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Conservation Camp Celebrates Sustainable Forestry

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When Bonny Skene attended Conservation Camp in 10th grade, she wasn’t looking for a career in forestry. “My parents always encouraged me to try new and different things, and Conservation Camp was definitely new and different,” she says. “I didn’t know much about forestry, although I grew up in a forest in Dryden, Ontario. But I attended the camp, and I really enjoyed it. I learned a lot.”

Serving Our Tiniest Consumers: Meet Susan Ludwig

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Susan Ludwig and the team that developed diapers for preemie babies have kept these tiny consumers at the center of our diaper innovation since 2002. In heartbreak, she realized the company's unique ability to deliver hope. 

“Who else has all this access to these amazing people, in a company that listens?”

National Grid Celebrates Lineworker Appreciation Day

Company’s electricity field force maintains service for more than 10 million people, goes above and beyond to assist those in need
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July 10, 2019 /3BL Media/ – National Grid’s electricity field force is a special group of people who perform extraordinary work in some of the toughest conditions. Their unwavering level of commitment to our customers – combined with their willingness to go above and beyond – make us proud to once again celebrate National Lineworker Appreciation Day on July 10. 
 

Lockheed Martin Releases 2018 Global Diversity and Inclusion Report

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BETHESDA, Md., July 10, 2019 /3BL Media/ -- Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT], ranked among the ‘50 Best Companies for Diversity’ by Black Enterprise magazine in 2018, is releasing its 2018 Annual Report on Global Diversity and Inclusion. 

Science Experiments Inside the Curiosity Cube

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WMTV covered MilliporeSigma's Curiosity Cube at the Henry Vilas Zoo in Madison. At the Curiosity Cube, kids were provided hands-on STEM opportunities involving the periodic table, using virtual reality goggles to see the anatomy of the heart, and what on the inside of a smart phone and more. MilliporeSigma's mission for the Curiosity Cube is to share and promote to kids STEM experiences and inspire the next generation of scientists. 

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An Olympic Homecoming: In 2021, IOC Session Returns to Athens, Where Olympic Legacy Stands Tall

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The Olympic Games Athens 2004 were considered a “homecoming”: Greece was the birthplace of the ancient Olympic Games and host of the inaugural Olympic Games of the modern era in 1896. Despite challenges related to the post-Games use of some of the Olympic venues, the Games did not disappoint their hosts: they created wide-ranging benefits, which the Greek capital enjoys to this day.  

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The Olympic Games Athens 2004 were considered a “homecoming”: Greece was the birthplace of the ancient Olympic Games and host of the inaugural Olympic Games of the modern era in 1896. Despite challenges related to the post-Games use of some of the Olympic venues, the Games did not disappoint their hosts: they created wide-ranging benefits, which the Greek capital enjoys to this day.  

More and More Employees Want to Support Causes Across Borders—Here’s Why (and How!) Companies Are Getting Involved

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The demand for employee giving and volunteering programs that stretch across borders is growing. Last year, we saw a whopping 85% increase in the adoption of the Benevity OneWorld™ international solution. More than half a million new users logged into the cloud-based program that enables employees across global offices to support causes inside and outside of their home countries.

The Olympic Cauldron of the Youth Olympic Games Lausanne 2020 to Be Powered By Eco-Responsible Fuel

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The Organising Committee for the Youth Olympic Games Lausanne 2020 Has Announced That Its Olympic Cauldron, the Construction of Which Began on 17 June 2019, Will Be Powered for the First Time in the History of the Olympic Games by an Eco-responsible Fuel.

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The Organising Committee for the Youth Olympic Games Lausanne 2020 Has Announced That Its Olympic Cauldron, the Construction of Which Began on 17 June 2019, Will Be Powered for the First Time in the History of the Olympic Games by an Eco-responsible Fuel.

Act Locally: Israel’s Maala Shows How National Standards Can Move the Needle on Global CSR

Words by Tina Casey
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Image: Maala releases its 2019 CSR Index at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange on July 2. 

This article series is sponsored by Maala and produced by the TriplePundit editorial team.

Pro Bono Perspectives Episode 25: May Malik, NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs

Creating a Fairer New York
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Host Danielle Holly is joined by May Malik, Deputy Commissioner of the NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA), to talk about how the city, local nonprofits and dedicated volunteers are working to promote the wellbeing of immigrant New Yorkers.

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