ING Gives $25,000 Scholarship; The BSR Conference Announces New Speakers; Be Green Packaging Votes for GMO Labeling - CSR Minute for September 6, 2012
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ING US has presented $25,000 in scholarship funding to the New York City Investment Divas, girls who participated in the ING Investment Challenge. The group produced a 54 percent return on a virtual, $50,000 dollar investment portfolio that it managed over the last three years as part of an integrated investment and economic literary curriculum.
The BSR Conference 2012 has announced new speakers for its 20th anniversary meeting, to take place in October in New York. Those named to the agenda include the Executive Vice President of Brazil’s Native Organic Products, the CEO of Social Finance, and the Corporate and Government Affairs President of the Manpower Group.
Be Green Packaging is urging Californians to vote “yes” on Proposition 37, to label all genetically modified foods. Be Green’s products are verified by the Non-GMO Project, an organization which certifies products which are found to be free of all GM contaminants.
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