Archives for Top Stories of 2017 - Page 25
Vodafone's highlights include the greater empowerment of women with its participation in the UN’s GSMA mWomen program; the tackling of its carbon footprint through increased energy efficiency programs, and increasing e-waste. And then there is Egypt.
Ben & Jerry’s has always been generous with community groups, and last night was no exception. Thanks to Ben & Jerry’s, gay and lesbian elder seniors in Hollywood had a fun evening with two of Ben & Jerry’s incredible flavors.
Many of us want to make a huge change in the world around us, but finding out exactly how is an enormous challenge. Nevertheless, if you want to make a difference while making a living at your life’s calling, it is not impossible. Susan McPherson of Fenton is an example.
The muddy brew has become an integral part of cultures in the Middle East, the Balkans, and North Africa. It goes by countless names: sourj in Armenian, kahve in Turkey, kafe turke in Kosovo and Albania, and turksa kava in Croatia.
Qatar’s environmental ministry will soon start on a new five-year plan for environmental management-and one organization that will take the lead is the Qatar Green Building Council
I thought I would sort out where GreenGoPost.com has been the past couple years. I have been fortunate enough to have visited over 50 countries, and have had the opportunity to write about many more.
When your company has been making food products--including, of course, soup--the last 140 or so years, instilling change within an organization has it challenges.
We always talk about how we need to wean ourselves off of oil, but have any of us ever actually been on an oil rig to see how the process works? Shirley Bassey sure has.
Instant coffee is a far under-appreciated treat and only receives scorn from Americans. Prepared correctly, it is a refreshing and yes, a sustainable option.
The sustainability consultancy Brighter Planet has partnered with the credit card giant MasterCard Worldwide to provide an carbon accounting solution for business travel.
We have always been a huge fan of Daniela Mercury because of her hard work to entrench cultural sustainability throughout Brazil. Now we can say that Daniela is becoming an ambassador for Brazilians’ advocacy for environmental sustainability, too.
Call it a freak of nature or architecturally brilliant, but Brasília, the planned, utopian capital of Brazil, turns 50 this year. The city was a longtime in the making, and when president Juscelino Kubitschek finally dedicated Brasília in 1960, Brazilian bureaucrats, horrified at having to leave Rio de Janeiro, were practically bribed to move several hundred miles into the jungle.