Is ‘Low-Profit LLC’ the Next Big Label for Responsible Businesses?

February 17, 2012 by  
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As Benefit Corporations pick up steam in the business community, more firms are focusing their attention beyond the single bottom line, and L3C structure just emerging in the US could help advance even more businesses toward sustainability.

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Europe-US Partnership Creates Huge New Market for Organic Foods

February 17, 2012 by  
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A deal brokered this week between the world's two largest markets for organic foods provides mutual recognition to each region's organic certification, lowering barriers to expanding a $50 billion market for organic food sales.

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Are Sustainability Reports Really Worth the Effort?

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Revealing your environmental impacts — and your plans to address them — has become table stakes for corporate sustainability. But it's still a big project, and can be a tough sell within the enterprise.

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Ben & Jerry’s, Unilever to Roll Out Greener Freezers in U.S.

February 17, 2012 by  
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The new cold cases for Ben & Jerry's ice cream, Klondike bars, Popsicles and other frozen treats from Unilever are designed to be more energy efficient and climate-friendly.

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