Global assessment of best practices in green growth reveals pathways for success

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SJF Invests in Validic: SJF Ventures March 2014 Bulletin

  We are pleased to share sjf Ventures’ March 2014 Bulletin.  The fund recently invested in Validic, a mobile data provider for healthcare companies.  sjf also helped lead a $28 million Series C financing of Aseptia.  Please read about these items and other SJF-related activities below.   Sincerely, The SJF …

Business Leaders Continue Call to Action on U.S. Climate Policy by Signing the Climate Declaration

http://www.ceres.org/press/press-releases/business-leaders-continue-call-to-action-on-u.s.-climate-policy-by-signing-the-climate-declaration FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Business Leaders Continue Call to Action on U.S. Climate Policy by Signing the Climate Declaration The Weather Company, K2 Sports and Others Join More Than 600 Companies in Push for National Action on Climate Change For more information, contact ·        Brian Bowen — Ceres | [email protected] | phone: 617-247-0700 x 148 | cell: 617-257-6626 BOSTON, MA Jul 10, …

New Arctic Forests Pose Climate Change Problems

WHAT WE’RE FOLLOWING New Arctic Forests Pose Climate Change Problems Bringing forests back has long been though to help combat climate change. Trees absorb the most common greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide, helping to pull the heat-trapping gas from the atmosphere, the logic goes. This is why forests are usually expected …

Ban Stresses Power of Information Technology to Facilitate Sustainable Development

New York, May 17 2012  2:05PM Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today emphasized the need to optimize the use of information and communications technology (ICT) to support sustainable development. “By gathering, disseminating and analyzing information, we can accelerate action to protect natural resources, combat climate change and help vulnerable people, including women and girls,” Mr. Ban …