Monthly Archives: September 2011

excerpt from Compassion On Sale

http://blog.ups.com/?WT.svl=Footer   http://blog.ups.com/2011/09/29/compassion-on-sale/   Compassion On Sale by Juanita Rilling | 09 / 29 / 2011 Category: Caring for Communities, Global Impact Tags: Center for International Disaster Information, CIDI, clothing, donations, Global Humanitarian Relief, water This guest post is from Juanita … Continue reading

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Out with project funding and in with social entrepreneurship

http://www.guardian.co.uk/higher-education-network/blog/2011/sep/26/university-project-funding-social-entrepreneurship   Out with project funding and in with social entrepreneurship Universities will be better able to secure funding by being socially enterprising, argues Nick Petford below is only a highlight from the article linked above:   In June this … Continue reading

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Living And Working To 100

http://www.fastcompany.com/1781106/living-and-working-to-100   here are some excerpts: Living And Working To 100 BY FC Expert Blogger Alice KorngoldMon Sep 19, 2011 This blog is written by a member of our expert blogging community and expresses that expert's views alone. Shai Reshef … Continue reading

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The Philippines: Dirt Bikes Emerge as Method for Timber Hauling – check out these links

http://pulitzercenter.org/slideshows/philippines-mindanao-agusan-del-sur-logging-industry-extraction-resources The Philippines: Dirt Bikes Emerge as Method for Timber Hauling by  COLEEN JOSE Unregulated logging persists in the Philippines where residents of Agusan del Sur make a living hauling timber by motorcycle. http://pulitzercenter.org/node/9856/education The Philippines: Surviving on Disappearing Natural … Continue reading

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Survey: Peace Corps Alums Say Program Helps U.S. Image, But Falls Short in Development Goals

a_call_to_peace.pdf Download this file Survey: Peace Corps Alums Say Program Helps U.S. Image, But Falls Short in Development Goals By:  VANESSA KO Topics: AFRICA, JOHN F. KENNEDY, NATION, PEACE CORPS, RPCVS, SURVEY,VOLUNEERS Read more: http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/09/19/survey-peace-corps-alums-say-program-helps-u-s-image-but-falls-short-in-development-goals/#ixzz1YS0kcv9C To mark the Peace Corps' 50th anniversary, Civic Enterprises and the National Peace … Continue reading

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Fashion Conscientious: Reese Fernandez-Ruiz is a woman beyond her years.

. Reese Fernandez-Ruiz is a woman beyond her years. At 26, many people are just beginning to find themselves, but Fernandez-Ruiz already has her eyes set on a prize. “I knew what I wanted right from the beginning,” she says.  … Continue reading

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Humanity and nature in a social enterprise

Four years ago, sisters Anna Meloto-Wilk and Camille Meloto were in the United States where they were introduced to a line of all-natural cosmetics and personal care products. They were so impressed that they began researching on the idea of … Continue reading

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