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Undercover Detectives Battle Eco-Crime

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Despite its impressive name, the Environmental Investigation Agency is not a government agency but a small nonprofit that has become one of the world’s most effective conservation groups. Based in London, EIA operatives go undercover to catch environmental criminals (Eco-Crime) and bring them to justice.

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The Power of Reforestation in China

The Power of Reforestation in China

China, with the most air polluted cities in the world now has the world’s largest reforestation program. Wolfgang Frey of the Frey Group writes about the importance of reforestation projects in China.

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Marketing Key to Return on CSR Investment

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The combination of skillful marketing and corporate social responsibility can yield a 3.5 percent gain in stock returns for a company’s shareholders, a new study by U.S. and Canadian researchers shows.

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Closing the Loop: EU Quarrels Over Circular Economy Plan

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The European Commission has adopted a new Circular Economy Package it says will help European businesses and consumers contribute to “closing the loop” of product lifecycles through greater recycling and re-use. But Members of the European Parliament are critical of the new package.

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UK, China Collaborate on Low Carbon Cities

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Four newly funded research projects aim to develop an understanding of current buildings, mobility and energy services to help urban planners lower climate-changing carbon dioxide emissions while keeping residents comfortable and moving efficiently.

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