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Announcing the Winners of the Living Progress Challenge

by Chris Wellise, Director of Strategic Initiatives for HPE Living Progress
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It was a day full of inspiration, creativity and emotion.

On August 3, I was honored to watch as the 10 finalists of the Living Progress Challenge gathered on stage at the New Lab venue in New York, and pitched their prototypes for digital solutions to accelerate social good.

WWF: Tiger Farming in Asia Must End; US has Role to Play

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July 29, 2016 /3BL Media/ -- World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is using Global Tiger Day today to call on governments across Asia to investigate all tiger breeding centers and close any operations involved in the illegal tiger trade. WWF is also calling on the US to do more to address its own large captive tiger population.

Power Your Company with 100% Renewable Energy

By 2030 it will be cheaper to choose wind and solar than coal and gas in most parts of the world, making the decision to go entirely renewable more feasible. Here’s how your company can prepare.
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As it becomes ever more urgent to preserve the environment, a growing number of businesses are prioritizing sustainability. More than 50 companies around the world have pledged to work toward using 100% renewable energy to power their operations. Big technology corporations and traditional consumer brands alike are on their way to a low carbon footprint by turning to renewables to keep the lights on.

WWF & Leonardo DiCaprio: For the First Time in 100 Years, Tiger Numbers are Growing

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BACKGROUND
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Global Tiger Forum (GTF) announced today that the number of wild tigers has increased for the first time after more than 100 years of constant decline.

Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation (LDF) and WWF committed in 2010, along with partners around the globe and all 13 countries with wild tigers, to doubling the number of tigers in the wild by 2022.

World Heritage Supports Millions, but Threatened Worldwide

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GLAND, Switzerland, April 5, 2016 /3BL Media/ -- Nearly half of all natural World Heritage sites are threatened by harmful industrial activities, according to a new WWF report. These sites provide vital services to people and the environment, but are at risk worldwide from activities including oil and gas exploration, mining and illegal logging.

This Earth Hour, Momentum Is On Our Side

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WASHINGTON, D.C., March 7, 2016 /3BL Media/ – As the countdown to World Wildlife Fund’s Earth Hour begins, individuals, businesses, cities and landmarks from around the globe prepare to switch off their lights for one hour to draw attention to the urgent need to address climate change.

Major landmarks across the US, including The Empire State Building, the Space Needle and the Santa Monica Pier will also join together in this iconic and powerful movement.

Why Sustainability Is a Business Imperative

By Ron Cotterman, Vice President of Sustainability for Sealed Air
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The climate challenges we’re facing require new ways of thinking, new ways of acting, and new ways of creating value. We’re all part of the solution but business must play a key role in defining and delivering this future state, as business has the resources, the ambition and the expertise to drive actions and outcomes that balance the economic and environmental needs of society. Specifically, business must deliver sustainable results that decouple economic growth from environmental impacts. But how?

Sealed Air Announces Partnership with World Wildlife Fund Climate Savers Program

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CHARLOTTE, N.C., February 24, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Sealed Air Corporation (NYSE: SEE) today announced its partnership with  World Wildlife Fund’s Climate Savers program in an effort to collaborate and advance work to mitigate the effects of climate change globally.  The Company made the announcement today with the Climate Savers team at the GreenBiz event in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Turning (Less) Water into Wine

By Lindsay Bass
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In 2014, a small winery in the central coast of California experienced a dramatic reduction in the flow of its groundwater wells, severely limiting the amount of water available for production, and threatening the viability of the entire operation.

United for Wildlife, Google.org and ARM Unite to Launch Conservation Technology Network

WILDLABS.NET unveiled at WWF’s Fuller Symposium in Washington, DC
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Washington, DC, November 18, 2015 /3BL Media/ – United for Wildlife, with support from Google.org and ARM, today launched a conservation technology network to close the information-sharing gap in the fight against illegal wildlife trade and other pressing issues facing our planet. The online network will foster a global community of users to share best practices and to identify technology-based solutions to evolving conservation challenges.

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