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SAP Employees Donate $50,000 to STEM-Focused Non-Profits

Promoting education and developing STEM skills among youth is a key focus for SAP workers!

SOURCE: SAP

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More than 8,000 votes decided how funds from SAP would go to local non-profits.

One of the top 20 corporate donors in Silicon Valley, SAP invited employees to distribute $50,000 among three organizations focused on building STEM skills in youth.

In a two-week voting sprint, employees reached out to their extended networks to build support for their non-profit of choice.

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Original source: Patch

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GM Reducing Environmental Impact in a Variety of Ways

The Green Samaritan is electric over the next-gen Chevrolet Volt and Chevy’s Bolt EV Concept.

SOURCE: General Motors

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I was recently given the opportunity to be a part of a group of bloggers invited by General Motors to attend the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, Mich.

On my blog, The Green Samaritan, I gather and share advice and resources for living the green lifestyle, so I jumped at the opportunity to see the behind the scenes auto show action – especially since I heard rumors Chevrolet might reveal a new electric vehicle.

Fresh from an exciting and informative week in Detroit, my mind is racing.

I’m both a full-time mom and blogger, so I went in to this experience with plenty of questions. I currently drive a crossover SUV, but I’m in the market for something a little more environmentally friendly. As a busy mom with two boys and a wide array of sports gear to lug around, along with all the groceries that fill-up the trunk each week, I wanted to know what vehicle would help me get around while reducing my environmental impact? Can I sacrifice space for sustainability?

When we arrived on the show floor, James Bell, GM’s Consumer Affairs director, gave our group a tour and talked about the future of the industry. While we were at NAIAS, Chevrolet revealed the next generation Volt, which is an even more committed step toward electrification by increasing the range from 38 miles on a fully charged battery to 50 miles.

Reducing the size and weight of the battery packs is another significant step to greater efficiency. It’s a real balancing act to achieve a stylish look on the vehicles while being fuel-efficient. By making the car weigh less, this balancing act is made a little easier.

The surprise announcement of the Chevy Bolt EV Concept, described by GM CEO Marry Barra, as an “EV for everyone” with a price point of around $30,000 after incentives, clearly shows GM’s desire to make this type of vehicle attainable for all.

These efficient vehicles are built at facilities with sustainability practices as well. From their landfill-free facilities to the reuse of the Volt battery cases for duck houses, GM is reducing its environmental impact. When I asked Sharon Basel, manager of environment and energy communications, about employee engagement in green initiatives, I learned sustainability goals are part of and as important as their other goals such as production, safety and financial.

John Bradburn, GM’s global manager of waste reduction, came up with the idea to repurpose Volt battery cases into duck houses, which is a clever and meaningful reuse of an unlikely item. With only 2,500 or so scaly-sided merganser ducks left, this reuse is making a big difference in successful breeding efforts.

As I reflect back on my experience at NAIAS, it seems GM has mapped out a path for me to follow towards a greener, cleaner world. I look forward to seeing what GM brings to NAIAS next year and hope to see the Bolt at my local dealership in the future.


 

Jeanne Blaisdell is the founder and publisher of The Green Samaritan blog, which gathers and shares the best advice, resources and tips for clean, green, and healthy living.

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KEYWORDS: Energy, GM, General Motors, 2016 Chevrolet Volt, Chevrolet Bolt, Green Samaritan, NAIAS, North American International Auto Show, EV

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High Speed Chargers Bring EV’s One Step Closer to Mainstream

by RP Siegel

SOURCE: Justmeans

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In the year 1906, Ray Stannard Baker wrote the following passage about automobiles in the book The Boy’s Book of Inventions: Stories of the Wonders of Modern Science.

“The electric vehicle which has had its most successful development in this country has its well-defined advantages and disadvantages. It is simpler in construction and more easily managed than any other vehicle: one manufacturer calls it ‘fool proof.’ It is wholly without odor or vibrations and practically noiseless. It will make any permissible rate of speed and climb any ordinary hill. On the other hand, it is immensely heavy, owing to the use of storage batteries; it can run only a limited distance without recharging…”

He goes on to say, “Indeed, all the manufacturers of electric vehicles speak with the confidence of the day when the whole of the United States will be as thoroughly sprinkled with electric charging stations as it is today with bicycle road-houses.”

A hundred years ago we were at a crossroads similar to the one we find ourselves at today, with electric vehicles vying against gasoline-powered cars. Back then, the choice was made, influenced by a good deal of lobbying and maneuvering by the oil industry. The fact that gasoline powered cars were also cheaper and didn’t have the range issues of electrics also helped to tip the scales.

