On Aug. 21, people across the U.S. will step outside and experience one of nature’s most visual phenomenons – a total solar eclipse.
The start-up Aira came to the Connected Health AT&T Foundry to improve wireless connectivity for their groundbreaking platform.
Aira’s remote technology uses smart glasses to connect those with diminished vision to a network of certified human agents.
20 Years of Changing the Way Power is Made
In honor of our 20th birthday, we’re taking a walk down memory lane. We’re amazed by how far we’ve come in 20 years thanks to our community of planet-loving customers.
You’re invited to join our planet party: choose clean energy today.
by Emily Winer
Technology may be advancing every day, but nothing compares to the high-speed power of the human brain. We are a long way from creating a single piece of technology that can control your breath and heartbeat 24/7, keep your body humming along while you are deep in sleep, allow you to simultaneously answer email while watching Netflix, help you stay balanced during yoga class, navigate the NYC subway without ever pulling out a map, and experience the pure joy of a beautiful summer day.
On September 25th 2015, 193 countries adopted a set of goals to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. Each goal has specific targets to be achieved by 2030. For the goals to be achieved, everyone from government, the private sector, and civil society need to do their part.
by Keita Era
Keita Era, an Analyst based in Tokyo, tells us about his volunteer work with those badly affected by the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in 2011 – and the fulfilment he gets from supporting them back into meaningful jobs.
Annual Report 2017
Cargill's Tony Jaillot describes the state of the personal care market today, and why sustainable ingredients and improved product formulation are the future of the industry.
Learn more at cargill.com/page/sharing-expertise.
The 2017 annual report, Momentum, is available online at http://www.cargill.com/annual-report/
Across the globe, about 50 percent of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are tied to materials. The United Nations, for example, estimates that in 41.8 million tonnes (Mt) of electronic waste there is 16 Mt of iron, 1.9 Mt of copper and 300 tonnes of gold, plus other precious metals such as palladium, with a combined value of $52 billion. Therefore, the transition to a circular economy not only contributes to climate action, but can have significant economic benefits as well.
Las Vegas Sands’ responsibility to the planet is as important to us as our commitment to the comfort and well-being of our guests and Team Members. The Sands ECO360 Global Sustainability strategy is designed to help minimize our environmental impact, and it reflects our vision to lead the way in sustainable building development and resort operations.
Trees are great record keepers, they tell us so much about the past. They are also resilient organisms, outliving humans and animals. Some of the oldest trees in the world are thousands of years old — like bristlecone pine. They’ve lived through major environment changes, climate shifts, and numerous historical events. There are trees standing today that are older than the establishment of this country, how remarkable.
We can learn a lot from trees, but first we must understand them.
MONTREAL, August 18, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Gildan has partnered with JCPenney to provide a free pair of socks to children in need for every pair of Gold Toe® socks sold through JCPenney’s special buy one, give one promotion. In total, Gildan has committed to donate up to 100,000 pairs of socks during the back-to-school Pair Up promotion.
August 18, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- PT Freeport Indonesia’s fishery program, in partnership with local governments and community leaders, supports Kamoro businesses near its area of operations in the Mimika Regency in the Papua Province.
The program includes technical training, small business loans, and the provision of refrigeration, storage, and transportation. The program reaches 38 villages on the Mimika coast and 7 village centers for buying and selling fish catches.
by Gina-Marie Cheeseman
Machines that brew single cups of coffee are extremely popular. Single serving coffee brewing machines are the second most popular brewing system in the US after drip coffee makers. In 2017, 29 percent of American coffee drinkers used them to brew their favorite drink.
Single serve coffee makers tend to create waste that isn’t recyclable as most of the pods used are made from plastic. And plastic itself is harmful to the environment as it is a petroleum product. Enter the Nespresso machines.
Players Trust ambassador Judy Pace Flood hosts visit to the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul for a presentation on Untold Stories of Black Baseball in Minnesota prior to meeting up with Twins players
Thanks to the Players Trust’s popular Buses for Baseball program, fifty children and chaperones from Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Twin Cities enjoyed a unique day of baseball on Wednesday, August, 16. The day began when Players Trust ambassador Judy Pace Flood escorted the group to the Minnesota History Center for an exclusive tour.
By Aron Cramer, President and CEO, BSR
In the wake of yesterday’s collapse of the advisory councils assembled by Donald Trump, the question of which CEOs will stay and which will go is now moot. The core issues, however, remain, and the need for business leadership is stronger now than ever.
Fundamental to Pfizer’s approach in supporting global health is helping to ensure that individuals have the opportunity to lead healthy lives.