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Honda’s “Never Ending Race” Documents its Four-Decade Battle Against Air Pollution

Third film in award-winning Environmental Short Film Series explores Honda’s voluntary efforts to reduce vehicle emissions over forty-year period
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  • Third film in award-winning Environmental Short Film Series explores Honda’s voluntary efforts to reduce vehicle emissions over forty-year period
  • Honda’s successful demonstration of low-emissions vehicle technology led state of California to adopt new, more stringent emissions regulations
  • New-vehicle emissions are 1/1000th of 1970 levels
  • Next environmental “race” is against global climate change 
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  • Third film in award-winning Environmental Short Film Series explores Honda’s voluntary efforts to reduce vehicle emissions over forty-year period
  • Honda’s successful demonstration of low-emissions vehicle technology led state of California to adopt new, more stringent emissions regulations
  • New-vehicle emissions are 1/1000th of 1970 levels
  • Next environmental “race” is against global climate change 

Part 2 of Honda's Award-Winning Environmental Film Series: Paint by Numbers

Honda to Release Part 3 of Award-Winning Environmental Film Series this February
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Part 1 of Honda's Award-Winning Environmental Film Series: Paint by Numbers

Honda to Release Part 3 of Series this February
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The first film in the series, Paint by Numbers, tells the story of how Honda engineer Shubho Bhattacharya was inspired to develop technology to reduce the energy needed to operate the auto body-painting system at Honda's manufacturing plant in Marysville, Ohio. Auto body painting accounts for the most energy use in Honda's production process. With the help of his fellow associates, Bhattacharya conceived Honda's Intelligent Paint Technology, which has cut Honda's North American manufacturing CO2 emissions by about 10,000 metric tons per year.

#DardenDigest: Mock Interviews that Help and Inspire

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The Southern California regional branch of College Summit hosted its second annual mock interview event, a two day experience for more than 100 high school seniors to show off what they had learned from their College Summit curriculum and to develop the skills they would one day need to enter the workforce. Sitting at a table across from these students, I felt so proud and excited for them for all that would be possible after they graduate. I hope that I helped and gave them some extra motivation to conquer anything that was ahead.

Toyota Debuts Driver Awareness Research Vehicle at Los Angeles Auto Show

Advanced Research Vehicle Developed with Microsoft and Collaborative Studies with Universities Take New Approaches to Combating Driver Distraction
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Los Angeles, Calif., November 21, 2013 /3BL Media/ – What if we could reduce driver distraction before ever putting a key in the ignition? That’s the focus of the Driver Awareness Research Vehicle (DAR-V) that Toyota unveiled at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show.
 

When Teachers Win, We All Win

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The teacher’s lounge at the Alfonso B. Perez Career and Transition Center, a school serving special needs students in East Los Angeles, looks very different today courtesy of a design plan that included updated décor, new appliances, gently-used furnishings, a fresh coat of paint and 20 hardworking volunteers from DIRECTV, Rebuilding Together and Scripps Networks Interactive.

L.A. School Receives Renovation Help from DIRECTV, HGTV, DIY Network, Rebuilding Together

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LOS ANGELES, November 19, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The teacher’s lounge at the Alfonso B. Perez Career and Transition Center, a school serving special needs students in East Los Angeles, is going to look a little different come Monday (Nov. 18), courtesy of a design plan that includes updated décor, new appliances, gently-used furnishings, a fresh coat of paint and 20 hardworking volunteers from DIRECTV.

Volunteer Day 2013: Changing the World

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We had a goal: we wanted to get 500 Scripps Networks Interactive employees to participate in our yearly Volunteer Day. But you know we like to give it our all – we had almost 800 (780 to be exact) volunteers giving their time and resources to help Change the World for dozens of organizations across the country and globe!

Rail Project Supports Business Growth, Emvironment in L.A. Area

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With the slice of a ribbon Union Pacific CEO Jack Koraleski and Union Pacific's partners signaled completion of Colton Crossing, a long awaited public-private project.

Construction on the Colton flyover began in 2011, elevating Union Pacific's east/west tracks over existing north/south BNSF tracks to dramatically improve fluidity at the 131-year-old rail intersection.

RSF Social Finance Makes a New Loan to LA STAGE Alliance

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SAN FRANCISCOOctober 2, 2013 /3BL Media/ - RSF Social Finance (RSF) is pleased to announce a new loan to LA STAGE Alliance (LA STAGE), a non-profit that empowers and supports the performing arts community in Greater Los Angeles. RSF financing will support operations by bridging the gaps between cash flow needs and grant income. Today, LA STAGE Alliance serves over 1,000 organizations and 30,000 performing arts patrons annually.

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