Water and Energy systems are intertwined. Producing one involves the consumption of the other. This relationship is often referred to as the Energy-Water Nexus, and ensuring that those resources are being used efficiently is an important aspect to increasing resilience.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) are essential to the U.S. economy and to sustainable long-term economic growth. STEM education and STEM employment are both crucial.
In March 2014, at the International Women’s Day Forum at the United Nations, the Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative at Harvard Kennedy School (CSRI) and the U.S.
Businesses across the country are working to create healthy communities. To further strengthen the business community’s role in obesity prevention programs, the U.S.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation has issued its annual report for 2014.