Rio+20: Transforming Political Platitudes into Economic Realities  
When world leaders endorse the final plan of action, titled 'The Future We Want, at the Rio+20 summit in Brazil next week, a lingering question may remain unanswered: how best can the United Nations transform political platitudes into economic realities?    
Top Ten Things You Would Have Learned about Sustainable Business Program  
This is true that the inner workings of leading sustainable businesses that continue to innovate in this space, such as Seventh Generation, Ben & Jerry's and All Earth Renewables. In the process, the most of people found that sustainability is not the province of one industry, or set of professionals - it is an all-encompassing idea that must filter into all niches of the business world. The challenge is to figure out how.    
Progress or Propaganda? The Corporation's Role in Promoting Workplace Giving  
By educating workers about environmental issues and organizations, employers can meet employee needs, stimulate workplace engagement, and promote sustainability. One of the biggest problems facing those seeking to make an impact in the environmental sector is the sense of conflict and partisanship that has enveloped much of the environmental agenda. You don't have to look too far to find people promoting the idea that climate change is a myth, for example, or disputing that human activity can have an impact on it. By Kal Stein, President & CEO, EarthShare    
Have We Placed Too Much Faith in Corporate Governance Reform?  
Across the globe, the trend toward corporate governance reform, increased governance legislation and more elaborate governance codes continues in response to the global financial crisis and to the opening of markets in developing economies. Advocates of these measures sometimes speak of them with missionary zeal, as though increased corporate governance is good by definition — and able to halt risk, corporate malfeasance and negative earnings reports by its mere implementation by Fabrice Desmaresceaux, Katherine Moos and Andrea Pecchio.    

 
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