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FLIR Technology: ‘New’ Technology Shines a Camera on Greenhouse Gas Emissions

By Jan Lee
Blog

Seeing is often believing when it comes to addressing the impacts of climate change. As the effects of global warming become more noticeable, scientists tell us, public opinion has been shifting toward the importance of addressing climate change. While graphs and statistics make for good discussions, it’s often the “eyeball impact” that drives home the point that the earth’s atmosphere is being altered by the amount of carbon emissions we release.

When Disaster Strikes: Companies Plan for Employee Catastrophic Assistance

By Jan Lee
Blog

If there is any positive takeaway from last year’s unexpected climate events, it’s that emergency response networks can and are learning how to adapt to meet the challenges of natural disasters.

Women’s History Month – Looking Back to Chart a Path Forward

By Joanna Geraghty
Blog

This series is sponsored by JetBlue and went through the normal TriplePundit editorial review process

March means saying goodbye to winter, turning our clocks ahead, watching the best of college basketball and celebrating Women’s History Month. In 1987, Congress declared March as National Women’s History Month to challenge us to reflect upon and recognize the achievements – great and small – of American women.

Proyecto Mirador: Transforming Poor Communities Through Innovative Funding

By Jan Lee
Blog

In the highlands of Honduras, where tourism and coffee production drive the country’s economic engine, a social revolution is taking place.

Deconstructing Your Carbon Footprint: Save Your Sanity, Be the Change (Even If It’s Just a Little Bit)

By Thomas Schueneman
Blog

I saw that look. You read the title of this article and rolled your eyes. Maybe you didn’t mean to, it’s just a physical manifestation of cognitive overload. We’re all tired of feeling mostly powerless in the face of global forces, both human and environmental.

Michigan 2-1-1: State-of-the-Art Planning Keeps Residents Warm

By Jan Lee
Blog

This article series is sponsored by Consumers Energy and went through our normal editorial review process. 

Last month, when sub-zero temperatures swept through Midwestern and Northeastern states, one centralized agency in Michigan was already marshalling resources to help those in need. Michigan 2-1-1, a state-supported consortium of nonprofits, businesses, governments and private citizens were on staff to help Michigan residents cope with record-setting temperature lows.

Social Impact in a Network World

By Nasi Jazayeri & Brian Komar, Salesforce.org
Blog

Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google all have three things in common – they are simple to use, effective and fun. They have revolutionized the way that we interact with each other, shop, watch TV and gather information.

Five Social Impact Trends That Inspire Us

By Ebony Frelix, SVP, Philanthropy & Engagement, Salesforce.org, and Nasi Jazayeri, EVP/GM, Salesforce.org Philanthropy Cloud
Blog

For purpose-driven companies, these are interesting times. We have always believed that our mission at Salesforce is to improve the state of the world. In fact, studies show that purpose is a number one driver behind business success. Brand perception, consumer loyalty, employee retention and stakeholder optimism are all tied to how a company acts on its purpose.

March for Science: Why Carbon Offsets are Good Science

By Jan Lee
Blog

Science has been around since the beginning of human civilization. It was the engine behind Aristotle’s ambitious effort to fly and even earlier than that, it helped the Babylonians fashion an understanding of time and their universe.

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