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Corporations have a responsibility to be mindful of their impact on social, environmental and human health issues impacted by their policies and products.  Our finite planetary resources are fast dwindling and destroying the very fabric of life. #CSR #Sustainability #SocioEconomics #GDP #EcoEconomics #Brands #Environment #ClimateChange #
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6 Hot Solar Projects from the Middle East and North Africa

6 Hot Solar Projects from the Middle East and North Africa | CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – | Scoop.it

Big or small, solar-powered projects in the Middle East and North Africa are transforming our region. Not only do they hold promise of slowly improving air quality by reducing our dependence on fossil fuels, but they also send the people who live here both an overt and subliminal message: renewable energy is possible and it is cool.

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4 Desertec Deals That Make Our Energy Future More Secure (Huge Solar Project)

4 Desertec Deals That Make Our Energy Future More Secure (Huge Solar Project) | CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – | Scoop.it

In just six hours, the deserts receive more energy from the sun than humankind produces in a year, and Desertec is harnessing it.

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SAUDI ARABIA Kingdom enters the solar race

SAUDI ARABIA Kingdom enters the solar race | CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – | Scoop.it
Already a world leader in supplying energy, Saudi Arabia is turning its attention towards solar power. Its location puts the country in an enviable position.
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In the Developing World, Solar Is Cheaper than Fossil Fuels

In the Developing World, Solar Is Cheaper than Fossil Fuels | CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – | Scoop.it
Advances are opening solar to the 1.3 billion people who don't have access to grid electricity.
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The communities taking renewable energy into their own hands

The communities taking renewable energy into their own hands | CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – | Scoop.it
Ecologist: Despite the economy, people are investing in solar, wind and hydro power for their local communities...
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