August 31, 2015

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Employee Engagement Is Different For Millennials

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, millennials - those between 18 and 34 years old.

Communities Building Their Own Economies

Low-income communities have the power to shape their economic future, but only if they have access to tools that educate and empower.

Could This 'Drinkable Book' Provide Clean Water to the Developing World?

Pour untreated water over a page from the book and silver nanoparticles embedded in it will kill nearly 100 percent of disease-causing bacteria

Cherish the Tension of Profit and Purpose

Clif Bar CEO Kevin Cleary talks about appreciating the tension around decision making in the business place and getting creative to find answers.

Under the Sea: the Underwater Farms growing Basil, Strawberries and Lettuce

Scuba divers and agricultural experts develop a project to work out if growing plants in pods on the seabed could be a viable...

Top Challenges, Opportunities and Trends for Socially Minded Brands

When it comes to social branding there are two key challenges.

Booz Allen Sponsors STEM Girls 4 Social Good

New initiative is an effort to bring together professionals and University students with STEM backgrounds to work on some of the greatest problems...

Methane, Climate Change’s Secret Agent

Methane is a formidable climatic nightmare that gets scarier as new IPCC calculations have increased its Global Warming Potential in relation to carbon...

How to Make Millions by Saving the Planet

Andy Bogdan Bindea grew up next to the Baia Mare, Romania cyanide spill. Now he's trying to bring clean energy to Haiti with...

"World's first" E-Paper Traffic Signs Installed in Australia

The solar-powered signs promise both greater efficiency and improved reliability compared to than standard electronic roadsigns.




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