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Your Weekly Monday Morning CSR Update

By Melissa J. Anderson

In Pictures: The Most Imaginative CSR Campaigns

Forbes.com presents a slideshow of some of the most imaginative CSR campaigns in recent memory, including Product Red, Loads of Hope (Tide), and the Campaign for Real Beauty (Dove).

Accounting For Accountants’ CSR

Forbes also profiles Shannon Schuyler, PricewaterhouseCoopers‘ first Corporate Responsibility leader.

Indian industries oppose mandatory CSR reporting

JustMeans discusses the response by Indian companies to government consideration of mandatory CSR reporting.

Wall Street Backs Away From Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining

According to the Organic Consumers Association, Bank of America, Citi, JPMorgan Chase, Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, and Wells Fargo have all announced a reduction in investment in companies practicing mountaintop removal mining, following a prolonged campaign by the Rainforest Action Network.

Five Ways to Convince Your CFO that Sustainability Pays

GreenBiz gives some practical advice for convincing the CFO to invest in sustainability initiatives.

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