A través de la Iniciativa La Red de Innovación e Impacto programa, WEC y nuestros socios apoyamos a las pequeñas y medianas empresas que están acelerando el desarrollo empresarial y promoviendo el crecimiento económico sostenible en América Latina. Conoce a una de las organizaciones miembro de La Red con este foco:
ACPACI, organización miembro de La Red de Innovación e Impacto, es una asociación cooperativa de la “Región de los Izalcos” en el occidente de El Salvador.
Through the La Red de Innovación e Impacto program, WEC and our partners support small and mid-size enterprises (SMEs) that are accelerating business development and promoting sustainable economic growth in Latin America. Meet one of our La Red members:
ACPACI, a member organization of La Red de Innovación e Impacto, is a cooperative association of the “Izalcos Region” in western El Salvador.
Biogen, Americares, and the Center for Climate, Health and the Global Environment at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health have teamed up to help community health clinics in the United States mitigate climate risks.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Americans consumed more corrugated cardboard boxes than ever last year as a result of a surge in online shopping due to the pandemic. The year-over-year rise was 3.4%, equivalent to about 477 square miles of additional corrugated board or three times the size of the U.S. Virgin Islands!
International Paper to share water stewardship journey on World Resources Institute webinar
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International Paper invites you to join us for a special World Resources Institute webinar. International Paper Manager, Natural Capital Stewardship, Matt Inbusch, will be joining professionals from other companies to discuss actions companies can take from measuring water challenges to spurring collective actions in their basins of operations.
All nations evolve their infrastructure along with their peoples’ knowledge and technologies. From our distant past as small bands of nomadic hunter-gatherers, we learned the use of fire to smelt iron and tin --- progressing from the Iron Age to the Bronze Age. We learned to domesticate animals, agriculture to grow our food, settling in villages, our earliest form of infrastructure, so as to more efficiently assure our collective survival.
One of the most serious and complex challenges that humanity faces is reversing the advance of climate change. It’s already affecting people and ecosystems around the globe, and disproportionately impacts the poor and vulnerable. Therefore, the work we do to protect the planet is directly linked to our efforts to protect the human rights, health, and well-being of people, including workers in our supply chain.
May 14, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Winning vote totals on shareholder proposals at Phillips66 and ConocoPhillips this week sent a clear signal to the oil and gas industry that investors want to see ambitious climate action — and small commitments are no longer enough.