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Why is there an emerging consciousness on the part of corporations to do more than just conduct business in the usual way? Why are businesses visibly making a conscious effort to shed tunnel vision and edge closer to inclusive, collaborative relationships with non-business actors? Does business really have a business beyond business? These are questions that many professionals and business leaders ask themselves. The most obvious answer seems that business not only sees…Continue
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Hello !?! Solidarity is calling...Let's wake up and Make it Better !
An Ethical label has been created for companies who help the forgotten
In everyday life, most of us would like to help those in need… but we never take action Solidarity organisations are developing vital projects… but are helpless without funds
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Aspiring and planning to move forward in days to come for contributing in shaping the Green Economy initiative of Dubai, UAE, SynergY youth group of children and youth from across UAE gather more support from Eco conscious brands like Timberland and continue to plant 55 more trees in Jebel Ali. SynergY youth group organized a Big Plant-for–the-Planet Academy at The Address Dubai Marina Hotel and planted 120 trees near landfill supported by Dubai Municipality. …Continue
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Omantel announced the launch of its first 'Sustainability Report' at a special gala event yesterday that was held at Omantel headquarters under the auspices of Yahya bin Said Al Jabri, chairman of Special Economic Zone at Duqm (SEZD) Authority and chairman of the Capital Market Authority (CMA).
A number of VIPs and senior executives attended the event.
The theme of the first sustainability report 'Because We Care' mirrors…
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On the occasion of handing the donations to the three associations, a roundtable organized by Alfa brought together Alfa Chairman and CEO, Engineer Marwan Hayek, and people in charge at these associations, namely: Mrs. Afifa Arsanios, President of SOS Children's Villages, Mrs. Fadia Safi, President and General Director of Sesobel, and Mrs.
Arwa Halawi, President of the Lebanese Autism Society. The roundtable saw the discussion of the current situation of these…
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For the third year running, Qatargas has extended support to the US-based Children’s Brain Tumour Foundation (CBTF) and participated in its annual benefit dinner organised by the charity recently in New York City.
The CBTF is a non-profit organisation, which was founded in 1988 in the United States to improve the treatment, quality of life and the long-term outlook for children with brain and spinal cord tumours through research, support, education and advocacy for…
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Emirates Aluminium (EMAL) has taken part in major regional and international conferences and forums to share its wealth of experience and successes in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
Senior figures from EMAL were on hand to showcase the industrial flagship's impressive record in the field of CSR at recent events in Abu Dhabi.
EMAL was the Gold Sponsor of the "Philanthropy in Education and Responsible Social Giving: When Giving is a…
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It is high time there was a unified standard for green buildings — structures designed, constructed, and operated to minimise environmental impacts — in the UAE, an expert said during the Performance of Green Buildings Focus Day at the Sheraton Hotel on Monday.
Organised by the Emirates Green Building Council (Emirates GBC), the conference discussed the gaps between design, construction, operations, and maintenance of green…
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