Bloomberg: Philanthropy & Engagement

Bloomberg: Philanthropy & Engagement

Bloomberg is about people. We rely every day on the dedication and inventive spirit of our employees in our mission to be the premier provider of key information for business, finance and public affairs around the world. Our philanthropic giving and employee engagement initiatives are designed to support our business. We actively encourage our employees to join us in improving the environment and quality of life in the places where they live and work. Through volunteerism and charitable giving we help employees become well-rounded corporate citizens who understand how their actions within and outside the workplace have real value beyond our business. Learn more about our Philanthropic efforts.

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Coal: New Film Shows How Bad It Is For Your Health
Is America in an unhealthy relationship with coal? Without someone's help, it can be difficult to objectively assess a relationship that you are in and decide whether to continue. Consider then From the Ashes, ...
Jun 27, 2017 9:35 AM ET
Bloomberg’s Next Anti-Washington Move: $200 Million Program for Mayors
Originally posted on www.nytimes.com.  ...
Jun 26, 2017 4:15 PM ET
Once There Were Fish, but Then the Coal Mining Began
Originally posted on www.washingtonpost.com.  The stretch of bone-dry, cracked land doesn’t look like much. But until recently, it was a spring, according to rancher ...
Jun 22, 2017 10:00 AM ET
Michael Bloomberg: Automakers, Developing Nations Must Commit to Auto Safety
American automobile manufacturers have made enormous progress in recent decades to ensure that the cars we drive here in the U.S. are safer. American consumers now take airbags and anti-collision systems for granted when they buy a car, and the long-term trend is clear: Lives are being saved on our roads. And it’s a great time to celebrate those accomplishments this week at the 25th...
Jun 15, 2017 9:05 AM ET
50 Reefs Q&A: Prevention is Better Than a Cure
The 50 Reefs Initiative brings together leading scientists and conservation practitioners from around the world to identify the top 50 coral reefs least vulnerable to climate change that are capable of regenerating in the future. They recently met to discuss their regional expertise...
Jun 14, 2017 3:00 PM ET

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