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RP Siegel, author and inventor, shines a powerful light on numerous environmental and technological topics. He has been published in business and technical journals and has written three books. His third, co-authored with Roger Saillant, is Vapor Trails, an eco-thriller that is being adapted for the big screen. RP is a professional engineer – and a prolific inventor, with 50 patents, numerous awards, and several commercial products. He is president of Rain Mountain LLC and is an active environmental advocate in his hometown of Rochester, N.Y. In addition to Justmeans, he writes for Triple Pundit, ThomasNet News, and Energy Viewpoints, occasionally contributing to Mechanical Engineering, Strategy + Business, and Huffington Post. 

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KEYWORDS: Energy, Business & Trade, electric vehicles, BMW, VW, ChargePoint, Ray Stannard Baker, Chevy Bolt, Shai Agassi, Better Place, Toyota, Tesla, CHAdeMO, J1772, Chevy Spark EV, BMW i3, Justmeans, 3bl media llc

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Sigma-Aldrich® Named One of the Top 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World for the Second Consecutive Year

Sigma-Aldrich, recognized for its sustainability efforts in St. Louis and around the world, takes the 38th spot as one of only 20 American companies to make the list

SOURCE: Sigma-Aldrich Corporation

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ST. LOUIS, Jan. 26, 2015 /3BL Media/ — Sigma-Aldrich Corporation (Nasdaq: SIAL) was named today to the 2015 Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World (Global 100) Index, a recognition that identifies the top overall sustainability performers in their respective industrial sectors. Announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, by the Corporate Knights, a Toronto-based media and investment advisory company, Sigma-Aldrich is one of only 20 American companies to receive this distinction and is the only St. Louis-based company on the list.

“We are a Company that believes every small change makes a big difference: much like the heart of our work, which is to produce chemicals, biochemicals and other products that are often the building blocks of something bigger,” said Rakesh Sachdev, Sigma-Aldrich President and CEO. “Because we are at the inception of many scientific discoveries, we have a responsibility to use our greatest skill, a passion for science, to create a cleaner, healthier and safer world. That is why we are proud to receive this important award as a testament to our sustainability efforts in the communities where we live and work.”

The Global 100 is determined using twelve quantitative sustainability indicators that run the gamut from the amount of revenue companies generate per unit of energy consumed, innovation capacity and lost-time injury rate. Sigma-Aldrichwas selected from a starting universe of 4,609 listed companies with a market capitalization greater than $2 billion (USD).

“It is a huge honor to receive this global recognition for the second year in a row, putting our Company at the pinnacle of sustainability,” said 
Jeffrey Whitford, Sigma-Aldrich Global Citizenship Manager. “It gives our employees great pride to know that we are creating real, measurable change and that we are leading our peers in the region and around the globe.”

While the Company was evaluated on several criteria, Sigma-Aldrich’s environmental sustainability efforts were one of the key elements that led to this distinction. As part of the Company’s internationally-recognized global citizenship initiatives, environmental sustainability practices are fundamental to its overall mission of enabling science to improve the quality of life.

Sigma-Aldrich invests in energy efficiency to decrease its reliance on fossil fuels with a goal of reducing the intensity of its greenhouse gas emissions. Additionally, the Company also actively supports the development of new alternative energy technologies through the products it provides to researchers working to discover new ways to harness nature’s energy.

“Our initiatives promote greater environmental responsibility and support energy efficiency and conservation; natural resource conservation; material reuse, reduction and recycling; and the application of green chemistry in our operations worldwide,” said Whitford. “We are continuously evaluating and looking for ways to improve our sustainability efforts as we know that the time and resources we invest in these efforts are not only making a difference in the health of Sigma-Aldrich, but the world.”

To learn more about the 11th annual Global 100 Index and the importance of clean capitalism in America, visit www.corporateknights.com/reports/global-100.

To learn more about Sigma-Aldrich’s Global Citizenship efforts, visit www.sigmaaldrich.com/globalcitizenship.

About Sigma-Aldrich:  Sigma-Aldrich, a leading Life Science and Technology company focused on enhancing human health and safety, manufactures and distributes 230,000 chemicals, biochemicals and other essential products and 40,000 equipment products to more than 1.4 million customers globally in research and applied labs as well as in industrial and commercial markets.  With three distinct business units – Research, Applied and SAFC Commercial – Sigma-Aldrich is committed to enabling science to improve the quality of life.  The Company operates in 37 countries, has approximately 9,000 employees worldwide and had sales of $2.7 billion in 2013.  For more information about Sigma-Aldrich, please visit its website at www.sigma-aldrich.com.

