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Direct Relief Works With FedEx to Deliver Critical Aid to Those Impacted by Ukraine Crisis

76 tons of medical aid from Direct Relief transported by FedEx Express to support those affected by the conflict in Ukraine
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SANTA BARBARA, Calf., March 29, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Direct Relief and FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) safely delivered 76 tons of critical medical aid for Ukrainian refugees to Poland from the United States via a FedEx humanitarian relief flight on Sunday, March 27.

American Airlines Supports the People of Ukraine Alongside UNICEF

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The people of Ukraine need our help. That’s why, throughout March, the funds collected in flight by our flight attendants and online through American’s partnership with UNICEF USA's Change for Good® program will be directed to the humanitarian response in Ukraine.

FedEx Providing Over $1.5 Million To Support Ukraine Relief Efforts

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We are deeply disturbed by what's happening in Ukraine. As we continue to closely monitor the situation, FedEx Corp. is committing more than $1.5 million USD in relief aid to provide humanitarian assistance to those impacted by the conflict in Ukraine.

Ecocentricity Blog - The War in Ukraine: An Environmental Perspective

By: John A. Lanier
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A detailed look at Russia’s economy makes it clear how dependent it is on exports of fossil fuels. Its status as an energy supplier for Europe is one of several undercurrents of the conflict in Ukraine, and it may spur European countries to accelerate their shift toward a cleaner economy.

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A detailed look at Russia’s economy makes it clear how dependent it is on exports of fossil fuels. Its status as an energy supplier for Europe is one of several undercurrents of the conflict in Ukraine, and it may spur European countries to accelerate their shift toward a cleaner economy.

WSP Exits Russia Projects Amid War in Ukraine, Sanctions

WSP Global, a Montreal-headquartered design and engineering consulting firm, said it will quit its current projects in Russia.
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The firm in its quarterly earnings report – released on Wednesday – said it will exit the limited number of ongoing projects it has in Russia and will no longer be pursuing projects in Russia and Belarus.

The firm also announced an initial donation of $50,000 to UNICEF and $50,000 to the UNHCR to support their work assisting refugees in Ukraine and neighboring regions.

T-Mobile Foundation Matches Employee Donations in Support of Ukrainian Refugees

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The T-Mobile Foundation is matching employee donations to organizations supporting Ukrainian refugees, dollar for dollar, up to $2,000 per employee, per year. Organizations include:

International Paper Contributes $800,000 to Support Ukraine Humanitarian Efforts

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MEMPHIS, Tenn., March 11, 2022 /3BL Media/ – To support the significant and growing humanitarian needs prompted by the conflict in Ukraine, International Paper (NYSE: IP) is contributing $275,000 to both the Red Cross and Global Foodbanking Network. This brings the company’s total combined donations to these organizations to $550,000 in support of humanitarian relief efforts, specifically to help Ukraine refugees.

To Achieve Energy and Economic Security, We Must Accelerate the Transition to a Clean Energy Future

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By Anne Kelly, Vice President, Government Relations

“A time of crisis is not just a time of anxiety and worry. It gives a chance, an opportunity to choose well or to choose badly.” — Desmond Tutu

Employee Spotlight: Making Connections Count When They're Needed Most

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As the war in Ukraine continues, one of the most important things, say these T‑Mobile team members who are from the region, is keeping an open line of communication with loved ones. Here are their stories of how they’re keeping connected during the conflict.

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As the war in Ukraine continues, one of the most important things, say these T‑Mobile team members who are from the region, is keeping an open line of communication with loved ones. Here are their stories of how they’re keeping connected during the conflict.

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