Whole Planet Foundation is a Whole Foods Market non-profit dedicated to alleviating poverty through microcredit around the globe in countries that supply stores with products. Currently, that's 25 communities in 19 cities in the Unitest States and 76 other countries. Microcredit is small loans - the current average first loan size is $174 - with no formal contract or collateral, provided to low-income entrepreneurs to create or expand a small business, mostly home-based, for the opportunity to generate income and lift themselves and their families out of poverty.
We’re proud to be shortlisted for Best Green Catalyst for our Eclipse Platform in the RE100 Leadership Awards! Many of our suppliers are already using renewable energy, and we’re sharing our learnings to support others to do the same.
$700 million debt offering marks the fourth D&I transaction by a Duke Energy franchise
CHARLOTTE, N.C., August 20, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Duke Energy Progress, a subsidiary of Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK), has successfully closed a $700 million debt offering with the help of seven diverse and minority-owned financial firms.
It is vitally important for businesses to carefully consider the various ways COVID-19 will impact their real estate operating expenses in the foreseeable future. CBRE has compiled the following information to help pinpoint these considerations.
Landlord vendor agreements with janitorial firms contain sections for vacancy credits:
Clarion Partners Believes Property Competitiveness and Sustainability Go Hand-In-Hand
NEW YORK, August 13, 2020 /3BL Media/– Clarion Partners LLC, an independent investment manager of Franklin Templeton, has issued its annual report on the firm’s substantial environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives. In addition to being a leading commercial real estate investor on behalf of its clients, Clarion strives to own and operate buildings that provide tenants with healthy and efficient spaces while actively embracing, promoting and supporting impactful initiatives that advance the firm’s key values of diversity, respect, inclusion and sustainability.
By David Yee, Associate, CEO Engagement, CEO Investor Forum
In an interview on the Leadership Next podcast with Alan Murray of Fortune, Danone CEO Emmanuel Faber reaffirmed the company’s ambitious goal of becoming one of the first multinational companies to certify as a benefit corporation (B Corp) by 2025. Danone already has 17 B Corp-certified entities – Danone North America currently being one of the largest B Corps – that represent over 30% of the company’s global sales.
New goals will drive further ambitious progress on water, carbon, food safety and public health
ST. PAUL, Minn., July 15, 2020 /3BL Media/ – By 2030, there will be an additional billion people in the world, placing greater demand on natural resources. To help companies sustainably address growing demand, Ecolab Inc. has launched its ambitious 2030 Impact Goals to significantly increase the company’s positive impact within its own operations and through its work with customers.