New survey reveals that 74% of people with a connection to a muscle-debilitating disease feel like they are living their life to the fullest
The Gold Standard verifies that Gyapa cookstoves have now cut over 1.8 million tonnes of co2, while improving the lives of 4.1 million ghanaians
Accra, Ghana (June 9, 2016) – The Gold Standard Foundation has verified that the Gyapa™ Project, a partnership between Relief International and ClimateCare, has cut a further 824,977 tonnes of carbon emissions as of its 2015 issuance, making it one of the largest carbon reductions for any cookstove project certified by Gold Standard. Since 2007, … Continued
This year’s EHS&S Forum is organized around four program tracks on “Reducing Risk, Spotlighting Value”, “Safety Leadership”, “Strategic Sustainability”, and “Strategic Resource Management”. The conference is expected to draw more than 550 corporate leaders to Denver on October 26-28.
It’s one thing to dream up a genius burst of innovation; it’s quite another to turn that into a tangible solution, which not only works but also sells. Here: lessons from Newman’s Own Foundation Challenge, in partnership with Net Impact.
Claycomb strongly believes that autism must not be viewed as a dangerous mental illness but rather only as a deviation from regular functioning. Claycomb wants society to understand and accept autism for what it is instead of making it a complicated issue.
Austin, Texas – June 8, 2016 (EMBARGOED 9:00 a.m. PDT / 12:00 p.m. EDT) – SXSW Eco®, the conference celebrating the power of design, technology and business to drive global change, has announced a Keynote talk by famed architect, designer and leader in the Cradle to Cradle movement, William McDonough. Also announced is the initial … Continued
Net Impact and the Newman’s Own Foundation Challenged College Students to Help Nourish Their Communities
The two non-profit organizations partnered up to provide the funding and guidance needed to start nutrition-based programs on college campuses and in communities across the country.
The answer is yes. The energy company DONG Energy makes significant inroads in Denmark’s CO2 accounts. The company’s impact demonstrates how the energy sector plays an essential role in combating climate change.