By Timothy Hurst on October 6, 2011
Despite the fact the unprecedented Danish CSR law is nearly three years old, it remains relatively unknown outside of the tight-knit CSR community.
By Timothy Hurst on February 7, 2011
How could a traditional energy company — in fact, the world’s largest offshore oil and gas company — be ranked at the top of a list of the world’s most sustainable corporations?
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By Timothy Hurst on December 1, 2010
With electric cars like the Nissan LEAF being billed as the greatest thing since sliced bread, who better to star in the latest public service announcement from EV advocates than a guy who used to shill for a brand of butter substitute?
By The Guardian on November 4, 2010
Depending on what you read and whether you recycle, newspapers can be a green way to spend your time or a big contributor to your footprint
By David Wescott on July 16, 2010
Just as the the oil gusher at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico was being capped, Earth & Industry’s “gang of four” got together to discuss the ongoing drama and what to expect in the near future.