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How Growing Cities Become Vicious to Sustainable Development - Conservation Psychology

How Growing Cities Become Vicious to Sustainable Development - Conservation Psychology

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Conservation has a difficult relationship with population in big cities of today’s World on one hand; and desperate rural mass of the World and their growing need for basic demand for housing, water and food on the other hand. City life despite of inherent risk, decease, and dangers has tendency to attract rural mass that contribute to over… Continue

Added by Vinyask on February 6, 2009 at 4:59pm — No Comments

My Credo in Life

I believe in Country. As I was born a Filipino, I must contribute to my Country’s betterment. Thus, I am a proponent for the Private Sector's active role in Countrywide Development & in Philippine Exports, as well as, for Good Governance in the Public Sector;

I believe in the Filipino. His Malay origin, blended mostly with Chinese, Spanish & American influences, has transformed him to become an International Man. His many talents enable him to adapt and to excel… Continue

Added by manilaman on February 6, 2009 at 12:14pm — No Comments

Corporate Social Responsibility Legislation On The Way

A new "revolutionary" bill is on the way. One senator has come up with a bill that will compel every company in Nigeria to devote 3.5 per cent of its gross profit to what he terms "corporate social responsibility". - Osebumere Odia…


Added by Chris Jarvis on February 5, 2009 at 11:40am — 4 Comments

Is Community Service the New Green?

One of the latest trends to hit the advertising market is the process of rebuilding neighborhoods and promoting community service through advertising. TrueNorth nut snacks, Kellogg's Frosted Flakes, Starbucks and Scholastic, in conjunction with FAO Schwartz have placed the community at the forefront of their marketing messages.

A focus on the community “is in the air,” said Simon Sinek, president of Sinek Partners brand consultancy. “With President Obama we are ushering in an era of… Continue

Added by Kenneth Westling on February 5, 2009 at 2:20am — No Comments

Coke to Omit 'Classic'

So long Coke Classic! I always thought the Coke classic look gave the cans and bottles a vintage look to them, which I liked. Coke has already begun to remove the word from several bottles and it is looking to have them all removed by June.

As Pepsi just recently changed their logo, the ongoing cola war is starting up again. Coke is trying to refresh the brand's image because of a decline in sales in the company's home market.

"While still by far the nation's…


Added by Kenneth Westling on February 5, 2009 at 2:00am — No Comments

How do you know you're listening to your clients in the most effective way?

Listening is circular, and ends with the originating speaker receiving a message they need to respond to. There is a speaker and a listener, a message maker and a message receiver. And without a Sender and a Receiver, there is no message. Indeed, the definition of a communication includes having a sender and a receiver. In my humble opinion, listening is the most important part of a communication, because if we don’t hear what is being said, there are no grounds for… Continue

Added by Sharon Drew Morgen on February 4, 2009 at 3:00pm — No Comments

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