Enbridge Announces Line 3 is Complete, Oil Will Flow on Friday

Details By Darren Thompson September 30, 2021 MINNEAPOLIS.—Enbridge Inc. announced on Wednesday that construction on its Line 3 pipeline in Minnesota is “substantially complete” and oil is expected to start flowing by Friday. The pipeline’s Canadian, North Dakota and Wisconsin segments were finished earlier this year, and the Canadian andContinue Reading

At UN Food Systems Summit, Did Business Show It Is Serious About Addressing the Crises Facing Global Food Systems?

At UN Food Systems Summit, Did Business Show It Is Serious About Addressing the Crises Facing Global Food Systems? by Nora Mardirossian and Kimathi Muiruri |September 30, 2021 Global food systems face a mounting series of crises. Millions around the world still suffer from hunger compounded by nutrient-poor diets. IndustrialContinue Reading

From the FSJ Archive: Diplomacy and the Environment

Many battles have been waged domestically between the polluters and the new federal control agency set up on Dec. 2, 1970—the Environmental Protection Agency. Additional laws have been passed, and enforced or tested in the courts. … Overseas the United States assumed an early leadership starting in 1971 as itsContinue Reading

Brian Stokes Mitchell To Host Arts + Business Partnership Awards

Americans for the Arts today announced the recipients of this year’s national Arts + Business Partnership Awards, recognizing six U.S. companies, an arts and business partnership, and a business leader for their exceptional commitment to the arts. The awards will be presented by Americans for the Arts on October 15,Continue Reading

From paints to plastics, price hikes and shortages

In an economy upended by the coronavirus, shortages and price spikes have hit everything from lumber to computer chips. Not even toilet paper escaped. Now, they’re cutting into one of the humblest yet most vital links in the global manufacturing supply chain: The plastic pellets that go into a vastContinue Reading

Meet the people keeping fit while caring for the environment

Exercising in a gym is good, said Costa Rican-Israeli Daniel Campos Putterman. But even better is exercising outside – while picking up trash. And his public benefit company, Environmental Fitness, has launched a social media campaign to make collecting litter just as cool as Cross Fit. Putterman, 35, has combinedContinue Reading

PolyU signs MoU with three strategic partners in support of "GBA PolyVentures 2025"

HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – 30 September 2021 – The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) today signed memoranda of understanding (MoU) with three strategic partners to further propel the “GBA PolyVentures 2025” blueprint laid down by the University to leverage PolyU’s experience in innovation and entrepreneurship education to provide the necessaryContinue Reading