Over 4,200 Amazon Workers Push for Climate Change Action, Including Cutting Some Ties to Big Oil By Karen Weise

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An Amazon fulfillment center in San Marcos, Tex. Amazon is more vulnerable than its tech peers to criticism about a company’s carbon footprint. It ships millions of items large and small.CreditCreditTamir Kalifa for The New York Times …

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The Sponsorship Marketing Model: Advertising with Purpose By Ridgeline Venture Law

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Ridgeline Venture Law (RVL) is a Chattanooga, Tennessee-based business, intellectual property and technology law firm. As a Certified B Corporation and Tennessee’s only Best For The World honoree, we believe that the challenging work of building today’s companies for …

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5 B Corps Saving Our Oceans by B The Change

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Through fishing, travel, plastic waste and more, humans are having an outsize impact on the health of our oceans’ ecosystems. These Certified B Corporations are using their businesses to make a positive difference.

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9 Sustainable Clothing Brands That Are On The More Affordable Side by Julia Brucculieri

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It’s hard to argue against the moral appeal of sustainable and ethical fashion. Who doesn’t want to protect our planet for generations to come? But unfortunately, sustainable fashion often comes with a big price tag, forcing us to weigh …

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Viewpoint: Boston must divest from prisons, reinvest in its values by Matthew Patsky | Geeta Aiyer

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Despite struggling with deep-seated racial tensions locally, in 1984 Boston passed legislation prohibiting the city’s investment in companies doing business with South Africa’s apartheid state. More than three decades later, social-justice advocates are once again hoping to use divestment to address racial injustice, …

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