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Land Betterment Corporation Set to Present at the 2020 Indiana Sustainability and Resilience Conference

View Company’s agenda and slide presentation as they discuss aligning corporate missions with sustainability
Press Release

FISHERS, Ind., August 31, 2020 /3BL Media/ Land Betterment Corporation (“Land Betterment” or the “Company”), an environmental solutions company fostering positive impact through upcycling former coal mining sites to create sustainable community development and job creation, is excited to participate at the inaugural Indiana Sustainability and Resilience Conference on Tuesday, September 1, 2020 from 1:30 – 2:30 PM ET on September 1, 2020, and to lead a discussion on how to efficiently and effectively align corporate missions with sustainability goals and a forward-looking business strategy. 

Social Media for Social Good: Raising Awareness of Jordan's Water Crisis

Leveraging social media to address misconceptions of water usage and promote simple, inexpensive water conservation in Jordan
Blog

This piece was collaboratively written by Tetra Tech’s Maha Dergham, David Favazza, and Sofian Qurashi, members of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Jordan Water Management Initiative (WMI) team.

This post originally ran on GlobalWaters.

Supporting Kosovo's Agricultural Transformation

Changing the mindset of market actors to transition Kosovo’s agriculture sector from subsistence farming to a commercially oriented system
Blog

Tetra Tech’s International Development Agriculture and Economic Growth team collaboratively wrote this piece with Mark Wood.

This post originally ran on AgriLinks.

UPS Longitudes | Circular Solutions in a COVID-19 World

Patrick Browne @ UPS
Article

As demand for sustainable packaging solutions reached its apex, the COVID-19 pandemic seemed to stall progress as disposable gloves and single-use shopping bags returned to even the most sustainable consumers’ homes.

The annual celebration of Plastic-Free July last month felt a bit ironic as single-use solutions remained necessary to protect health and safety in this unprecedented moment in time.

UPS Longitudes | Building a More Resilient Supply Chain: Part II

Amit Prasad @ Coyote Logistics
Article

Editor’s Note: This is part two in a two-part series. If you missed part one, check it out here.

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every part of the global supply chain — from procurement and logistics to manufacturing and warehousing.

UPS Longitudes | Building a More Resilient Supply Chain: Part I

Amit Prasad @ Coyote Logistics
Article

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every part of the global supply chain — from procurement and logistics to manufacturing and warehousing.

This guide explores the far-reaching implications of this global crisis on key areas of supply chain operations, including: sourcing and procurement, manufacturing, warehousing and distribution and transportation and logistics.

It also identifies current trends and outlines strategies to support your business on the long road to economic recovery.

UPS Longitudes | Food Is the Best Antidote to Chaos

Barron Segar @ World Food Program USA
Article

During my organization’s more than 50-year history, we have witnessed countless disasters and responded to famines, cyclones, earthquakes and wars that devastated communities and left trails of hunger and poverty in their wake.

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), the world’s leading hunger-relief organization, is no stranger to crises — but we have never seen anything like the coronavirus pandemic.

UPS Longitudes | We Need More Eco-Friendly Packaging in Healthcare

James McGoff @ TemperPack
Article

Progress is a wonderful thing. Data shows us that people today are collectively more healthy, literate and environmentally conscious than at any point in human history.

Technology has driven much of this progress. The rate of technological change can sometimes feel overwhelming, but we nearly 8 billion humans need the most advanced thinking possible if we’re going to thrive on a crowded planet with limited resources.

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