Before They Are Gone: A Conversation on Wildlife Conservation with the Kenya Wildlife Service
April 14, 2014 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Location: McNalley Amphitheatre, Fordham Law School, 140 W. 62nd St. New York, NY 10023
Contact: Elizabeth Gyori | egyori@law.fordham.edu
More Info: HERE


Volume 25, Issue 1

A NEW MODEL OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY
     By John D. Feerick
Globalization has brought a large expansion of trade in goods and services across borders, resulting in increased economic connectivity across the worldwide market. Countries that have successfully embraced globalization have seen unprecedented economic growth and poverty reduction. However, we have seen negative side effects, such as environmental degradation and conflicts…
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CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY AND CLIMATE JUSTICE: A PROPOSAL FOR A POLLUTER-FINANCED RELOCATION FUND FOR FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED TRIBES IMPERILED BY CLIMATE CHANGE
     By Randall S. Abate
Climate change threatens to displace as many as 200 million people internally and across national borders by the middle of the twenty-first century. Unpredictable climate, increased frequency of natural disasters, and rising sea levels are forcing people throughout the world in vulnerable regions to leave their homes in search of safer…
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TRENDS IN THE SOCIAL [IR]RESPONSIBILITY OF AMERICAN MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS: INCREASED POWER, DIMINISHED ACCOUNTABILITY?
     By Cynthia A. Williams and John M. Conley
As we initially considered the invitation to participate in this symposium, we focused on the word “normative” in the title, and its root, “norms.” We thought about the question of where the norms of corporate social responsibility (CSR) come from. One source of CSR norms is the law. That is…
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CORPORATE ENERGY RESPONSIBILITY: INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC PERSPECTIVES ON SUPPLY AND DEMAND IN THE NEW MILLENIUM
     By Steven Ferrey
Energy and corporate responsibility. Energy is the core technology undergirding all developed country economies. Corporations are key players converting the world’s natural resources to energy and power. This symposium addresses the relationship between corporate social responsibility and initiatives that impact the future of sustainability at national and international levels…
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RESPONSIBLE SHALE GAS PRODUCTION: MORAL OUTRAGE VS. COOL ANALYSIS
     By David B. Spence
American energy policy has been transformed in recent years by the increased production of natural gas from formerly inaccessible shale formations using hydraulic fracturing (also known as fracking). The United States has become the world leader in natural gas production after only recently facing the prospect of having to rely…
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ADVANCES AMONG DEBATES: RESEARCH ON AND PRACTICE OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY FROM THE LEGAL PERSPECTIVE IN CHINA
     By Min Zhang and Xiaoyu Liang
Research on corporate social responsibility (CSR) in China began in the late 1990s, with the first appearance of “social responsibility” as a term in Chinese law in Article 5 of the 2005 Company Law, which was effectuated on January 1, 2006. Within a few years, CSR attracted wide attention among scholars and a large amount…
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