Published: Jul 30, 2010
In a recent interview with the International Business Leadership Forum (IBLF), Fabian Pattberg, founder of SustainabilityForum.com, and an expert on sustainability, corporate responsibility and social media, discussed how the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, along with a recessionary economy are changing the global landscape for corporate citizenship.
Highlighting the importance of transparency and accountability in the business sector, he also elaborates on how the CSR communications arena is going to progress and mature in the next few years. As he explains, "It is only going to get bigger, and companies need to be aware of this." For the full interview, click below:
A year ago, two of my best friends—a married couple, in their 30s, with children—decided to quit their jobs and spend some time doing volunteer work. After a lot of research and deliberation, they chose an intentional community in Georgia where they would be able to work with refugees.
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Specifically, coal jobs:
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