundreds of residents in their cities.
Some countries are rejecting an obsession with GDP and finding different ways to measure success. Welcome to the happiness economy.