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KEYWORDS: Awards and Recognition, Sigma-Aldrich, Top 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World, Global 100, corporate knights, Davos, csr, World Economic Forum, WEF

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Solar Power Utilities Look to New Investment Models – The Minute

SOURCE: 3BL Media, LLC

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Two-thirds of the nation’s solar capacity installed in the U.S. last year was utility-scale solar power. The rapid growth of this new industry has been driven by government loan guarantees and an Investment Tax Credit worth 30 percent of a project’s cost. The results have been the Ivanpah plant, a venture between BrightSource Energy, NRG Energy, and Google, and two plants developed by the Spanish energy company, Abengoa. Located in the Mojave Desert, all three produce electricity when the sun is not shining by storing solar power for overnight use. Between them, they produce enough electricity to power over 300,000 homes throughout California. But the loan guarantee program has expired, and the tax credit drops from 30 percent to 10 percent at the end of this year. So solar power companies are looking to other financial tools to attract investors.

Congress is debating allowing the industry to use master limited partnerships, investment vehicles used by the oil and gas industries. And solar advocates are lobbying the administration to allow large-scale solar farms to be included in real estate investment trusts. Both mechanisms let companies pass much of their income directly to investors. An innovative industry requires equally innovative business models.

I’m John Howell for 3BL Media. 

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Biogen, Allergen, J&J, Adobe, Ecolab, GE, Agilent, Intel, Cisco Rank Among Most Sustainable Companies

by Vikas Vij

SOURCE: Justmeans

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Favorable trends in corporate sustainability are transforming the world and creating a significant impact on the companies’ top and bottom lines. Global challenges such as climate change, resource scarcity and demographic shifts are creating new opportunities and risks that businesses must address today to stay competitive tomorrow.

Toronto-based media organization Corporate Knights has released its 2015 Global 100 report, which identifies companies around the world that are utilizing resources in a sustainable manner and optimizing employee performance. Companies are assessed across 12 “key performance indicators” (KPIs) and the data-driven rankings are released annually at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland.

Corporate Knights looks at a company’s resource utilization in terms of its energy use, emissions, water use, and waste generated. Financial sustainability is determined by taking into account factors such as the ratio of CEO compensation to the average employee’s compensation. Employee management sustainability is evaluated on the basis of factors such as fatalities or lost time, employee turnover, diversity in leadership positions, and female representation on the board and in management.

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Vikas is a staff writer for the Sustainable Development news and editorial section on Justmeans. He is an MBA with 20 years of managerial and entrepreneurial experience and global travel. He is the author of “The Power of Money” (Scholars, 2003), a book that presents a revolutionary monetary economic theory on poverty alleviation in the developing world. Vikas is also the official writer for an international social project for developing nations “Decisions for Life” run in collaboration between the ILO, the University of Amsterdam and the Indian Institute of Management.

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KEYWORDS: Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Awards and Recognition, Green Companies, 2015 Corporate Knights Global 100 Index, corporate knights, Global 100, Justmeans

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Edison International Surprises Two Local High Schools With New Backpacks Filled With Essential School Supplies

Edison International invests in the future of local underserved students by supporting national nonprofit Kids In Need Foundation

SOURCE: EcoMedia

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January 23, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Edison International, the parent company of Southern California Edison (SCE), is funding the distribution of 530 free backpacks filled with school supplies to underserved senior students at Morningside High School and Inglewood High School. The funding for the supplies was made possible as a result of Edison International’s participation in CBS EcoMedia’s Education Ad program to promote the $1.2 million Edison Scholars Program.

EcoMedia’s national non-profit partner, the Kids In Need Foundation, provided the school supplies and backpacks through its School Ready Supplies Program. 

Edison International’s support of the Kids In Need Foundation is a part of its commitment to supporting education in the communities it serves. The Edison Scholars Program supports minority, low-income and underrepresented students across SCE’s service territory by financing college studies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM fields), and helping them develop skills and knowledge they need to thrive in the workforce of the future.

Since 2006, Edison International has awarded nearly $4 million in scholarships to 460 students. More than 1,400 high school seniors applied for the 2014 scholarships, a 92 percent increase over the previous school year. This year, Edison International will award 30 students scholarships valued at $40,000 each.

Representatives from Edison International participated in a special assembly today where they distributed backpacks to surprised seniors at Inglewood High School.  They will also distribute backpacks to seniors at Morningside High Schools on Monday, Jan. 26. Eligible seniors at both schools are encouraged to apply for the Edison Scholars Program. Students can apply at www.scholarsapply.org/edisonscholars until February 1.

