Shaq once said he’d never seen a nation that loved basketball as much as the Philippines. Recently the sport helped folks recover from natural disasters.
Child Eyes and No More Page 3 launched successful social media protests that convinced the UK’s largest supermarkets to change their tabloid displays.
Rob Lowe, a seemly ageless Hollywood actor, is a brand ambassador for Genworth, a leading provider of long term care insurance, attempting to bring the subject of an aging America out of taboo and into the limelight.
Deanna Bratter of WhiteWave Foods explains how the company makes sustainable acquisitions, like Horizon and Earthbound, to enhance its triple bottom line — and how other companies can chase their sustainability goals.
Santa Barbara non-profit Unite to Light’s solar LED lamps are improving literacy, education, the environment and local economies in developing countries around the world.
Mullen shares his antagonistic relationship with food, prolonged illness, and the diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis that precipitated his commitment to healthful eating. With a family history in food, and a childhood spent on a small farm in Vermont, Mullen was only introduced to institutional food when he went to boarding school (where he suffered from salmonella).
What do a British risk analysis company, a space climate research center and the Pentagon have in common? They are all listening to the IPCC, and they are all offering their own input on how to adapt to and address climate change.
On Nov. 7, nearly 250 doctors in 30 countries will perform 1,500 vasectomies. The occasion? The second World Vasectomy Day, a global event designed to bring more attention to – and to dispel myths around – this permanent form of birth control.
Health care organizations are in the business of supporting human health. Ironically, many also have large contributions to climate change.
Coincidentally, just months after Chevron donated a million bucks to the National Organization of Women, the legal arm of NOW filed a legal brief in favor of the oil company in its legal plight in Ecuador.
The horrible irony is that many of these retailers, acknowledging that stagnant incomes hurt their sales, are part of their own problem. They pay low wages while lobbying aggressively to keep the minimum wage low.