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AT&T Brings Mentoring Program for Secondary School Students to Europe

AT&T contributes $116,000 and Employee Volunteers to Young Enterprise to support career, skills mentoring program
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LONDON, Mar. 7, 2014 /3BL Media/ - AT&T* is planning a career mentoring program for secondary school students across Europe to help them succeed after they leave school.  The company has contributed $116,000 to Young Enterprise, the enterprise education charity, to identify schools in France, Germany, Slovakia, The Netherlands and the UK, as well as Israel.  

UPS Is Testing Pedaled Electric Trikes In Europe

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While Amazon thinks drones are the future of delivery services, for now, at least companies like FedEx and UPS still require people power to get packages to your door. In fact, people power is exactly what UPS is using to deliver packages locally in Europe, where electronically-assisted trikes have been delivering packages in the older sections of Dortmund, Germany.

Integrated Reporting: A Solution for European Business? - CSR Minute for November 18, 2013

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Integrated reporting may be the way out of a dilemma now facing European business. EU companies are looking at a price tag of between 150,000 and 600,000 euros annually to comply with new, proposed regulations on CSR reporting put forward earlier this year by the European Commission. That cost guesstimate comes from BusinessEurope, the European employers’ umbrella organization. The EC had originally projected costs of only 5,000 euros annually for the upgraded reporting.

Amway Europe CSR Annual Report

Personal stories highlight the Amway Europe Corporate Social Responsibility report
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Role models for young women in the UK … lap desks for students in South Africa … mentoring youth refugees in Europe …

These are just a few of the stories highlighted in the Amway Europe Corporate Social Responsibility Report that is now available by clicking here.

EU Biofuels & Indirect Land Use Change: "No deal before 2014" [VIDEO]

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Peter O’Donnell, European Affairs journalist for viEUws - the EU Policy Broadcaster, is joined by Tom Hanney, Irish Ambassador to the EU, to discuss the Indirect Land Use Change Proposal (ILUC).

Sustainable Brands Partners with GRI’s Focal Point USA for G4 North American Release

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SAN FRANCISCO, May 14, 2013 – Sustainable Brands® announced today a partnership with Global Reporting Initiative’s Focal Point USA for its G4 Guidelines release in North America to follow its official launch in Europe this coming May, 2013.

What's the Relationship Between CSR & Europe's Economic Recovery? EIN News Provides In-depth News

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February 7, 2013 /EIN News/ Corporate Social Responsibility News Today (http://csr.einnews.com/), a media monitoring website published by EIN News, provides in-depth news coverage of all aspects of CSR. See e.g.:

PepsiCo Contributes to European Debate on Sustainable policy

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October 29, 2012 /3BL Media/ - PepsiCo made a positive contribution to the European debate concerning the development of a European sustainable agriculture policy. Paul Melis, senior manager, Agriculture Development Team - PepsiCo Europe, spoke at the European Food Security Conference held in Brussels and presented PepsiCo's long-standing cooperation with farmers and scientists to increase productivity while protecting the environment.

Copenhagen Catalogue: Sharing Good Practices in Diabetes Care

Novo Nordisk launches the Copenhagen Catalogue of Good Practices in Diabetes to facilitate knowledge sharing within the diabetes community.
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(3BL Media) September 3, 2012 - Today the Copenhagen Catalogue, a collection of concrete examples of good practices in diabetes care, is being launched. The catalogue originates from the European Diabetes Leadership Forum which took place in Copenhagen on 25-26 April 2012 emphasising that sharing information about the many existing successful practices is crucial in times of financial crisis. 

Better CSR Advice for SMEs

A report from Berlin
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Six years ago we didn’t think we’d see 100 CSR for SME experts in one room any time soon. It was worth the wait.

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