“Awareness that not all students go to school with a backpack full of school supplies is growing,” said Dave Smith, executive director of the Kids In Need Foundation. “Edison International is stepping up to break down this barrier that prevents many students from keeping pace with their classmates. We appreciate CBS EcoMedia’s leadership in this area. They understand students’ need for supplies, as well as the fact that with supplies, students’ classroom behavior improves, grades go up, absenteeism goes down, and kids feel they have a better chance of achieving in the classroom because of this support.” 

“Our philosophy of giving is that all people should have opportunities to do well,” said Tammy Tumbling, director of Philanthropy and Community Investment at Southern California Edison. “For that reason, we are enthusiastic to be partnering with EcoMedia and the Kids In Need Foundation to provide these students with the necessary school supplies.”

“Edison International’s educational funding is encouraging students to pursue higher education in the STEM fields and investing in their future,” said Paul Polizzotto, president and founder of CBS EcoMedia. “We’re proud to partner with Edison International to provide local seniors the resources and encouragement they need to pursue a higher education.”

 

About Edison International
Edison International (NYSE:EIX), through its subsidiaries, is a generator and distributor of electric power and an investor in energy services and technologies, including renewable energy. Headquartered in Rosemead, Calif., Edison International is the parent company of Southern California Edison, one of the nation’s largest electric utilities.

About The Kids In Need Foundation
The Kids In Need Foundation is a national 501(c)(3) charitable organization founded in 1995.  The Foundation’s mission is to prepare children to learn and succeed by providing free school supplies to students most in need. Its National Network of Resource Centers includes 34 facilities where teachers from low-income schools go to obtain free school supplies for their students. School supply giveaways in communities not served by Resource Centers are accommodated through the School Ready Supplies program, and students who have gone through natural disasters are helped to get back to their normal routines with new backpacks and supplies through the Second Responder® program.  In addition, two Teacher Grant programs award preK-12 educators with funding to provide innovative learning experiences for students. The Kids In Need Foundation has distributed more than $668 million in school supplies since its founding, directly benefiting 4.2 million students and more than 120,000 teachers annually, and has awarded $1.6 million in grants to teachers.  Kids In Need has earned the Gold GuideStar Exchange Seal, demonstrating its commitment to transparency, and has been given a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, indicating that it operates in a fiscally responsible way and outperforms most other charities in America.  For more information, visit www.kinf.org.  Join Kids In Need Foundation on Twitter at twitter.com/kidsinneed and Facebook at facebook.com/kidsinneed.

About CBS EcoMedia Inc.
At EcoMedia, we’re propelled by the desire to create positive social change; that’s been our mission since we founded the company in 2002.  In 2010, after successfully partnering with CBS on a wide range of environmental projects, EcoMedia became the newest addition to the CBS Corporation portfolio, exponentially scaling our reach across television, radio, interactive, publishing and outdoor media. 

Through our patent-pending EcoAd, WellnessAd and EducationAd programs, an innovative twist on traditional advertising, advertisers are able to support much-needed local projects which in turn creates jobs, saves taxpayer money and improves the quality of life in communities nationwide.  In the process, we’re fundamentally altering the advertising landscape, elevating the ordinary, traditional commercial – and media, in general – into a catalyst for tangible, quantifiable social change.  Please visit ecomediacbs.com, like us at facebook.com/EcoMediaCBS or follow us at Twitter.com/EcoMediaCBS.

By participating in EcoMedia’s EcoAd, WellnessAd and EducationAd advertising programs, EcoMedia’s advertisers agree to provide funding for projects we believe will have a beneficial effect upon the environment, health and/or education within local communities.  EcoMedia’s advertising programs are not certification programs nor are the EcoAd, WellnessAd or EducationAd logos seals of approval. EcoMedia does not in any way certify, endorse or make any representations about EcoMedia program advertisers, their products or services.

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Mary Lester
Kids in Need
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Lindsay Brown
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KEYWORDS: Education, Edison International, Edison Scholars Program, STEM, STEM learning, EducationAd, EcoMedia, CBS, social enterprise

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Gold Star Law Supports Junior Achievement Program to Increase Financial Literacy Among Metro Detroit Students

Gold Star Law employees mentor students, teaching financial responsibility and money-management skills during the JA Finance Park Program

SOURCE: EcoMedia

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January 23, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan (JA) – part of the world’s largest organization dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs – received funding from Gold Star Law to support its Finance Park program.  

