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ATLANTA Imagine a Spa Laboratory where students study skin reactions to various pH levels. Or a Clay Animation project where students produce their own video to learn about abstract physical concepts. These are just two of the creative topics explored by the winners...
Amy Hayes Davidsen Appointed As Director
Genetically Engineered Crop Contamination Threatens Consumer Choice
Global Tracking Survey Reveals Trust in Global Companies at Pre-Enron Levels
Fuel-Efficient Plant to Provide Cost Savings for Wholesale Customers
Lowe's, Kidde, American Red Cross, Home Safety Council and Nick Jr. Family Magazine Join Forces in Public Service Campaign to Encourage Home Safety
Investment Forum Hopes to Raise Awareness About -- And Capital For -- An Emerging Industry With Great Potential To Benefit Poor Communities
WASHINGTON, DC - MissionFish (www.missionfish.org), a service of the Points of Light Foundation dedicated to helping nonprofits raise money through eBay, recently received First Place for growth stage ventures in the Social Enterprise Alliance's 2004 Earned Income Showcase. A panel of grantmakers awarded...
Group Of Leading Business, Labour, NGO And Political Figures Propose Concrete Trade Reform Recommendations During Difficult Election-Year In U.S., Europe, India And South Africa
SustainAbility, in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme and Standard & Poor's, are calling for companies and organisations producing sustainability reports/websites to submit their latest report/website for the next Global Reporters international benchmark survey. Only sustainability reports and/or websites that are publicly...