ArtPlace America, a public-private partnership that works to position arts and culture as a core sector of comprehensive community planning and development, has announced grants totaling $11 million to twenty-nine creative placemaking projects in...
Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York has long been a champion of anti-smoking efforts in the United States. He signed into law an act banning smoking in bars and restaurants and increased the tax on cigarettes.
Launched by Bloomberg Philanthropies in April 2015, What Works Cities (WWC) is a national initiative to help a hundred-plus mid-sized American cities enhance their use of data and evidence. The initiative is administered by Results for America (RfA).
Post-conflict countries can, and often do, remain in disarray long after the bullets stop flying. NGOs working in these regions attempting to get resources to where they’re needed are often met with a severe lack of data.
The graduates of the training program through the non-profit, Bloomberg Philanthropies supported Relationship Coffee Institute are providing the Marriott with locally grown coffee from their own coffee cooperatives.
Cities and corporations are increasingly working together to address climate change — and finding these partnerships present “huge economic opportunities” for both the public and private sectors, according to a CDP report released today.
Announced during the U.S.-Africa Business Forum, the grant will enable an additional twenty thousand women to benefit from and participate in Africa's economic growth through training programs and access to the region's coffee market.