Michael Bloomberg: Realistic Goals for the Paris Climate Conference

The trend is moving in the right direction, and if the U.N. gathering in the fall speeds it up, that’s success.

Originally pusblished on the Wall Street Journal.

By Michael R. Bloomberg
June 28, 2015

Monterrey unites to protect its water


Clean, fresh water isn’t just essential to our business. It is vital for the communities in which we operate, particularly in regions that face irregular water supply as a result of drought or flooding. In September 2013, HEINEKEN in Mexico joined a consortium with other companies, universities, civil society organisations and government institutions to establish the Monterrey Metropolitan Water Fund (FAMM).

Walden University Announces Nurses of the Year Scholarships

More than $300,000 in scholarships to be awarded to nurses making a difference
Press Release

Minneapolis, MN, May  8, 2014 /3BL Media/ — In recognition of National Nurses Week, Walden University  is offering 12 nursing scholarships totaling more than $300,000 to help nurses around the world make a greater impact in their organizations and their field.

Walden University Spotlights More Than $370,000 in Scholarships for Educators during Teacher Appreciation Week

Scholarships available for bachelor’s, master’s, education specialist and doctoral students in The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
Press Release

Minneapolis, MN, May  7, 2014 /3BL Media/ — Teacher Appreciation Week provides an annual reminder that educators change lives, and their leadership and commitment to the success of their students has a lasting impact that extends well beyond the classroom and into communities worldwide. To highlight its ongoing commitment to teacher effectiveness, Walden University’s Richard W.

Mars Associates get a Buzz out of Company Perks

Buzzfeed Features Mars at #3 For Most Amazing Employee Perks
Press Release

November 21, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Mars has been ranked #3 by the popular online site Buzzfeed for the most amazing Associate Perks. Mars ranks 3rd out of 20 companies on the list.

GE Latin America Strengthens Regional Sustainability Commitment


Brazil is now the world’s seventh-largest economy and has become the ninth-largest energy consumer in the world. And because it’s creating greater energy demand, it’s also adding further strain on the environment. As one of the leading nations on international climate change negotiations, Brazil has voluntarily committed to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by up to 39% by 2020, relative to 2005 levels.

Denmark Station Owners Mark 16 Years with CITGO

After More Than a Decade, Couple to Pass Business to Nephews
Press Release

DENMARK, Wis., Oct. 30, 2013 / 3BL Media/ PRNewswire/ -- Merle and Pat Kulhanek's CITGO C-Mart station on State Highway 29 in Denmark, Wis., has been a local landmark for 16 years. Now, after more than a decade of owning and operating their business, the Kulhaneks have retired and passed the station to their nephews, Jesse and Matt Shimon.

GE Assistance for Myanmar


This year, the help is extended to Myanmar through a $7-million commitment to support significant training and capacity-building efforts throughout the country. Specifically, the commitment will focus on strengthening the healthcare system, improving the energy architecture and promoting the development of Myanmar's human capacity.

A Shared Commitment to Education


GE was pleased to be part of a group of more than 70 corporations and associations to express support for successful implementation of the new College- and Career-Readiness standards.  The group demonstrated its support by signing a letter published in the New York Times. Why did we do this? Because the ability of our country to compete successfully in a global economy demands that our students be either ready for college-level coursework or prepared for careers when they graduate high school.

American Electric Power - Enerfab and AEP, Partners of the Job, Partners in Safety


Enerfab, a Cincinnati, Ohio-based company, has installed environmental controls and other equipment - and performed ongoing maintenance and repair work - at a variety of AEP's eastern power plants for more than 20 years.  During that time, as AEP's safety culture evolved, so did Enerfab's.  The two companies have very similar safety philosophies and levels of commitment to safety.


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