CSR Wire: Don’t Be Evil: What’s the Matter with Google?

Jay Owen Global Citizen, Articles by Hazel Henderson

  Don’t Be Evil: What’s the Matter with Google? Has Google lost its way? Why is the organization now funding regressive organizations fronting for the fossilized sectors and legacy incumbent interests holding back the green economy? What happened to the founders’ mission of catalyzing a whole-system transition from the fossil-fueled Solar …

WRI Digest: Lessons from Florida: How Local Adaptation Efforts Can Complement National Climate Action.

Jay Owen SRI/ESG News, Sustainability News

Lessons from Florida: How Local Adaptation Efforts Can Complement National Climate Action. Bill Richardson — WRI Board member, former governor of New Mexico and former Secretary of Energy — participated in a climate rally in Miami last week. In a Huffington Post blog , Richardson writes, “Florida is the most vulnerable U.S. state to …

Integrated Assessment of Black Carbon and Tropospheric Ozone: UNEP/WMO Summary for Decision Makers

kristy Green Prosperity, Reports Relevant to GTS:

The Integrated Assessment of Black Carbon and Tropospheric Ozone establishes the climate cobenefits of air-quality measures that address black carbon and tropospheric ozone and their precursors. The measures identified to address these shortlived climate forcers have been successfully tried around the world and have been shown to deliver significant and …