Landscape conservation: The opportunity for companies and supply chains

March 13, 2017 by  
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Sponsored: Aligning the interests of companies and communities to protect, restore and conserve land should be part of every company’s commodity supply-chain strategy.

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What rural Alaska can teach the world about renewable energy

March 13, 2017 by  
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With plenty of trickling streams and blowing wind, many remote Alaskan communities are doing away with fossil fuels altogether.

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With EPA & Labor Unions Under Fire, So is US Democracy

March 11, 2011 by  
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Image: Red Dog Report There’s more to the recent political assault on the EPA than meets the eye — it goes beyond the ‘big government’ rhetoric, and beyond political opportunism (though there’s plenty of that indeed).

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The Catch-22 of CSR & Economic Recovery

August 26, 2010 by  
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This is a guest opinion post by John Friedman. True economic recovery in the United States is caught in a Catch-22. The economy is stuck in ‘neutral’ while employers hold off on job creation until consumers start spending again, while consumers (particularly those who are out of work or fear for their jobs) are not comfortable enough to start spending until unemployment goes down

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Saving the Planet One Postage Stamp at a Time

August 25, 2010 by  
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In the age of the paperless office, it is not shocking the United States Postal Service recently announced a $3.5 billion loss over the last fiscal quarter. This is a substantial loss which will cause significant ramifications in the world of sending and receiving mail

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Getting More Productivity Through Better Work Initiatives

August 24, 2010 by  
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The recession has hit many businesses hard. Jobs have been cut and hours have been scaled back. Today, there are signs the economy might be coming out of critical condition

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Time Running Out for ICIC Inner City Small Biz Funding Applications

August 23, 2010 by  
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Do you have an inner-city business needing to raise $10K to $20MM?  Designed to drive the growth of inner city companies, Inner City Capital Connections (ICCC) is a free national program run by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City that is accepting application until August 30th. The ICCC program gives entrepreneurs one-on-one feedback from seasoned investors and consultants who are interested in assisting with business growth strategy.

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New Study Suggests Humans Could Run As Fast As 40 MPH

January 26, 2010 by  
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Rarely do we take the time to stop and consider just how complex and amazing our bodies are. It is understandable after all, as the busy world around us can be quite distracting. But the record breaking times set by Usain Bolt this past summer have piqued the interests of scientists in the perceived limits of the human body.

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