Established in 2003, JA Finance Park is one of Junior Achievement’s most successful programs, and more than 1 million students across the United States have gone through the hands-on program since it first began. The month-long economics education program introduces personal financial planning and career exploration to middle and high school students, helping them build a foundation for making intelligent, lifelong, personal financial decisions.

Gold Star Law’s financial support will provide educational materials to support the program and cover the operating costs of the JA Finance Park facility for two middle schools to participate. Funding will impact approximately 250 students from metro Detroit schools.

The program begins with in-school teacher taught curriculum providing students with financial education to ensure success during the JA Finance Park simulation. The curriculum covers debit versus credit, salaries and taxes, financial institutions, investing, budgeting, and a chance to explore different career opportunities and the education requirements for these careers.

Following these lessons, students visit Quicken Loans JA Finance Park. In this high-tech, hands-on environment, students become an adult for the day and immerse themselves in real-world simulations through which they are assigned a salary, interact with merchants, and can make payments via issued debit cards.

“Gold Star Law is thrilled to be supporting JA Finance Park,” said Maia Johnson, Attorney at Gold Star Law. “Normally, we help people who are already active members of the workforce handle disputes with employers.  It was refreshing to mentor students as they prepare themselves for future careers and financial responsibilities. This is a great program that gives students the opportunity for hands-on experience with the realities of economic independence, and we are happy to be a part of it.”

To celebrate the partnership, 8 Gold Star Law employees mentored students at the Park today. Each employee guided approximately 10 students during their journeys throughout the day, helping them develop and stick to budgets based on their assigned fictional life situation.

“JA Finance Park provides a foundation for financial education at an early age in a manner that is substantive and fun,” said Paul Polizzotto, president and founder, CBS EcoMedia. “Gold Star Law’s financial support through our EducationAd program is critical to help Junior Achievement create meaningful, real-world opportunities for learning that pave the way for student success as they progress through school and on to college and career.”

For more information about Junior Achievement Finance Park, please visit http://jamichigan.org.

 

About Gold Star Law
Gold Star Law is a Michigan-based employment law firm that represents employees in lawsuits against their former and present employers.  Gold Star Law handles all types of workplace issues, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour violations, and wrongful termination.  The firm represents individual employees as well as groups of employees in collective and class actions.  Gold Star Law is committed to providing quality representation and counsel to its clients through tailoring its services to meet each client’s circumstances and needs and by providing professional, efficient, and competent legal representation to employees who have been subjected to unlawful workplace practices or conditions.

About Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan
Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan (JASEM) provides critical educational programs to students in Genesee, Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Saint Clair, Shiawassee, Washtenaw and Wayne counties. Chartered in 1949, JA has linked students, volunteers and supporters for over 60 years touching the lives of more than 1.5 million young people. JASEM is based in Detroit and reaches K-12 students with proven, quality educational programs that provide an understanding of financial concepts, a vision of economic opportunity, and a reason to stay in school. Inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy, JASEM programs are critical to students in the most under-served communities.

About CBS EcoMedia Inc.
At EcoMedia, we’re propelled by the desire to create positive social change; that’s been our mission since we founded the company in 2002.  In 2010, after successfully partnering with CBS on a wide range of environmental projects, EcoMedia became the newest addition to the CBS Corporation portfolio, exponentially scaling our reach across television, radio, interactive, publishing and outdoor media. 

Through our patent-pending EcoAd, WellnessAd and EducationAd programs, an innovative twist on traditional advertising, advertisers are able to support much-needed local projects which in turn creates jobs, saves taxpayer money and improves the quality of life in communities nationwide.  In the process, we’re fundamentally altering the advertising landscape, elevating the ordinary, traditional commercial – and media, in general – into a catalyst for tangible, quantifiable social change.  Please visit ecomediacbs.com, like us at facebook.com/EcoMediaCBS or follow us at Twitter.com/EcoMediaCBS.

By participating in EcoMedia’s EcoAd, WellnessAd and EducationAd advertising programs, EcoMedia’s advertisers agree to provide funding for projects we believe will have a beneficial effect upon the environment, health and/or education within local communities.  EcoMedia’s advertising programs are not certification programs nor are the EcoAd, WellnessAd or EducationAd logos seals of approval. EcoMedia does not in any way certify, endorse or make any representations about EcoMedia program advertisers, their products or services.

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KEYWORDS: Education, Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, junior achievement, financial literacy, Detroit, JA Finance Park, mentorship, EcoMedia, Gold Star Law, Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan

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