Antonio Pasolini

Antonio Pasolini
Corporate Social Responsibility writer for Justmeans, Antonio Pasolini is a journalist based in Brazil who writes about alternative energy, green living and sustainability. He also works as a translator (Portuguese-English) and promotes veganism and animal rights in Brazil. Pasolini recently launched a book of short stories in Portuguese called Ponto de Fuga.

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4 months 3 days ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - More and more companies are setting an Internal Carbon Price as part of their carbon management strategy. There are several advantages in doing that, besides the obvious environmental gains and target hits. It helps a company define a budget to invest in energy​-​saving measures, encourage​s​ investments in activities with fast paybacks, carbon cost is factored in ​during ​purchasing and investment decisions, and companies are ready for regulatory carbon taxation, among other advantages.

One of the latest companies to set...

4 months 5 days ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) -​ Cargill has presented a ground-breaking plan to curb deforestation that could have huge impact on efforts to keep forests standing, one of the most effective ways to mitigate climate change. The company has released its first ​Cargill Report on Forests cover​ing​ on-the-ground actions within six priority supply chains and global collaborations to advance sustainable agriculture.

​In order to compile the report, ​Cargill worked with ​several ​global partners to engage more than 148,000 farmers and establish a baseline for measuring tree cover...

4 months 1 week ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - HIV cure research has received a massive boost from Gilead Sciences, which has distributed more than $22 million in grants to support 12 new research projects. The research groups are based at leading institutions and non-profits across the globe and focuses on three areas: translational research, efficacy studies in animal models and community perspectives of HIV cure.​​

The HIV cure grants program is part of Gilead’s wider commitment to cure and eradicate HIV and AIDS through its research and development and philanthropic leadership. The company has for almost 30 years focused on the development of...

4 months 1 week ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - Eating at the University of South Carolina has become healthier with gluten-free, organic options offered by Sodexo through Naturally Woodstock and Plan-It-Healthy. Naturally Woodstoc​k​ recently re​designed​ its menu to feature exclusively gluten-free items​ while ​Plan-It-Healthy​'s menu is 100 percent​ gluten-free​.​

This is great news for those students and visitors to USC who are one of the three million Americans ​who ​suffer from celiac disease, a genetic autoimmune disorder that affects the digestive process. ​Gluten tells the immune...

4 months 2 weeks ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - Subaru rides into 2017 in socially responsible gear. To celebrate its eighth record-breaking sales year in 2016, the automaker will donate one meal for every vehicle sold in 2016, that is, 615,132 meals. Subaru will make a $55,925 donation to Feeding America, an organization that works to end hunger in the U.S.​ ​Each $1 goes a long way and can provide 11 meals secured by ​the NGO on behalf of local member food banks.

The money sum will be donated to Feeding America member food banks around the country​ as well as​ communities around the...

4 months 2 weeks ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - Latin America ​is a continent with massive levels of poverty​, where m​illions of people liv​e without​ basic services such as sanitation and clean water. One of the organizations that works in th​at​ part of the world to help people in need is Techo.

But Techo itself also needs help to run its operations and​, ​in this video, it tells the story of a software donation from ​that ​enabled the NGO to manage its ​accounts​​​​​ in the...

4 months 3 weeks ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - Scientist James Lovelock, proponent of the Gaia hypothesis, always says that in order to spare the planet of the worst effects of climate change, we need more technology, not less. He is probably right. With eagerness to solve the world's most pressing problems, scientists sometimes get evangelical about the solutions they envision, until they come into the difficulties that inevitable rear their annoying faces when their systems are applied to real-life scenarios.

This has been the case with several cleantech...

5 months 3 days ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - In 2016 National Park Service celebrated 100 years of existence. To mark the date, the organization carried out several actions to encourage more public use of parks across the U.S. The main goal was to groom the next generation of park visitors, supporters and advocates.

One of the actions was the successful co​​llaboration with the National Park Foundation​,​ Find Your Park / Encuentra Tu Parque. More than one in three millennials became familiar with the Find Your Park campaign through intensive publicity in print and web media, PAs, PR and social media campaigns and live...

5 months 5 days ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - HP found in the Global Citizen Festival in India the perfect platform to launch its HP World on Wheels (WoW) initiative, ​an ambitious project to promote digital literacy, education programming, entrepreneurship training, and other community services in rural India. In total, HP will build and deploy 48​ fully ​​labs ​decked out with digital tools ​as part of its global initiative to help people in economically excluded areas to make their dreams...

5 months 1 week ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - Consumers Energy,​ a Michigan public utility,​ has reached ​in 2016 ​another milestone in energy savings for non-profit​s with ​free upgrades to 541 nonprofits and houses of worship in 41 counties across Michigan.

Called Nonprofit and House of Worship Initiative, it was launched four years ago to help food pantries, The Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, churches, senior centers and others. These ​organizations ​got free energy efficiency upgrades and incentives for projects that amounted to more than $975,000 in...