TBHF has provided over 647,000 beneficiaries in 10 nations with health, education and emergency aid 29/10/2017 — SHARJAH, United Arab Emirates — (BUSINESS WIRE) In a significant step to bolster […]
03/05/2017 — SHARJAH, United Arab Emirates — (BUSINESS WIRE) The Sustainable Development Foundation (SDF) in Yemen has been awarded USD 100,000 in recognition of its humanitarian efforts to save lives […]
Challenge Enables Unprecedented Access to Data and Tools from Leading Companies to Generate New Climate Solutions 09/03/2017 — NEW YORK — (BUSINESS WIRE) Global Pulse, the United Nations innovation initiative […]
27/01/2017 — MOUGINS, France — (BUSINESS WIRE) The sprawling estate and final home of Pablo Picasso in Mougins, France was sold for an undisclosed sum to Brunei financier Rayo Withanage. […]
15/12/2016 — CINCINNATI — (BUSINESS WIRE) The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG) today released its first-ever Citizenship Report, detailing progress in reducing its environmental footprint, improving social conditions for those […]
Prominent Business and Thought Leaders Present Solutions to the Pope on How the Private Sector Can Be a Driving Force in Ending Poverty and Creating a More Sustainable World 03/12/2016 […]
Featuring displays of culture from Tohoku and Tokyo, will be the first major event held in the Toranomon area, the new cultural and commercial heart of Tokyo 13/10/2016 — TOKYO […]
On the side lines of the 71st UN General Assembly in New York 19/09/2016 — NEW YORK — (BUSINESS WIRE) The NCD Alliance yesterday evening announced that the second Global […]
The Coca-Cola Company today announced the 2015 winners of the Coca-Cola Shaping a Better Future Grant Challenge – a competition exclusively for members of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Community. Global Shapers are young leaders between 20 and 30 years old who are organized into a network of nearly 500 city-based hubs. For the competition, Global Shapers launch projects that address the world’s most challenging issues, with the opportunity to win seed money to expand their initiatives.
The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG) released its 17th annual sustainability report today, detailing the progress it is making to reduce its environmental footprint and improve social conditions for those in need. The report reinforces the Company’s commitment to operating sustainably and details the progress against the Company’s long-term vision of producing products that consumers love while maximizing the conservation of resources, powering all its plants with 100% renewable energy, using 100% renewable or recycled materials for all products and packaging and having zero consumer and manufacturing waste go to landfill.