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Earth Day Global March for Science

Earth Day Global March for Science

The importance of science is the rallying point for activities on Earth Day’s 47th anniversary, Saturday April 22. Earth Day 2017 will open in grand resistance style with a worldwide March for Science to counter the denial of well-established climate science and other scientific facts affecting the environment.

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Strategic Planning, Project Support and M&E

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A project can only be successful if all of its objectives are fully met and if the project succeeds in creating positive long term change in targeted settings. Maximpact discusses how strategic planning, project support and M&E are part of that success.

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What Challenges do NGO’s face and what are the solutions?

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  MAXIMPACT BLOG March 20, 2017 Maximpact.com Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) refer to highly diverse groups of enterprises engaged in a wide spectrum of non-profit activities. The focus of NGOs can range from humanitarian and rural development to assisting local startups and businesses. There are roughly 3.7 million NGOs worldwide with an estimated 2 million of them in […]

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Green Bond Surge Expands

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The market for Green Bonds is developing rapidly, proving effective at channeling money into environmental projects. Offering insights into this fledgling, but fast-growing, market, “Environmental Finance,” has just announced its latest Green Bond Award winners.

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A Child’s Right to Savings

A Childs Right to Savings

Gone are the days when the only financial education a child would receive was a piggy bank with a coin or two tucked through the slot. Now young people, even street kids, can have access to e-banking thanks to an award-winning social entrepreneur from India.

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Pesticide Alarm

Pesticide Alarm

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has reversed its decision to protect children from developmental disabilities and autism resulting from exposure to a neurotoxic pesticide that was scheduled to be banned in March.

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Boost Your Productivity, Take a Break

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Research shows that “when the brain can think positively, productivity improves by 31 percent, sales increase by 37 percent, and creativity and revenues can triple.” That said, where can eco-conscious travelers go to enjoy a relaxing, trip, without the guilt trip? Many thousands of places.

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4 Tips For Finding A Career Mentor

4 _tips For Finding A Career Mentor

By Lauren Davenport, CEO and founder of The Symphony Agency It’s not unusual for careers to get off to wobbly starts as young people, hampered by their lack of experience and contacts, find it difficult to achieve a firm footing. That’s one reason they should make it a goal to find mentors who could help […]

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Biotech Explosion Could ‘Overwhelm’ Regulators

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Human organs-on-chips, implantable biosensors, cowless meat made by culturing animal cells, plastics grown by plants for industrial use – these are just a few of the genetically engineered products under development in labs across the United States.

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Transforming Africa

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Following a meeting with G20 finance ministers and central bank governors on Sunday in Baden Baden, World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim announced a record US$57 billion in financing for Sub-Saharan African countries over the next three years.

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Our Drying Planet

Our Drying Planet

“The water crisis is sneaking up on humanity unawares. People turn on the tap and assume clean, safe water will always flow. But the reality is that supplies are already critical for 4.2 billion people – over half the world’s population…”

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