Upon announcing the 5th-ever round of finalists in the annual Siemens Sustainable Community Awards, today BCLC founder and executive director called American cities "hotbeds of social and environmental innovation."
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Boston is one of America's oldest cities, with a rich economic and social history.
By Michael Dupee, Vice President of CSR, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
If you are planning to submit a nomination for the 2010 Siemens Sustainable Awards, please note the application deadline is extended until Feb. 12th (original deadline – Jan. 31).
I recently interviewed Daniel Horgan, Community Affairs at Capital One. The focus of our interview was on the company’s pro bono support of nonprofit organizations and small businesses.
I recently interviewed Mike Messner of Seminole Management Company about the company's involvement with Redfields to Greenfields.
BCLC: Can you describe the driving force behind Redfields to Greenfields?
One in six Americans live in so-called “food insecure” homes. That means one in six Americans is seriously hungry, likely under-nourished or malnourished, and doesn’t know when they’ll have their next meal.
New Jersey is the first U.S. state to have a comprehensive municipal sustainability program that links certification with strong state and private financial incentives and a technical support and training program.
By Mark D'Alessio
Last month the U.S. Chamber hosted its annual Small Business Summit, and I was pleased to be there on behalf of BCLC to meet some of the most charitable and high-impact business owners our nation has.