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Why we should not hope for a cashless society

Would a 100% cashless society constitute a leap forward in human evolution? Probably not, despite what influencers try to suggest nowadays. Yes, cash...

3BL Media’s eBook Talks About The Roles of Corporates Amid The ‘Politically Divisive Time’

Neither giving always ready opinions nor remaining neutral in political and social issues seem to be the corporate way. Dailycsr.com – 16 August 2018...

Banknotes, Big Brother’s last blind spot: interviewing Thomas Savare, Oberthur Fiduciaire CEO

Various trends in Europe, America and the India have made the likelihood of a cashless society greater. Banks find virtual money more profitable and governments dislike cash for its capacity to evade their radar: hard currency has many enemies. But, as Thomas Savare, CEO of Oberthur Fiduciaire points out, “cash is the last bulwark against the invasion of privacy”.

The U.K. & China Invest Jointly In Next Gen Technology Development For Offshore Renewable Energy

Bringing the leading expertise of China and the U.K. together, the programme of “offshore renewable energy” gets government backing from both the...

In a cashless economy, democracy loses ground

The world is approaching the moment when humanity will finally and irrevocably enter the era of a cashless society. Most of Europe has already set...

Abolishing Slavery & Child Labour From Modern Corporate Sector With Technology & Policies

Various countries, investors and policymakers take interest in addressing various forms of ‘modern slavery’. Dailycsr.com – 17 February 2018 – By...

Indian Farmers Will Have A Guide To Help Them Into Selecting Agroforestry Species

India being the only country in the world with a national agriforestry policy has optimised its collaboration with World Agroforestry Centre to help...

Turning ‘Stupid Cities’ Into Smart Cities

Innovation, technology and data can be used to address “urban policy problems”, while the world is becoming open to living in smart cities....

Cashless economy in Europe: whom does it benefit?

What was deemed a crazy idea just a decade ago has now drifted its way into mainstream politics. More and more ink is being given to the idea of making our economies cashless. In the eyes of promoters, it would make our societies more modern, safer, and fairer to ordinary people. But when theories are being promoted, the arguments they contain are often carefully selected, in order not to reveal who is really pushing for it. So, in the end, who really wants cash to disappear?

The European Union To Put A Ban On Vegetable-Based Bio-Fuel

The measures of the ban still awaits the approval of the European Commission. Dailycsr.com – 29 May 2017 – Brian Collett has reported that the...

Myanmar Engages New Committee To Assess Its Minimum Wage Policies

At Myanmar, workers maintain their demand for raising the minimum wage level, while the government probes into the matter. Dailycsr.com – 30 April...

Goozner’s Prescription To Cure The ‘Sick Healthcare System’ Of The U.S.

The present ailment stems from an unregulated model of “fee-for-service”. Dailycsr.com – 25 April 2017 – One could find some food for thoughts to...

Singapore Adopts Carbon Taxation

Singapore takes “a step in the right direction” to battle climate change. Dailycsr.com – 25 April 2017 – Amid the south-east Asian nations, Singapore...

In Discussion On The ‘Resolve Of Cities Around The World’ For Battling Climate Change

The Mayor of Paris and Mr. Bloomberg meet President Hollande to gaze the progress made by various cities under the COP21 agreement. Dailycsr.com – 20...
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