Kohler's Resident Green Building Guru Started on a Very Different Career Path
It was 1983 when an engineer from Michigan met a Yellow-Naped parrot from Honduras. Little did Joe Azzarello know that “Otis” would be a part of the family for 33 years (and counting) and would affect not only his personal life but his career as well.
“I’ll admit I had very little environmental sensitivity before I adopted Otis,” said Joe, shaking his head.
Beginning this fall, the 2016-2017 class of the Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship will embark on global journeys to study significant social and environmental issues--from the need for community-based food systems in India to the effects of climate change on rural communities in Northern Africa--and share their findings with the world through National Geographic's media assets.
Conserving water drives efficiency and also helps companies save money. Here’s how
It’s no surprise that water is at the core of the United Nations’ new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), given its connection to health, climate change and resiliency. The SDGs seek to improve water quality and to substantially increase recycling and safe reuse globally by 2030.
Hundreds of LG ENERGY STAR® Certified Monitors Amplify Interactive Experience at AWS Hands-On Lab
LAS VEGAS, Oct. 6, 2015 /3BL Media/ –In a unique collaboration between LG Electronics and Amazon Web Services (AWS), hundreds of ENERGY STAR certified monitors from LG will amplify the interactive experience at this week’s 2015 “AWS Re:Invent” user conference. The Oct. 6-9 event is widely attended by developers, engineers, system administrators, systems architects and technical decision makers who are looking for the latest innovations geared toward helping companies create cost-efficient and streamlined IT infrastructures.
By Rodrigo Medeiros, Vice President, Conservation International Brazil, and Rodrigo Santos, President, Monsanto Brazil
By turning itself from a food importer into one of the world’s leading food exporters, Brazil has made itself into one of the great agricultural success stories of the last 40 years. But if you think that’s because Brazil has plowed up the Amazon rainforest, you need to read on.
Yesterday at the State Department, Drew O’Brien took the stage for his first speech in his new role as Special Representative for Global Partnerships. Special Rep Drew, as he is fondly called by his staff, convened an important event on behalf of the secretary, with strong support from leadership at the IBM Foundation and CDS. The topic: International Corporate Volunteerism, or ICV.