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CESR
The Society for Corporate Environmental and Social Responsibility (CESR) is a new, multi-disciplinary, graduate student organization at Dalhousie University. We are a non-profit, non-partisan, and non-denominational club. We have a shared interest in promoting and acting on issues related to sustainable development, social justice, peace, corporate responsibility, ethics, democracy, good governance and human rights. Our members are presently pursuing Masters degrees in Business Administration, Law, Environmental Studies, Development Economics, Public Administration, and International Development among others. We have realized that we must come together and work with each other to address problems of environmental degradation and social disparity. CESR is an active club on campus and in the community. If you are concerned about people and the planet, please join us!
Northwest Environment Watch
The mandate of Northwest Environment Watch (NEW) is to identify key environmental issues pertinent to the US. Pacific Northwest and British Columbia. They have produced a number of insightful periodicals as well as a delightful, easy reading book about this bioregion called "This Place on Earth"
What is a cooperative and why are cooperatives organized?
Cooperatives are businesses owned and controlled by the people who use them. Cooperatives differ from other businesses because they are member owned and operate for the benefit of members, rather than earn profits for investors. Like other businesses, most cooperatives are incorporated under State law.
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