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Gwen Ruta, the Environmental Defense Fund's Director of Corporate Partnerships, speaks about the Nano Risk Framework published by the Fund in partnership with Dupont.
This video shows how the American Environmental Defense Fund and FedEx Express collaborated in a project to develop hybrid diesel-electric technology in an attempt to decrease pollution and increase fuel efficiency.
Many women in Cambodia risk losing their jobs when they become pregnant. But most textile factories monitored by the ILO's Better Factories Cambodia programme now offer maternity protection to their employees.
The poor have suffered as they have little knowledge of their rights and entitlements and lack the collective strength to raise their voices. The outreach of the social protection schemes are quite limited due to lack of correct information, optimum community ignorance, lack of accountability of...
Literacy ratio in the coastal fishing villages has remained one of the lowest in the Odisha state, marine fishing communities keep giving very low priority to girl child education. Indeed, female children as little as four year old can be seen engaged in domestic chores and other production...
Timberland partnered with CARE to offer a program focusing on improving the quality of life for production workers of our factory partners.
Royal Climate Care is an Indian company that provides services relating to energy, the environment, climate change, carbon markets and sustainable development.
In 2006, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) approached Allianz to work together on a market potential study to analyse the demand, acceptability and affordability of microinsurance products.
Some big businesses are currently active in the social business and enterprise sector using their skills to help entrepreneurs improve their business skills.
5th Pillar, an Indian NGO, came up with the idea of printing a zero rupee currency note as a tool to help Indians achieve the goal of zero corruption. The note is a way for people to say NO to corruption without the fear of facing an encounter with persons in authority.