A white paper authored by Nick Schulz, who serves as a National Chamber Foundation (NCF) Scholar and the DeWitt Wallace Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and unveiled today by NCF is part of a grow
With the judging period for the Siemens Sustainability Community awards currently underway, sustinability is on our minds at BCLC. It's the perfect time to look into how companies, not just communities, are creating a more sustainable world.
A recent study by Giovanni Peri, an economist at the University of California-Davis, found that immigration has no effect on poverty rates and in fact has increased employment among native-born Americans from 2000-2009:
Marine Corps Lance Corporal Matias Ferreira, age 22 and an Atlanta native, lost both of his legs 11 months ago while serving in Afghanistan. His recovery took place at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, just outside of Washington, D.C. Now LCpl Ferreira walks -- and runs -- on prosthetic legs.
AMD's director of corporate responsibility, Tim Mohin, posted an editorial in AMD's most recent e-update suggesting that sustainability is a way to drive employee engagement within companies.
Here's what Mohin had to say: