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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Pacific Palisades, CA – February 22, 2012 – Protect Our Winters (POW) launched the POW Seven campaign today, to give…
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Kraft has reported on its environmental impacts as a global food company. The study focuses on the company’s response to climate change, land and water use, and sets targets for improvement in operations by the end of 2015. Goals include an increase in sustainable sourcing of commodities by 25 percent; a reduction in energy and water use by 15 percent in…Continue
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(Cross post from 3BL Media / theCSRfeed) St. Louis, MO – November 1, 2011 – Whether it’s providing a band-aid for a scraped knee or equipping their cars with safety seats, parents are the first line of defense for their children at home. Energizer and the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) are asking Moms and Dads to take a vital step to…Continue
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Climate Counts has partnered with the University of New Hampshire to expand its effort to address climate change. An independent nonprofit, Climate Counts will locate its main office at UNH to take advantage of the university’s nationally known climate…Continue
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Target has announced its corporate responsibility scorecard. The retailer has launched a “Here for Good” portal to provide more information to employees and customers about healthier life decisions. It has also recycled 4,000 tons of shrink wrap and plastic bags in the…Continue
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What does the future of sustainability look like?
This edition of IBLF's Expert Insight video series features a compelling dialogue with Barend van Bergen, Head of KPMG's…
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3BL Media's Christine Arena interviews Mark Newton, Director of Sustainable Business at Dell while attending the Ceres 2010 Conference, Roadmap for a Sustainable Future, on May 5-6, 2010 in Boston, MA.
Ceres, a leading coalition of…
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3BL Media's Christine Arena interviews Randolph Price, VP of Environment, Health, and Safety at conEdison while attending the Ceres 2010 Conference, Roadmap for a Sustainable Future, on May 5-6, 2010 in Boston,…
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Ceres, a leading coalition of investors, environmental organizations…
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Ten years ago social entrepreneur Ewa Wojkowska arrived in East Timor with her sleeves rolled up as an Australian volunteer for an NGO. Today she works behind a computer in Brooklyn. It might sound sexier, but she’s working just as hard to deliver aid to people who need it.
Last month Change Agent Ewa and her partner Toshihiro, another former UN worker and social entrepreneur, created…Continue
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Ocean Robbins’ father grew up swimming in an ice cream cone shaped pool and surrounded by the luxuries afforded by owning the world’s largest ice cream company. After seeing the effects of the corporate world on
his family, Ocean’s dad left behind the 31-flavor fortune of…
Representatives from Kellogg, Marks and Spencer, and Ericcson will be among 25 other senior executives at Ethical Corporation’s 4th Annual Climate Change Summit, to be held in London this June. The focus will
be on discussion of post-Copenhagen business challenges, including
strategies to help embed climate change management throughout a
business; global benchmarks…
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As I watch the Winter Olympics in Canada, my thoughts are on Vancouver native Terry Fox. Since 1982, I have had a photo of Terry on my desk. It is a small photo that I clipped from a magazine. He is running. It is the most inspiring photo I have ever seen.
Terry Fox was young athlete in 1976, a lot like most high school athletes around the world, ‘just a very ordinary kid’, according to this mother Bette.
His world would…Continue
When it comes to humanitarian aid, there’s a difference between spending money on a country and spending money in a country. Successful projects in post-conflict and conflict zones include a whole host of
things and local procurement helps too— just ask Scott Gilmore and
Edward Rees from Peace Dividend Trust.
Scott and Edward learned nothing about peacekeeping missions or
humanitarian operations is simple. The…
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