"I am the living image of a coffee farm worker in my country, and I am very proud to represent this image. We are not only farm workers, we are also professionals, we are experts in the area, but we are poor professionals. We are professionals that haven't had a chance to earn a stamp."- Leonardo Garcia, cherry picker, La Revancha, Nicaragua
International Literacy Day – Children International
Kansas City, MO, September 5, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Children International’s community reading tents in Uganda delight children and families and bring together local leadership, politicians and educators in anticipation of International Literacy Day on September 8.
Pipeline will displace over-sea crude oil and meet U.S. demand.
For North America, Keystone XL is a lot of things; it is a $5.3 billion investment in safe energy infrastructure, it is an opportunity to put 9,000 construction workers to work and it is a choice between secure, stable North American energy or a continued reliance on OPEC. To the contrary of what paid activist opposition says, Keystone XL is not an “export pipeline.”
“Clothes for Smiles”—that’s the title of clothing retailer Uniqlo’s new campaign to turn the hopes of children around the world into reality. The $10 million project will be funded by sales of HeatTech and Ultra-Light Down products, and is being developed in partnership with UNICEF, which will receive a $5 million dollar donation.
Three oil companies have been named as among the best investment bets in the oil and gas sector by Seeking Alpha, a newsletter for investors. Sanchez Energy Corporation, Enbridge Energy Management, and Chesapeake Granite Wash Trust were singled out for their projected earnings per share growth of over 25 percent during the next year and their low level of accrued debt.