Technology is changing the way we work on a scale never experienced before. Image: REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
February 10, 2016, No comments

by Tae Yoo, Senior Vice-President, Corporate Affairs, Cisco One of the key challenges under discussion at this year’s World Economic Forum in Davos is “employment, skills and human capital”, with […]

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Global Health Corporate Champions in Ghana

February 9, 2016, No comments

Global Health Corporate Champions is making pro bono experiences more accessible and affordable for companies interested in exploring pro bono in a c ...

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Malawi Gets Food Aid from William Jackson Food Group

January 20, 2016, No comments

Malawi is a small landlocked country in sub-Saharan Africa, bordering Zambia, Tanzania and Mozambique, with an estimated population of 14 million. The ...

The planned Siemens offshore manufacturing in Green Port Hull, Great Britain. Production of rotor blades for offshore wind turbines is planned, with a new logistics- and service centre slated for Hull.

Coastal Production Plant Reduces the Costs of Offshore Wind Energy

January 19, 2016, No comments

by Dr Norbert Aschenbrenner In cooperation with Associated British Ports (ABP), Siemens is investing approximately €371 million in expanding a harbo ...

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    NetPositive Conference in San Diego
    January 12, 2016, No comments

    Experience the next generation of buildings through two of our primary resources, energy and water. See how experts are expanding Net Zero concepts in ways that look far into the [...]

  • A young girl tries on a dress at the DAG event in El Seibo. Timberland employees donated over 500 dresses to DAG, 56 of which were made by hand at their sew-a-thon event.
    Dressing Children Around the World
    January 11, 2016, No comments

    Employees at Timberland receive 40 hours of paid time each year for community service. Employees with a particular knack for sewing or crafting often find creative ways to use their [...]

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    Soap for Hope: A Look Back at 2015
    January 6, 2016, No comments

    By Stefan Phang, Regional Director for Sustainability & CSR for AMAT, Sealed Air Thank you to all of you, and I look forward to another successful year of growing Soap [...]

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    Can Henna Bio Fences Save Indian Farmers?
    December 27, 2015, No comments

    Indian farmers are facing severe crop losses due to a variety of reasons: wild boar and wild animal attacks, frequent natural calamities, the effects of global warming, and the lack [...]