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WRI Media Advisory: Corporate Decision-Making on Carbon Emissions

Press Release Published: Mar 14, 2004 – 11:00 PM EST

WASHINGTON - WHAT: As businesses acknowledge the need for a less carbon-intensive economy, they face uncertainty with the shape of future greenhouse gas regulations. As part of WRIs Seventh Sustainable Enterprise Summit, executives from distinct points in the energy supply chain will discuss...

WRI Media Advisory: The Road to Sustainable Transportation - The Auto Sector Weighs In

Press Release Published: Mar 14, 2004 – 11:00 PM EST

WASHINGTON - WHAT: Emerging technologies, such as hybrids and fuel cells, may potentially replace todays conventional internal combustion engine and dramatically reduce CO2 emissions and other air pollutants from transportation. As part of WRIs Seventh Sustainable Enterprise Summit, representatives of the automotive and...

WRI Media Advisory: The Impact of Social and Political Trends on Tomorrow’s Businesses

Press Release Published: Mar 14, 2004 – 11:00 PM EST

WASHINGTON - WHAT: The concluding plenary of WRIs Seventh Sustainable Enterprise Summit will focus on crosscutting social and political issues that will shape the global economy in the future. Areas discussed will include population, human security, labor conditions, and governance. A panel of...

WRI Media Advisory: Balancing Profits and Sustainability in the Corporate World

Press Release Published: Mar 14, 2004 – 11:00 PM EST

WASHINGTON - WHAT: Todays global business climate requires business leaders to make decisions and stimulate growth within the context of increasingly complex social and environmental issues. To achieve greater competitiveness in tomorrows markets, strategies will need to be based on an integrated set...

WRI Media Advisory: The Business of Nutrition and Healthier Eating

Press Release Published: Mar 14, 2004 – 11:00 PM EST

WASHINGTON - WHAT: For the broad array of industries involved directly in the food supply chain, supporting the development of markets in countries with high malnourishment rates is a critical contribution to global economic growth and opportunity. There are also business incentives to...

WRI Media Advisory: Drinking from the Same Well: What Water Scarcity Means for Business & Society

Press Release Published: Mar 14, 2004 – 11:00 PM EST

WASHINGTON - WHAT: Businesses that are highly dependent on water for their products, and those who are in water intensive industries are developing new strategies and business models to partner with civil society to help address water scarcity. As part of WRIs Seventh...

WRI Media Advisory: Sustainable Practices Create New Markets for Forest Sector

Press Release Published: Mar 14, 2004 – 11:00 PM EST

WASHINGTON - WHAT: Businesses around the globe are struggling to balance their commitments to protect ecosystems and the needs of local communities while meeting increasing demand for forest, energy and mineral products. As part of WRIs Seventh Sustainable Enterprise Summit, representatives of leading-edge...

Office Depot To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day With A Different Take On “Green”

Press Release Published: Mar 14, 2004 – 11:00 PM EST

Series of Environmental Initiatives Emphasize That This Years Holiday is Not Just About Wearing Green, but Being Green

WRI Media Advisory: Engaging the Poor in Domestic & Global Markets

Press Release Published: Mar 14, 2004 – 11:00 PM EST

WASHINGTON - WHAT: The growing population in developing countries will be a major force shaping the terrain of international markets for labor and goods. Successful corporations will utilize local labor forces and create new products and services that serve the needs of the...

SBC Foundation Launches 2004 SBC Excelerator Grant Program

Press Release Published: Mar 14, 2004 – 11:00 PM EST

$9 Million Program Now Available to Nonprofit Organizations to Build Stronger Communities Through Technology

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