Cisco uses its expertise, its technologies, and its partnerships to transform lives, communities, and the planet we live on. By combining these human and technology networks, Cisco multiplies its impact and accomplishes extraordinary things, even under the most difficult circumstances.
General Motors is paving the way to a greener future by engineering vehicles that utilize renewable energy sources and reduce the impact on the environment.
At last week’s GM Electrification Experience in San Francisco, General Motors kicked that commitment into overdrive by announcing plans to put up to 500,000 vehicles on the road with some form of electrification by 2017 with a focus on plug-in technology.
A new report from the International Energy Agency released on Tuesday estimates that the U.S. will become a net energy exporter by 2030 and that natural gas will overtake oil to become the most abundant fuel in the American energy mix. GE is developing technologies that are already helping customers to take advantage of the gas boom.
Automaker highlights key initiatives in interim update to report
DETROIT, November 14, 2012 /3BL Media/ – General Motors released an interim update to its inaugural sustainability report, including updates and analysis, along with regional metrics for environmental commitments, product quality, material issues and disclosure.
18,000 resources available to the developing world via the HINARI, AGORA, OARE, and ARDI programs
London, United Kingdom., November 14th, 2012 /3BL Media/ – The Research4Life partners announced today that they have agreed to extend their partnership through 2020. Research4Life (www.research4life.org) currently provides over 6,000 institutions in more than 100 developing countries with free or low cost access to peer-reviewed online content from the world’s leading scientific, technical and medical publishers.
Taiga Company blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
“Mature corporations are designed to execute on the science of delivery — not engage in the art of discovery. They're bad at innovation by design: All the pressures and processes that drive them toward a profitable, efficient operation tend to get in the way of developing the innovations that can actually transform the business.”