The biggest obstacle to our success is the past. The past pulls us into thinking like we did before. We’ve “done it this way before” is a phrase that’s killing corporations and the possibilities of the new sustainable culture of energy that is emerging. To advance, we have to release the past and look forward. We […]
Have you ever wondered how Santa gets around the world so fast? Or, have you ever wondered how Santa can be in so many places at the same time? Would you like to know? Yes, I thought so. Well, what makes Santa magical is that he has many lives! Sssshhhhh, I know that’s a big […]
The “great pacific garbage patch” is a catchy phrase that attracts global attention. Technically, it is not true; there is no island of trash, but metaphorically it is perfect. Plastic pollution is recognized as the third greatest challenge to a healthy ocean environment behind overfishing and climate change. The Clean Oceans Project was created in […]
With the onset of international business growth, a powerful internet communications regime and access to information anywhere – the boundaries of the world are coming down. Geography and social boundaries are moving from, what were primary inhibitors to business, to now secondary circumstances calling to be overcome. This new era of globalization brings with it […]
Who is Mustafa Zahir? Mustafa Zahir is the grandson of Afghanistan’s last king, Mohammad Zahir. Mustafa Zahir was born in Kabul, the capital city of Afghanistan in 1964. Zahir has been a strong advocate for change and sustainability, creating unity in his country through people’s common interest. The most powerful interest the people of Afghanistan […]
Corporate contribution is one of the most moving aspects of business in the oil patch. Many oil and gas companies around the world are creating enormous impact on local communities with a conscientious effort to contribute in ways that really make a difference. Oil and gas operators are some of the largest community contributors in […]
At Maweni Primary School, on the outskirts of this coastal city, a group of teachers and parents sit at a makeshift table in the schoolyard discussing ways to organize seating in their classrooms. This isn’t about U-shaped arrangements versus rows. In fact, some of the classrooms in this school don’t have enough desks or textbooks to go around.
In Mozambique, AKFC support enabled farmer Sifa Roderigues to attend the Agrarian School of Bilibiza, in Cabo Delgado. Now she works with other farmers to help improve food security and fight chronic malnutrition, which remain significant challenges here. “We’re now learning how to take care of our land so that it will be healthier, more […]
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