Per and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, are in countless goods in our world. They are also showing up in our air, water, and landfills as a POP – or a Persistent Organic Pollutant. Some POPs have half-lives of over 100 years, as such they’re pervasive in our environments, which is why they’re referred to as “forever chemicals.” Most industries don’t know where or how much PFAS is in their supply chain.
As a follow up to the recent meeting of the CGF’s Latin America Board, which was attended by the First Lady of Colombia Maria Juliana Ruiz Sandoval, the CGF welcomed the First Lady to their office in Paris on 29th June to discuss how the industry can deliver concrete actions on health and positively impact the people of Latin America.
Whether you call it The Great "Resignation", "Reset” and “Renegotiation” or "Reshuffle", there's no disputing that employees are shaking up the workforce in a serious way. But where does that leave YOU, the Social Impact professional? What about your team?
You’ve been tasked by your company to operationalize purpose – big commitments to “make an impact” on an important social issue – maybe it’s childhood hunger, STEM education or homelessness. You’re charged with engaging employees around this critical issue – at scale. Oh, and it will just be you leading this effort. There’s no budget for additional FTE. When you ask what your budget will be to execute against these huge goals that have the potential to change people’s lives (including those of your employees), it’s a tenth of what you estimate you’d need. Good luck!
Join our webinar at Noon ET on Wednesday, March 30, 2022 to find out more about the factors leading to the significant surge in overdose deaths and the barriers health professionals face in monitoring and intervening with patients at risk for drug misuse.
February 16, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Low-income, minority, tribal, and indigenous communities are more likely to be impacted by environmental hazards and more likely to live near contaminated lands. While these communities fought for justice for decades, the topic of environmental justice has become increasingly thrust into the spotlight in recent years due to a renewed public focus on historically marginalized communities.