Designing Better Disaster Relief


The following post is part of a series of stories written by Booz Allen Hamilton’s Summer Games interns. The opinions and views expressed in this article are the author's own and do not reflect the views of Booz Allen.

Written by Abby Lemert

The firm doesn’t choose the adventure for us, they choose us for the adventure.

Smart Water Programs Seek to Uncover Valuable Data for Improved Operations


Water and wastewater systems use hundreds and sometimes thousands of data-producing instruments, but much of that information remains isolated. There is little two-way communication, so the vast amount of data stays buried, just as the water infrastructure itself is mostly buried and out of sight. Smart water programs are seeking to change all that. 

VIDEO: Smart Water Programs Seek to Uncover Data for Improved Operations         

PepsiCo and the Inter-American Development Bank: A Partnership with Purpose

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PepsiCo, thePepsiCo Foundation, and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) are proud to announce the renewal of their five-year, private-public partnership (PPP) aimed to spur social and economic growth in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). 

The Smart City Solution

By John Schulz, AVP of Sustainability Operations

Today, 80 percent of us live in cities, an explosive growth in urbanization that shows no sign of slowing down. But what are the consequences of this rapid change — for us and for our planet? As our populations condense around cities, we face tremendous challenges and exciting opportunities to make city life better and more sustainable. The key? Make our cities "smart."

Strong Water Risk Management Urged by Nestlé Waters Sustainability Chief

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June 23, 2016 /3BL Media/ - There is a pressing need for companies to address water risks in their supply chain, according to well-known sustainability innovator Nelson Switzer, chief sustainability officer for Nestlé Waters North America, speaking at a national environmental conference today.

Eastman Partners with Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries

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KINGSPORT, TENN., June 23, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Yesterday, Eastman and Clemson University announced an exciting new partnership with Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries (CEDC), a nonprofit service learning organization that develops solutions to improve the quality of life for the people of Cange, Haiti. Through donation of time, talents and resources, Eastman and CEDC will work together to advance the field of engineering and develop innovative solutions.

Ecolab Releases 2015 Corporate Sustainability Report

Highlights commitment to solutions that enable companies to do more with less
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ST. PAUL, Minn., June 20, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Ecolab Inc., the global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services, today released its 2015 Corporate Sustainability Report. This detailed report profiles the company's commitment to sustainability, including the significant sustainability accomplishments achieved for customers through Ecolab’s science and service expertise.

Our Approach: Boeing's Environment Strategy & Goals

An inside look at Boeing's mission to be the most environmentally progressive aerospace company
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As Boeing celebrates its first century, we are looking forward to the innovations of the next 100 years.

We are working to be the most environmentally progressive aerospace company and an enduring global industrial champion. We can get there, despite the very real challenges we face.

Increases in carbon dioxide concentration are expected to lead to rising global temperatures and climate changes.

Invested in: Rorus


As the recipient of BNY Mellon’s Social Finance Global Innovation Award, Rorus is moving forward with its mission to enable affordable, safe drinking water throughout the world.

3 Hacks by Sodexo to Make Drinking Water a Part of your Day

By: Quality of Lifehacks

People make a lot of promises about quick fixes to improve productivity in your workplace. While most of those are more hype than help, there’s a remarkably simple trick that might actually work: Drink more water.


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