Discover Your Skills is a multimedia public affairs campaign designed to address the growing decline in US skilled labor expertise. The goal of "Discover Your Skills" is to provide unemployed and a new multimedia public affairs campaign designed to address the growing decline in US skilled labor expertise. The goal of "Discover Your Skills" is to provide unemployed and underemployed Americans with access to critical resources for obtaining marketable job skills and expertise, and to raise awareness of career opportunities.
The International Society of Sustainability Professionals offers an exciting range of educational opportunities for members and non-members. Our learning model provides you with a dynamic online learning experience with expert instructors.
By setting goals that push the company to do more, we demonstrate leadership in establishing aggressive goals within the food industry. For example, because we set goals:
Domtar's GRI B (Level-Checked) 2011 Sustainable Growth Report unveils a sustainability indicator framework that the company will track and report on out to 2020.
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Announcement of results from Microsoft's Employee Giving Program from 2012
Domtar expands its online environmental impacts calculator - the Domtar Paper Trail (www.domtarpapertrail.com).
Subaru's “Share the Love” event donates $250 for every new Subaru vehicle sold or leased from Nov. 21 through Jan. 2, up to $5 million total, and has donated nearly $20 million to charitable causes since the program’s inception four years ago.
At Johnson & Johnson, our top priority is health—health of people and the planet. That’s why we set aggressive corporate wide goals to reduce our environmental impact, outlined in our Healthy Future 2015 goals. To this end, we established the proprietary Earthwards® process for developing and marketing greener products through lifecycle analysis. Every Earthwards® recognized product must achieve a greater than 10 percent improvement in at least three of the seven goal areas:
When private sector, government, social, and philanthropic leaders apply innovative technologies to address social challenges and build sustainable communities, the impact is multiplied. Worldwide, individuals, companies, and organizations are turning their ideas into action – and making a difference on issues like poverty alleviation, education, and healthcare.