By Bart King Haiti is ripe for investment. That’s the one thing Richardson Antoine wishes the world knew about his country. “Haiti has beautiful b ...
By Maria Antoinette Studies have shown that the United States wastes more energy than it uses, and residential energy waste is a significant part of t ...
Guest blog by Leah Garces Earlier last month in New York, a meeting took place that would have seemed implausible only a few years ago. High in a sk ...
by Dave Armon – Misshapen carrots, oranges with bulging navels and pockmarked pomegranates have debuted at the Whole Foods and Giant Eagle supermarket chains, giving U.S. consumers a wake-up call [...]
by Nancy Himmelfarb, NJH Sustainability Consulting Pop star Justin Bieber asks “What do you mean?” Consumers ask the same question when they see and hear corporate sustainability communications that are [...]
On International Women’s Day, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Center for Corporate Citizenship organized a thought-provoking panel on why and how businesses can increase financial inclusion for women while [...]
Guest blog by Brigg Patten Social responsibility is a set of ethical ground rules that an organization or individual has an obligation to the community or society at large. It [...]
Guest blog by Darryl Lewis, UGL Underground Highways: Now or in the Future? Everyone is familiar with underground transportation systems like subways or tunnels, so it its conceivable that engineers could [...]
by Dr Norbert Aschenbrenner In cooperation with Associated British Ports (ABP), Siemens is investing approximately €371 million in expanding a harbor complex on the north shore of the Humber River, [...]
By Brigg Patten Almost by definition, farmland tends to be away from the city and thus far from the infrastructure of the urban environment. Thus, alternative power sources are [...]