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» Jared Robertson
If you’re in a service industry — whether that means you work as an electrician, accountant, or even in tile cleaning – you’ve probably noticed there’s a lot of waste produced in your line of work. If you do things like everyone else, you probably use much more paper, water, and other supplies than you need to. Depending on your […]
» RBS Citizens Financial Group
Whether you’re expanding, looking into business relocation, or upgrading equipment, find out more about the ways small business loans or business lines of credit can help you achieve your business’ full potential.
» RBS Citizens Financial Group
Discover how enterprise resource planning, or ERP, can help you grow your small business. ERP software helps you integrate your company’s small business software for a quicker, more flexible business process. Use small business loans or lines of credit to cover ERP expenses.
» Organic Monitor
The fourth North American edition of this executive summit will be hosted in San Francisco on 22-23 January 2014. For the first time, a summit will discuss ways of promoting ecology in the food industry by focusing on sustainability metrics, ethical sourcing & biodiversity, and sustainable food ingredients.
» Curtis Greve
RLSC’s 2014 Reverse Logistics Conference will be the largest reverse logistics event of the year. It will take place January 22nd through the 24th at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Atlanta GA.
» Stuart Higbee
Do you run a dental practice? If so, your business may directly benefit from incorporating green practices into how you run your business. What Is Green Dentistry? A trend in dentistry that’s becoming more popular every year, the principles behind green dentistry are the same as the ones that guide other business practices, too. The Eco Dentistry Association (EDA) defines […]
» James Christensen
With great mileage, stylish choices, low operating costs, and a federal credit of up to $7,200 for a new electric car purchase, the hard part isn’t deciding whether or not to make your new car purchase a green vehicle. Instead, with so many great eco-friendly cars available on the market, the hard part is deciding which car is the right […]
» Jack Hollingsworth
Trying to find more ways you can improve your personal sustainability? Have you tried looking in a mirror? The clothes you wear have a big impact on your personal environmental footprint. Plus, by being more socially responsible in your fashion choices, you’ll save a lot of money (while still looking great). Here’s how that works. Socially responsible clothing? Does it […]
» Matthew Lambson
It’s hard making the switch to a healthier life. It seems there are products that make big health promises everywhere you turn, and knowing which claims to trust is difficult. Fortunately, those genuinely interested in improving their health in a lasting way aren’t alone. By choosing the right foods and the right supplements, you can significantly increase your health while […]
» Plan UK
The importance of clean drinking water cannot be overstated when it comes to preventing infection, illness and death in developing countries. Despite the vast resources available to people in developed countries, the startling fact remains that nearly 1 billion people in developing countries worldwide do not have access to safe drinking water. This is especially true in Africa, where millions […]
Every year, almost 40 million acres of the world’s forests are chopped down, some never to be replaced. Unsustainable forestry and consumption are difficult to stop, but by doing your part at home you can make a real, measurable different.
» Sam Palmer
Located in an eastern region of Africa, Kenya has an area of 244,080 square miles, and it borders Somalia, Ethiopia, Uganda and Tanzania. The country has 44 million permanent residents, yet Kenya only has a population density of 174 people per square mile. Since Kenya became an independent nation in December 1964, thousands of guests from the United States, European […]
» Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship
Join us for a free webinar on January 8th at 12pm (EDT) to hear a discussion around the Profile of the Practice 2013 report and to learn about the structure of corporate citizenship within companies, as well as the strategy, professional development, leadership engagement, and communication of corporate citizenship efforts.
» Shared Value Initiative
Enable social innovation at your organization. Join this webinar to learn how to create value for your company through social innovation. The authors of “Innovating for Shared Value” (Harvard Business Review; 2013), studied more than 30 companies and discovered that firms consistently rely on the same five mutually reinforcing ingredients: 1) Purpose 2) Defined need 3) Measurement 4) Co-creation 5) Innovation structure Our panelists will discuss how visionary companies apply these ingredients to overcome hurdles to […]
» Matthew Pinger
While no one wants to think about the passing of a loved one, the advent of social media and online profiles has changed the way we deal with death in the digital age. Now, instead of closing only bank accounts and stopping utility service, we have the responsibility of closing the social media account of our loved ones when they […]
» Jack Klakring
Trying to learn whether a spouse is being faithful, or what kind of a person your potential employer may be? It used to be you’d have to hire a private detective who would employ methods like surveillance, skip tracing, wire tapping, and even potentially illegal methods to learn about someone. Now, thanks to advances in technology, it’s easier to find […]