No. 29 is a NYC-based boutique media relations firm founded by Erin Allweiss and Melody Serafino. We get fired up about companies,
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world, to platforms and conferences that are changing the way people experience stories, to an investment fund protecting our
oceans and a real estate developer with an unwavering dedication to sustainability, impact can take many shapes. These are the
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Artificial Intelligence Takes Spotlight at Consumer Electronics ShowFebruary 1, 2018CES 2018, the biggest electronics show in the world, is underway in Las Vegas, and this year the focus is on artificial intelligence that could soon change your life. NBC business correspondent Jo Ling Kent reports for TODAY.
Trending: New Tools, Rules, Partnerships Take Food Waste, Hunger Head OnFebruary 1, 2018ReFED, a multi-stakeholder nonprofit committed to reducing food waste in the US, has launched the Retail Food Waste Action Guide, a new tool to support grocery retailers in developing and implementing food waste reduction strategies. The guide, which was developed in partnership with Deloitte Consulting and the Food Waste Reduction Alliance (FWRA), finds that food waste represents an $18.2 billion opportunity for grocery retailers.
San Francisco Startup Nabs $55 Million to Expand Solar in AfricaFebruary 1, 2018Off Grid Electric, a San Francisco-based company that develops rooftop solar and battery systems in Africa, has raised $55 million as it expands into Ghana.
Target, Zara, and Others Have Agreed to Map their Chinese Factories’ Pollution in Real TimeFebruary 1, 2018A new joint project by the Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs (IPE)—a leading environmental NGO in China—and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is making it easier for clothing labels, and eventually even shoppers, to keep an eye on that pollution.
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