Inmates can also be prepared for an entrepreneurial option in the event that they will join mainstream society once more after they have served their sentence. With proper training and personal transformation, inmates could use their entrepreneurial drive to become independent, productive members of the society. Their dignity, hope, and self-esteem would be restored, as well. In fact, when they came to prison, some were already entrepreneurs without them realizing it. They were either drug… Continue
Added by CLARITA O. ESTEBAN on August 31, 2009 at 7:00pm —
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Added by Tamara Henry on August 31, 2009 at 2:05am —
Corporate Volunteering continues to grow in popularity. But what makes an employee volunteer program successful? Participation rates? Stakeholder awareness? The number of walls painted? Want to reap the real benefits of employee volunteering? Alyson Genovese will tell you… Continue
Added by Chris Jarvis on August 30, 2009 at 7:09pm —
Did you know there is more plastic in the ocean than plankton?
Did you know you can stop creating harmful ozone simply by fueling up your car when it's not daylight hours?
MORE PHOTOS:… Continue
Added by Tamara Henry on August 29, 2009 at 4:30pm —
Our government has to be reformed and restructured from the ground up. I think everyone should be fired and people with compassion should be hired. I was reading on the web a few years back and I came across a tv special named "Lord of the Ants" and it facinated me greatly. It was about a scientist name Edward O. Wilson and he is someone that the world needs to listen to. He stated that the world's entire homeless and starving populations could be feed and housed for around 100 billion dollars… Continue
Added by Willie Jones on August 26, 2009 at 8:39am —
Added by Ruben Zamora Martinez on August 26, 2009 at 12:22am —
- 10 ‘Must Have’ sites on CSR.
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- 31 websites with…
Added by Chris Jarvis on August 25, 2009 at 3:30pm —
PCI-Media Impact is participating in GlobalGiving’s Open Challenge, an online fundraising drive, to save one of their most successful social change communications campaigns, which was recently canceled as a result of the June 28 military coup in Honduras.
Agua de Ángel is a multi-faceted communications campaign developed by PCI-Media Impact and their Honduran partner, Red de Desarrollo Sostenible (Sustainable Development Network, in… Continue
Added by David Martel on August 25, 2009 at 11:25am —
- TB kills 2 persons every three minute, nearly 1,000 every day in India. On an average, TB kills more than 300,000 people in India every year. (TBC India, Government of India)
-Over a million cases of Malaria are reported every year in India. This is after a near eradication of malaria through highly organized efforts in the 1950s. (WHO, 2006)
-20 percent of all neo natal deaths in India are due to diarrhoeal diseases (WHO, 2003)
-India ranks 171 out of the 175 countries in the… Continue
Added by CSO Partners on August 25, 2009 at 6:00am —
Morgan Freeman and Tamara Henry aka "Green T"
Tamara Henry (aka "Green T") interviews Morgan Freeman and Glenn Close for CTNGreen and Oceana about the health of our oceans at the August 22nd SeaChange Summer Party in Laguna Beach at Villa Di Sogni estate.
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PRLog (Press Release) – Aug 24, 2009 – Tamara Henry (aka "Green T") was the exclusive celebrity guest interviewer at Villa Di Sogni, the ultra… Continue
Added by Tamara Henry on August 24, 2009 at 2:45pm —
Added by Tamara Henry on August 21, 2009 at 10:27am —
In this small island context the septic tank is the dominant technology. Tourism has developed to the point were loading on the environment is a threat. Large scale infrastructure is not affordable. Pollution comes from a variety of sources. Poor concieved, old setpic in house, hotels with underdimensioned systems, pigs near streams, farming using fertilers.
There are a variety of stakeholders including Ministries of Health, Environment, Planning, Education, households, banks,… Continue
Added by Peter Tierney on August 21, 2009 at 3:02am —
I want to give a shout-out for a neighbor of mine, Rabbi Malka Drucker from Santa Fe, NM, who has published a new book titled Women and Judaism. Beyond an historical record, her book is a hands-on account of how women have influenced the traditionally patriarchal faith. Rabbi Malka writes of the first Bat Mitzvah, how women keep body, mind, and spirit alive, and maintain as role models for future generations. In addition to leading a… Continue
Added by Drew Tulchin on August 20, 2009 at 10:07pm —
The policy mantra in leading up to the planned December, 2009 Copenhagen negotiations on a global climate agreement has been "common but differentiated responsibilities." This refers to the important inclusion of several critical fast-growing and large emerging markets in the agreement; unlike that of the Kyoto Protocol. Climate change analysts are looking forward to the reopening of genuine talks on establishing emission caps; nonetheless, there is some trepidation among many going into these… Continue
Added by Jane Ginn on August 20, 2009 at 8:00pm —
We need a lot of social enterprises in India. It can really help change India. Scalability of a social enterprise is what really distinguishes it from NGOs. The focus on solving a social problem is what distinguishes it from Companies. It will help a lot if the international community helps with development of social enterprises in India. Not only can they help with funds but with ideas, mentoring, execution, networking etc. This is a call to groups like NeST to come and setup their shops in… Continue
Added by Surya Prakash Loonker on August 20, 2009 at 5:54pm —
As Afghanistan prepares for national elections, voting in recent years at the local community level has paved the way for thousands of small scale development projects.
In 2003, the new Afghan government that came to power in 2001 after the defeat of the Taliban, launched an ambitious rural development initiative - The National Solidarity Program or NSP - to improve the lives of millions of Afghans.
Watch this video and learn more about… Continue
Added by joanie bergeron poudrier on August 20, 2009 at 11:31am —
If you’re not a hardcore greenie who can afford to spend money on solar roofing, organic vegetables for every meal, or high-end eco-friendly soaps and detergents, you can still find a way to completely change the way your family impacts the environment: recycling. You may already recycle newspapers, plastic bags and soda cans, but unless you’ve embraced a “vintage” lifestyle, you’re probably missing out on the best that recycling has to offer. From… Continue
Added by joanie bergeron poudrier on August 20, 2009 at 11:16am —
Virtual world is an inevitable fact and all the times you are faced with something new. Most of the people as well as the businesses, at first resist, then look and finally follow and join to them. eMarketingPlanet is one of them.
is an international multi language online exhibition. It is almost the same as real exhibition, however, there are some differences:
In real exhibition:
- You… Continue
Added by Daryoush Ashtari on August 20, 2009 at 6:42am —
I am interested in innovations made across the globe in linking farmers in rainfed areas with the markets to increase value realisation for the farmers. Continue
Added by Bindumadhav on August 19, 2009 at 6:56pm —
- By 2020, between 75 and 250 million people in Africa are projected to be exposed to an increase of water stress due to climate change.
- By the 2080s, many million people are projected to be flooded every year due to sea-level rise. The numbers affected will be largest in the mega-deltas of Asia and Africa while small islands are especially vulnerable.
- The most vulnerable settlements and societies are those in coastal and river flood plains.
- Glacier melt in the Himalayas is… Continue
Added by CSO Partners on August 18, 2009 at 1:58am —