Everybody has heard the cliche “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” The idea behind it is that the older you are, the harder it is to change and to form new habits. This is often aggravating to those who isn’t that there is no such thing as being “too old” to learn or … Continued
How do we know when our emotional alignment with food is unhealthy to the point of being a disorder? Here are a few things everyone should know about eating disorders:
The use of the word “Guerrilla” refers to seat-of-the-pants tactics applied to a larger challenge. Budgeting can be that challenge for small businesses. Guerrilla budging encompasses all the nitty-gritty things that have to be done to make the finances work. Successful entrepreneurs are masters at this type of budgeting.
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The partners from Savvy- Marketing for Good for sure think it is! This San Francisco based agency focused on serving social enterprises, understands there is a struggle for social enterprises when it comes to building and implementing a marketing strategy while they are trying to keep an organization financially sustainable and save the world! This … Continued
Take a final weekend to apply to SXSW Eco design and startup competitions- the deadline has been extended through the Sunday, June 28!
However, while the effects of addiction are well-known, the causes of this disease are less understood. Keep reading to learn about the contributing factors of addiction, including those relating to mental health, upbringing, peer pressure and more.
By Bahar Gidwani CSRHub recently examined corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability rating data for the 18,991 companies in fourteen major stock exchanges. Despite the fact that CSRHub includes 64 million pieces of data from more than 380 sources, there is enough data to rate only 17% of the companies on these exchanges. For some … Continued
Businesses are increasingly questioned about their contributions to society: What is the value of your corporate community investment (CCI)? Could your contributions be more effective? Where do you stand in comparison to your peers and competitors? And, crucially, what is the impact of your community investments?
Understanding the Global Food Crisis The world’s population is expected to grow from 7 billion to 9 billion people by 2050. Right now, there are 805 million hungry people in the world. It’s estimated that 16% of those 805 million people live in developed countries. Meanwhile, agriculture contributes to almost 25% of global greenhouse gas emissions, … Continued
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SOCAP (Social Capital Markets), the world’s largest conference on social enterprise and impact investing, announced they will award up to 150 outstanding entrepreneurs with a scholarship to attend SOCAP15 at The Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, California, on October 6-9th.
Reporting practitioners often find the process challenging, fraught with a minefield of standards, audiences, formats, and stakeholder expectations. The future of sustainability reporting continues to be an ongoing debate, fuelled by increasingly demanding and diverse audiences and competing business priorities. Is sustainability reporting really worth the effort?
A common misconception amongst employers and employees is that desk jobs pose very little risk for injuries. While working a 9 to 5 behind a desk might pose fewer risks than working in a warehouse or construction site, there are still dangers that you have to be aware of. Carpal tunnel, cramped hands, back/neck pains, … Continued