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The Bridge to Inclusive Technology: Steps We are Taking to Increase Accessibility

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The following is an excerpt from the 2019 CSR report.

Cisco laid the foundation on which the Internet is built. As we enter an era where everything and everyone is connected, we’re once again shaping the network’s future. In the process, we’re applying the lessons we’ve learned over more than 30 years and building technologies that are secure, accessible, and that bring people together.

UPS Delivers 5 Millionth Meal to Rural Students and their Families Impacted by Novel Coronavirus Crisis

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Atlanta and Houston, May 18, 2020UPS (NYSE: UPS), a global leader in logistics, in partnership with McLane Global, a leading food and logistics company, today announced the delivery of the five millionth meal through the Emergency Meals-to-You program, designed to deliver shelf-stable, nutritious meals to students in rural areas of the country.

How to Kill Germs in Carpet to Reduce Your Family’s Risk of Illness

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At this very moment, everyone around the world is practicing responsible social distancing in a collective effort to prevent the spread of germs. Although these times can feel uncertain and create anxiety, for most it is reassuring to digitally connect with friends and family and safely quarantine in the comfort of your home.

In Depth: Cyndhi Berwyn

From the Air Force to flying a hospital
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By Dan Pimentel

While studying meteorology at the University of Hawaii in the 1970s, Cyndhi Berwyn began flying gliders. In her senior year, the US Air Force decided to allow women to become pilots in the service. After she competed for a slot and was selected as one of the first women in that program, she became an Air Force instructor, flying T-37s and T-38s. Her career made a roaring start.

International WELL Building Institute Launches WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations and Management of Sports and Entertainment Venues

World’s leading certification body for healthy buildings announces council of industry leaders across professional teams, leagues, entertainment, venues, operations and services to join the WELL Advisory on Sports and Entertainment Venues
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Co-Chairs of the WELL Advisory include 17th Surgeon General of the United States Richard Carmona, Tim Leiweke CEO Oak View Group, Doug Behar SVP & Director of Stadium Operations New York Yankees, Tim Romani CEO CAA ICON, Mike Biggs VP Sports & Entertainment Partnerships Jani-King, Bill Rhoda President Global Planning Legends, and Allen Hershkowitz Environmental Science Advisor New York Yankees & Chairman of Sport and Sustainability International

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Co-Chairs of the WELL Advisory include 17th Surgeon General of the United States Richard Carmona, Tim Leiweke CEO Oak View Group, Doug Behar SVP & Director of Stadium Operations New York Yankees, Tim Romani CEO CAA ICON, Mike Biggs VP Sports & Entertainment Partnerships Jani-King, Bill Rhoda President Global Planning Legends, and Allen Hershkowitz Environmental Science Advisor New York Yankees & Chairman of Sport and Sustainability International

Martin Currie Calls for Asset Management Coalition to Drive Change

Group Efforts Multiply Value of ESG Investing
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May 18, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Martin Currie, the active equity specialist and steward of £9,703 billion (USD12,031 billion) in assets under management, calls on other asset managers to create coalitions in order to drive change.

NFCC Receives $400,000 Grant From the Wells Fargo Foundation to Keep Americans Housed in Response to COVID-19

The National Foundation for Credit Counseling® will use Wells Fargo Foundation housing philanthropy grants to help more than 1,800 renters and homeowners stay in their homes
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WASHINGTON, May 15, 2020 /3BL Media/ - The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) today announced a $400,000 grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation which will enable the organization to provide services to support housing preservation for renters and homeowners who are struggling with the financial impact of the current coronavirus pandemic.

Call for Mandatory Non-Financial Reporting in EU – Built on GRI

By Peter Paul van de Wijs, Chief External Affairs Officer, Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
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This week there has been an insightful contribution to the debate about sustainability disclosure in the EU, provided by Carol Adams, Professor of Accounting at Durham University Business School.

Can Air Pollution Exacerbate COVID-19?

By Carolyn Swope, MPH and Regina Vaicekonyte, MS
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Air Pollution and Covid-19: A Potential Link?

5 Ways to Learn About Electricity at Home

Find games, puzzles, lesson plans and more from Duke Energy
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You flip the light switch and, like magic, your lights come on and the ceiling fan starts to spin. But, it’s not magic – it’s a complex system of power plants, people and technology that runs every day to make sure we have reliable electricity. Duke Energy has some resources for students of all ages to learn about the magic behind the light switch.

Build your own candy atom

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