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Why corporate sustainability is a mainstay in 2020 and beyond Article

Why corporate sustainability is a mainstay in 2020 and beyond

Levi Strauss & Co. introduced a line of jeans in 2019 with 31 percent hemp, and…

Where do your customers stand on sustainable packaging? Article

Where do your customers stand on sustainable packaging?

These days, every time I buy something wrapped in plastic, I am haunted by the specter…

Choosing the right social impact activities for your brand Article

Choosing the right social impact activities for your brand

How do you attract top-notch talent, engage your staff like never before, bring in more customers,…

Volunteering your skill set can have some surprising benefits Article

Volunteering your skill set can have some surprising benefits

Selfishness is underrated. Wait—hear me out! Giving, giving, giving is a surefire path to burning out.…

3 surprising ways to volunteer your professional skills Article

3 surprising ways to volunteer your professional skills

We see you, do-gooder. You’re a busy, talented professional, so lucky and you know it. You…

Don’t have kids, eat less meat, and other ways to save the world Article

Don’t have kids, eat less meat, and other ways to save the world

Whose fault is it that glaciers are melting, oceans are becoming cooler and less salinated, “storms…

Selfish or selective? 6 ways Millennials are changing charitable giving. Article

Selfish or selective? 6 ways Millennials are changing charitable giving.

Many people think of Millennials as self-centered, selfie-snapping, uber-texting, uber-riding, narcissists. Even some Millennials share this…

With eyes wide open, Generation Z looks to serve, share, and impact Article

With eyes wide open, Generation Z looks to serve, share, and impact

As with every generation, Generation Z has unique qualities. But how is this new generation looking…

Won’t you be my neighbor? Gentrification and corporate social responsibility. Article

Won’t you be my neighbor? Gentrification and corporate social responsibility.

Companies change neighborhoods. Companies with good corporate social responsibility change them for good.

Restoring youth: tell stories, drink wine, and go on a bike ride with Ole Kassow Article

Restoring youth: tell stories, drink wine, and go on a bike ride with Ole Kassow

Do we start to disappear as we age? Ole Kassow says no. We just have to…