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Welcome to the 2013 What’s Your Story? Video Contest

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For the last 3 years, we’ve been asking young people across the US and Canada to tell us in 2 minutes or less their stories about safe, responsible technology use.  They’ve responded with enthusiasm and creativity;  they’ve entertained and moved us.

Our contest themes have varied each year: from online privacy to bullying to keeping online information safe.  Each time, we’ve seen a range of responses: how social networks are used, how cell phones are misused, or how bullying makes people feel and act, for better or worse.

A Social Business Goal: Making Color Printing More Green

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By Michael_Thacker

Hewlett-Packard's ink cartridges promise a clear, sharp and vivid range of color. Anyone who has ever printed out a picture from a little league game or a document in the office knows this!

The Ravens Aren't the Only Ones Celebrating

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As the Ravens revel in the Super Bowl win and fans everywhere recover from the festivities, mGive celebrates another type of victory. On February 3, during Super Bowl XLVII, the Wounded Warrior Project tapped into the tendency of football fans everywhere to have their phones in-hand and asked viewers to become everyday philanthropists by making a $10 text donation.

Cancer – Did You Know?: World Cancer Day Takes on Myths About Cancer

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There is hardly a family that has not had a brush with cancer. We all know someone who has been fighting cancer, survived, or died from the disease. As a result, we tend look at cancer through our personal experience and often lose sight of the big picture. That is why today, on World Cancer Day, the Union for International Cancer Control, which is organizing it, is focusing on dispelling myths about the disease. Myths that cancer is just a health issue, for example.

SiMPACT Strategy Group: Pulling Off the Impossible

As told to Chris Allsop from Advantage Magazine
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Stephanie Robertson, president of SiMPACT Strategy Group, founded her company in 2004. Having helped companies in the UK such as Shell, Vodafone, and Friends Provident better think through their CSR and community investment programs, Robertson wanted to bring her experience to bear in Canada. To this end, SiMPACT, which has eight people and offices in Calgary and Toronto, works with organizations to understand, value, maximize, and better communicate their social impact.

Bringing Social Innovation a Little Closer to Home

Beth Shiroishi, Vice President, Sustainability & Philanthropy at AT&T Reflects on 2012
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By: Beth Shiroishi, Vice President, Sustainability & Philanthropy

Some parts of my job are so great that I really can’t help but talk about them.

Eastman Recognized as Company of the Year by Chemical and Engineering News

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February 4, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Chemical and Engineering News (C&EN) recently recognized Eastman Chemical Company as Company of the Year based on strong progress in integrating Solutia and the company’s commitment to technology and research and development (R&D).

Why Company Collaboration on Shipping Emissions is Increasingly Significant

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Leading global companies are setting ambitious targets to reduce carbon emissions from their logistics networks. How can collaboration play a role in more sustainable ocean shipping and transport? And how can companies understand and manage their environmental impacts?

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Leading global companies are setting ambitious targets to reduce carbon emissions from their logistics networks. How can collaboration play a role in more sustainable ocean shipping and transport? And how can companies understand and manage their environmental impacts?

Think Differently About the Social Cost of Your Giving Program

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Many people and most programs are passionately addressing a wide variety of important causes, pillars and social issues, measuring the effectiveness of charities, social return on investment, impact, sustainability, etc.

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