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Behind the Masthead: TriplePundit Holds Virtual Open House April 1

Free webcast introduces writers, shares editorial trends, outlines ‘sponsored series’ offering
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TriplePundit, which has covered the business of doing better since 2005, will invite the sustainability and corporate responsibility community into its newsroom April 1 in a virtual open house. Registration is free and open now

Water Crises Are a Top Global Risk, But We Have the Power to Prevent Them

By Kate Zerrenner
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The World Economic Forum releases the Global Risk Report each year in advance of its annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Water crises ranked among the most serious risks facing society in each of these reports since 2012, with the exception of one. 2020 is no different, with water crises named among the top 10 global risks with respect to both impact and likelihood to occur.

Green Chemistry: The Secret Behind Sustainable Product Development

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In some respects, global brands are victims of their own success. Once attached to a brand, loyal consumers are reluctant to change, and brands become wary of changing the product formulas that those customers know and love. 

Jeffrey Whitford, head of corporate responsibility and branding for the research and biotech company MilliporeSigma, described the challenge last week in an interview with TriplePundit.

P&G, GE Join Forces to Encourage Girls to Consider STEM Careers

Words by Leon Kaye
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Procter & Gamble joined forces with GE Aviation to hold a workshop for about 200 girls, grades six through nine, last month in Cincinnati, home to P&G’s headquarters. Other companies that participated included E&Y and Google.

This GHG Measurement Model Could Be a Game-Changer for the Agriculture Industry

Words by Tina Casey
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This article series is sponsored by Smithfield Foods and produced by the TriplePundit editorial team. 

There is a good reason why Smithfield Foods was the first major protein company to measure its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The protein supply chain is front-loaded with GHGs long before livestock arrives at the processing facility. A lack of uniformity among suppliers adds another layer of complexity to the already daunting task of tracking emissions.

Introducing TriplePundit’s 3BL Forum Series

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As the October 29-30 3BL Forum: Brands Taking Stands—What’s Next draws closer, the editors at TriplePundit are excited to announce the launch of an editorial series that will showcase several of the speakers, partners and sponsors that will be onstage during this fast-paced, high-octane event.

The Future of Values-Driven Investing 

The U.S. Education System is Ripe for Innovation—And Investment Can Help

Words by by Laura Wise
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Education is a powerful tool. Often seen as an opportunity for advancement both socially and economically, education lies at the center of a country’s ability to grow, thrive and compete in the global economy. It’s no secret; however, that student performance and equitable access to quality education in the U.S. is lagging behind. 

HP Takes the Circular Economy to the Next Level

Words by Amy Brown
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For a company that has been recycling its hardware and toner cartridges since the 1980s, moving to a circular economy was not that big of a leap for printer and personal computer leader HP Inc. Now the company says it is determined to build new, circular supply chains and lead the industry on incorporating post-consumer plastic in its products and keep that waste out of the oceans.

Act Locally: Israel’s Maala Shows How National Standards Can Move the Needle on Global CSR

Words by Tina Casey
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Image: Maala releases its 2019 CSR Index at the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange on July 2. 

This article series is sponsored by Maala and produced by the TriplePundit editorial team.

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