Free Online Toolkit Launched To Expand Solar Access to Low and Moderate-Income (LMI) Families

Demo and Webinar to Showcase a Searchable Map and Dataset of More Than 450 LMI-Serving Community Solar Projects Across the United States, Other Key Features
Press Release

WASHINGTON, November 14, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Groundswell will launch and host a demonstration of the LIFT Solar Toolkit – a groundbreaking new online resource for expanding solar access to LMI households — on Thursday, November 17, 2022. The purpose of the LIFT Solar Toolkit is to expand solar access for low and moderate-income (LMI) households by making data science-driven solar program designs, project finance tools, and other resources available to utilities, municipalities, clean energy investors, and solar developers.

“Sportification Brings Sport Into the Heart of Our Communities” - IOC President Addresses Smart Cities & Sport Summit

Press Release

October 31, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Sportification of cities – or how cities around the world can become playgrounds to bring people closer to sport, was the theme of this year’s edition of the Smart Cities and Sport Summit held in Lausanne, the Olympic Capital.

Quileute Tribe Uses the Forest for Ancient Traditions


Forestry companies and Native American tribes are deeply intertwined in Washington state, where they must work together to share and sustain the resources the land provides. The humble Quileute Tribe of La Push shares how the forest is the lifeblood of their rich history.

Walking through the forest several years ago, Rayonier forester Blake McMichael stopped when he heard a strange sound under his cork boot.

Two Socials in ESG: They Don't Jive


As previously seen on Skytop Strategies and published with permission.

Hidden in the Letter “S”
The abbreviation “ESG Data” is widely used these days. It refers to information on the Environment, Social, and Governance performance of companies. However, most people don’t know that there are really two Social scores hidden in the letter “S.”

Connecting Through Volunteer Service

By committing to service and community, we’re helping to build an even stronger foundation for Dow and our stakeholders in the next 125 years.

“The area where we are the greatest is the area in which we inspire, encourage and connect with another human being.” These wise words from the poet, activist and scholar Maya Angelou capture the essence of why volunteering and service are so important.

As a Company, we truly believe that connection doesn’t just improve people’s lives – it supports community, unity and collaboration, and in turn enables us together to address our society’s most pressing challenges.

First-ever global serve-a-thon

Aramark Celebrates Young Leaders at Annual 40 Under 40 Awards

40 Aramark Employees and Two “Accelerate to Leadership” Program Participants to be Honored During Aramark’s 40 Under 40 Awards Virtual Symposium
Press Release

PHILADELPHIA, May 4, 2022 /3BL Media/ - This week, in acknowledgement of the commitments and contributions of young professionals in its workplace, Aramark (NYSE:ARMK), a global leader in food, facilities management, and uniforms, will recognize 40 of the company’s brightest young leaders with the second annual Aramark 40 Under 40 Awards.

Shifting Power Through Authentic Corporate Community Engagement


Shifting power is critical to reshaping the traditional corporate-community relationship dynamic. In part 2 of our blog series on community engagement, we share 5 lessons based on our work with companies rethinking community engagement to advance equity.

Engineering Impact: Philanthropy

Excerpts from the 2021 Medtronic Integrated Performance Report

Medtronic and the Medtronic Foundation partner to improve lives and address inequities. Our philanthropic activities build trust and social capital with local, national, and international organizations, and we leverage the power of our human capital through employee volunteering and giving.

Ideas That Matter Alumni Busier Than Ever With World-Changing Projects


Since its inception in 1999, Sappi’s Ideas that Matter (ITM) program has granted nearly $14 million to help fund a wide range of social impact causes ranging from sustainable food systems to healthcare to climate change. Although the pandemic put much of the world on pause, Sappi’s ITM recipients were busier than ever with their world-changing projects. We were not surprised to watch how this community continues to adapt in the face of so much uncertainty.

826LA and 826 National students use poetry to demand social justice


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