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 beaches, good food and hospitable people,” […]
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 super ...
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 [...]