By Kate McClaskey

What’s new in CSR? Here’s what we have been reading this weekend.

The Importance of Social Media and CSR

With the influx of social media, JustMeans looks at just how companies can utilize these and other media tools for their corporate responsibility initiatives instead of delegating them as simply marketing tools.

How to teach CSR

Aman Singh of asks whether the future of CSR depends on the standard business approach or a new breed of specialty training.

New Study has Promising Results

Matthew Wheeland of examines the recent report from Deloitte that found that there is no single way for companies to approach sustainability. Based on surveys of 48 sustainability executives at companies across five sectors, the report also found that businesses are taking sustainability to heart more than ever before.

MillerCoors is Brewing a Plan for Sustainability

Triple Pundit takes a look at how the second largest brewer in the United States is taking a new approach to sustainable brewing.

Ignoring CSR Isn’t an Option

The Financial Post reports on a new study from the Stanford Graduate School of Business which looks at how political forces and social forces can affect companies financially, once again looking at the link between CSR practices and profit.