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What do businesses think of their CSOs?
Source: GreenBiz, 1/27/15
Summary: Solid business sense is the top trait desired in sustainability professionals, according to a GlobeScan/BSR survey. Communication skills and ability to promote sustainability were also seen as key traits for CSR leaders.
Why businesses should support the EPA's pollution rules
Source: The Guardian, 1/27/15
Summary: As it celebrates its 25th anniversary, sustainability advocate Ceres sets its sights on getting corporations to support proposed US power plant rules.
SGP Joins Esteemed Group of Members of Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council
Source: Sustainable Green Printing Partnership, 1/22/15
Summary: By becoming a member of the Sustainable Purchasing Leadership Council (SPLC), the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP) has joined forces with leaders from government, industry, academia, standards organizations and NGOs to develop a groundbreaking guidance program for leadership in sustainable purchasing. Public and private sector organizations will use the program to guide trillions of dollars in collective purchasing towards goods and services that simultaneously meet the needs of their organization, society and the planet. As a member of the SPLC, SGP will play an instrumental role in solving the biggest obstacle to sustainable institutional purchasing: a lack of standardization in how sustainable purchasing is defined, guided, measured and rewarded.
The new GHG Protocol: What you need to report now
Source: GreenBiz, 1/21/15
Summary: With Google, Apple, Mars and EDF Energy, the World Resources Institute developed this new standard for reporting emissions from purchased electricity.
Net positive: 'It's the leading edge of sustainability, but we've not cracked it'
Source: The Guardian, 1/22/15
Summary: The net positive movement is growing but its advocates are still fighting to explain what they stand for -- and what they don't.
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