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A Decade in Review with Accompanying CSR Milestones Timeline Presented by GE

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In its 2010 Citizenship Report, GE includes an essay reviewing the past decade in corporate social responsibility—as well as an interactive timeline of CSR milestones.

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In its 2010 Citizenship Report, GE includes an essay reviewing the past decade in corporate social responsibility—as well as an interactive timeline of CSR milestones.

Another Baby Boom Won't Cure U.S. Economy

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 By Carol Pierson Holding

This article was originally published on the CSRHUB Blog. 

In the early 1980s, Daniel Yankelovich, the master market researcher, gave a presentation to ad agency staff about coming demographic trends. His analysis came to the conclusion that the growing income gap would produce an increasingly angry underclass, a boiling cauldron that would one day explode. He showed us the future through demographics. I was hooked and subscribed to the magazine American Demographics. 

G&A Institute Update (Issue 1, August 2011): US Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility Reporting

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G&A Institute closely monitors the sustainability reporting of US domestic corporations and the US subsidiaries of non-US companies.  (We monitor as well sustainability reports published by trade and professional associations, non-profits, government agencies, professional practices, universities, and various types of institutions.)

Plastic solutions from the producers

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By Carol Pierson Holding 

Americans are as addicted and repelled by plastic as residents of Los Angeles were by cars in the 1960s. Los Angeleans had to experience stinging eyes and hacking coughs, then school closures, closed government offices and businesses before the city and state governments enacted legislation that tightened emissions standards.

Accountability-Central.com AC Alert for August 22, 2011 The Signs on the Barn – Not Burma Shave…”Fracking?”

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Kevin and Alicia had planned their summer vacation for several months. He’s a New York City firefighter, a proud member of the FDNY, and his buddies had been urging him to take a few days off and drive up to the more rural parts of New York State to see “the other side of life” outside the big city in which they serve.

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