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Money Talks: The Bottom Line of Our Shorelines


“More than one-third of our travel is to the Caribbean and Latin America, much of it leisure travel, driven by demand to see the unique beauty of these areas, which is why protecting the nature of the areas in turn protects tourism and our business.”

—Sophia Mendelsohn, Head of Sustainability, JetBlue

No one gains from polluted oceans and shorelines. Yet the problem persists, so how do we inspire change? Like it or not, money talks. That’s why JetBlue has converted the value of environmental health into dollars.

Millions of Recycled Bottles and Cans, and Counting


“Recycling can really be encapsulated in one word — Respect! Respect for ourselves, our environment, and our future. Year after year, the need to recycle is at the forefront of crewmembers’ minds, and thanks to support at various levels, we have been able to navigate the complexities of recycling at one of the busiest airports in the country.”

—Jahvon Tuitt, Ground Operations Crewmember (JFK), JetBlue

Higher Quality Disclosures Directly Linked to GRI Reporting Framework


Companies that follow GRI’s sustainability reporting framework provide higher quality disclosures than those that don’t, according to a recent study by US-based consulting firm, the Governance and Accountability Institute Inc. High quality data leads to better decision making by the company, investors and other stakeholders, which can help drive both the bottom line and sustainable development. 

One ‘Can’ Make a Difference – KFC South Africa Celebrates Nelson Mandela Day


Since 2009, July 18 has been recognized around the globe as Nelson Mandela Day.  The official United Nations holiday, also Mandela’s birthday, honors the humanitarian’s lifetime achievements and service not only in South Africa, but throughout the world. It is a day to reflect on what we have done and what we can continue to do to make the world a better place.

Free eBook | Your Guide to Increasing Global Employee Engagement

6 tips gleaned from Fortune 1000 companies to create a thriving worldwide giving and volunteering program
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It’s not easy to unite a globally diverse (and disperse) workforce. If it were, we wouldn’t be in an engagement crisis with 68% of employees in the US, and 87% outside the US, saying they’re disengaged.  

MTV Staying Alive Foundation’s Award-Winning International Drama Series “MTV Shuga” to Expand to Nigeria, India and Egypt with Localized Formats by 2020

“MTV Shuga” returns to Nigeria for its 6th and 7th seasons with focus on family planning and contraception
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LONDON, July 19, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Today at the Family Planning 2020 summit in London, Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) announced it plans to expand MTV Shuga, the award-winning drama series from MTV International and MTV Staying Alive Foundation, with two new localized versions in India and Egypt by 2020.  The new campaign in India will mark the first time the series has been created for a region outside of Sub-Saharan Africa.  Additionally, the show will return to Nigeria for two additional seasons

Multiplying the Impact of Tech Entrepreneurs


Technology innovation is the fuel that moves our business forward. We also believe it has unsurpassed power to solve complex social issues and improve communities.

“Local tech innovators know — usually better than we do — what’s needed in their communities and what solutions are going to work,” says Jessica Clancy, Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility at NBCUniversal. “We recognize that we can make the greatest difference in these communities by helping tech entrepreneurs reach a larger audience and attract more support through our platforms.”

Community Healthcare District Benefits from Streamlined Grant Management Process

Grant software delivers significant time savings and efficiencies for Sequoia Healthcare District

Just over a year ago, we shared a case study about Sequoia Healthcare District and as promised, it’s time for an update.  First, a quick refresher on Sequoia:

Investors Ask Companies for More Action on Climate Change - The Minute

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Companies are increasingly being asked by investors to reduce their carbon footprint and to meet carbon emissions reduction targets agreed to in the 2015 Paris Agreement.

Now, a group organized by the G20 countries, the Financial Stability Board’s Task Force on Climate Related Financial Disclosures, has proposed a voluntary framework for companies to disclose financial risk related to climate change.

Zero Waste-to-Landfill: It’s Not Just for Manufacturing Anymore

Spend 2 minutes with Nestlé’s Chief Supply Chain Officer on the latest news on one-man’s-trash

By Kevin Petrie

When we talk about waste going to landfill it’s usually about one of two sources: manufacturing or the dinner table. But what about all the connector points that a product hits before it gets to you? Here at Nestlé we are taking a whole supply chain approach, and I’m happy to share that now your Stouffer’s Lasagna (or your DiGiorno pizza, or your Edy’s ice cream…) are coming to you from distribution centers that are landfill-free.


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