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As part of the AECOM Impact blog’s #CoolJobs series, Carolyn Caranante discusses how her work as an architectural project manager at One World Trade Center in New York City for Tishman Construction, an AECOM company, motivates her every day.

TD Bank "Rooted in NYC" Program Honors Urban Environmentalists in New York City

Press Release

May 4, 2015/ 3BL Media/ - TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank®, today announced the launch of "TD Forests: Rooted In NYC," a program that spotlights New Yorkers who are improving their urban environment and their communities.

#ASIMO2015 Recap: What Does a Humanoid Robot Do With a Day in NYC?

Revisit the non-stop adventure with Honda’s ASIMO
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Visit the big Apple with @ASIMO http://youtu.be/FShZddlsjkA  What famous sites do you see? #ASIMO2015 #robotics - @3BLMedia (tweet)

Engaging on a Purpose-Driven Business Strategy

Leading Corporations and Industry Experts to Share Insights at CECP Summit on Solving Community Challenges; May 19-20, 2015
Press Release

NEW YORK, April 7, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Corporate leaders who drive societal engagement strategies at the world’s largest companies will convene May 19-20, 2015 for the annual CECP Summit. Under this year’s theme, “Engage”, more than 250 attendees will advance their work together through an exchange of diverse perspectives and peer experiences offering powerful insights on the business case to advance companies’ role as a force for good in society.

Exploring STEM Through Dance: Pace STEAM

Time Warner Cable Engages Kids in the Science of Dance
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By Karen LaCava, Director, Community Investment

In November 2009, Time Warner Cable launched its signature STEM program, Connect a Million Minds, designed to address the declining proficiency of middle school students in the United States in science, math, and technology.  Initially partnering with STEM organizations such as FIRST, we quickly shifted focus to help young people discover the less-than-apparent connection of math and science to virtually all aspects of everyday life.

Europe’s Innovators Win at AT&T’s Connected Intersections Challenge

By: Marissa Shorenstein
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Across Europe, finding ways to promote entrepreneurship and innovation to create economic growth is a popular topic of conversation. New ideas can also create solutions to problems.

FOX Sports Sponsors Women's Sports Foundation's Annual Awards Gala

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The Women's Sports Foundation, a leading nonprofit dedicated to ensuring girls access to sports, hosted its 35th Annual Salute to Women in Sports on Wednesday, October 15th, in New York City. FOX Sports was a leading sponsor of the event, which celebrates both the best in women's sports and the young girls around the world whom these athletes inspire. Gatorade, espnW, and NBC Sports Group were also co-presenters.
 

New York City Chapter of the National Waste & Recycling Association Unveils “I Drive 25” Campaign Endorsing Mayor de Blasio’s Vision Zero

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The New York City chapter of the National Waste & Recycling Association (NW&RA) announced yesterday at the Vision Zero Fleets Safety Forum in Queens that its member trucks will be outfitted with bumper stickers that read: “I Drive 25: Support the Mayor’s Vision Zero Plan.”

Press Release

The New York City chapter of the National Waste & Recycling Association (NW&RA) announced yesterday at the Vision Zero Fleets Safety Forum in Queens that its member trucks will be outfitted with bumper stickers that read: “I Drive 25: Support the Mayor’s Vision Zero Plan.”

National Waste & Recycling Association Urges Caution in Proceeding with Proposed Transfer Station Legislation at New York City Council

Legislation will bring unintended consequences: higher costs, more traffic, lost jobs
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The National Waste & Recycling Association's New York City Chapter voices its concern with the proposed legislation at City Council that would cap the percentage of the city’s waste that can be handled in any one community district. 

Press Release

The National Waste & Recycling Association's New York City Chapter voices its concern with the proposed legislation at City Council that would cap the percentage of the city’s waste that can be handled in any one community district. 

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