National Grid booted from DJ Sustainability Index, SRB Marketing Rebrands, and more CSR news

by Aman Singh Das | September 10, 2009

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Dow Jones STOXX Sustainability Indexes: Coca Cola and Johnson & Johnson welcomed to the index while National Grid and Mitsubishi get the boot.

The China Greentech Report Released today: Formulated by a group of western companies, this report touts almost $1 billion in clean technology projects that can potentially open in China. These would include clean energy, construction, transport, water and many other businesses, report The Wall Street Journal. If approved and given the go ahead, this will lead to thousands of jobs, many linear business opportunities and hopefully, cleaner air in the heavily populated country.

Shareholders and Stakeholders? Here's a classic example. SRB Marketing, a communications firm has decided to rebrand itself as SDialogue later this month responding to the growing realization that increasingly there are many more stakeholders than the traditional investors and employees. Here is what the firm has to say, "Though strategy and communications, the firm will help clients reduce costs and increase productivity, among other things, while enhancing client credibility and authenticity."

First Northeast Green Building & Design Show: GoGreen Expo will host its first northeast show exhibiting "the latest goods, services and technology available in sustainable architecture, construction and design." It will be held in good 'ol New Jersey at the Raritan Center in October. Regardless of what industry you are in, if you want to be a part of making the environment more sustainable, this show promises to be an excellent showcase of energy-efficiency solutions for your business and home. Click here to see more details about the event.

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