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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 03:33.

February 12, 2010 San Diego, CA: Global Strategic Management Institute (GSMI) is pleased to announce the East Coast counterpart to its Sustainable Building Series: The Sustainable Building Series: Retrofits (NYC), scheduled for May 10-12 at the Embassy Suites in New York City as part of its Green Educational Forums. After the remarkable success of its first installment in San Francisco in 2009, GSMI wasted no time in responding to requests from many attendees at that event for the next installment. The Sustainable Buildings Series East: Retrofits is a comprehensive program that incorporates the newest techniques, solutions and developments in this industry. This years highlights include: a dedicated track specifically for the needs of municipalities on May 12th and the inclusion of the more intimate and informative Facilitated Breakfast Chats where owners, managers, and officials can share stories and learn how their industry colleagues are approaching retrofitting and renovations on a wide range of pre-set topics, each of which will be facilitated by an industry expert.
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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 03:31.

January 25, 2010, San Diego, CA – Energy experts estimate that data centers eat up as much as 3% of all electricity generated in the United States. Executives who are intent on both reducing the environmental impact and cost of their data center while finding ways to improve capacity, storage and efficiency, are looking for answers. Corporate, non-profit and government sector executives, who are not necessarily IT professionals, must become familiar with how resource consumption within their data center affects things like electricity usage and carbon emissions. These same executives must find ways to address the short term financial commitment to “greening” their data center while easing the budget pressures that come along with new regulations. The Green Data Center Conference, hosted by the Global Strategic Management Institute (GSMI), scheduled for February 2-4, 2010 in San Diego will provide industry executives with answers, tools, and information that they need to navigate the seemingly complex task of “greening” their data center-- including everything from improving capacity, lowering energy usage and costs, to understanding the role of the facility and how to create a master plan.
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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 02:09.

November 4, 2009, San Diego, CA – Energy experts estimate that data centers eat up as much as 3% of all electricity generated in the United States. Executives who are intent on both reducing the environmental impact and cost of their data center while finding ways to improve capacity, storage and efficiency, are looking for answers. Corporate, non-profit and government sector executives, who are not necessarily IT professionals, must become familiar with how resource consumption within their data center affects things like electricity usage and carbon emissions. These same executives must find ways to address the short term financial commitment to “greening” their data center while easing the budget pressures that come along with new regulations. The Green Data Center Conference, hosted by the Global Strategic Management Institute (GSMI), scheduled for February 2-4, 2010 in San Diego will provide industry executives with answers tools and information that they need to navigate the seemingly complex task of “greening” their data center including everything from improving capacity, lowering energy usage and costs, to understanding the role of the facility and how to create a master plan.
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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 01:43.

Westpac - A Case Study in Socially Responsible Banking An Article from Business Respect, Issue Number 49, dated 9 Feb 2003 By Mallen Baker The Australian banking sector has had an unmitigated hammering from politicians and public opinion alike for their failings in social responsibility. All the more remarkable, then, that the top scoring company in the recent Reputation Index compiled by the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age should have been a bank. Not so surprising when you look into the detail of how Westpac does business. Westpac was established in 1817 as the Bank of New South Wales, becoming Westpac on merger with the Commercial Bank of Australia in 1982. It employs over 26,000 people and has global assets of $186bn. Its core business operations are retail banking, financial services, finance and institutional banking.
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By GSMIweb on 22-Apr-10 01:41.

What do the CEOs know about CSR? An Article from Business Respect, Issue Number 48, dated 26 Jan 2003 By Mallen Baker We usually report the headline results in brief of the various surveys that give snapshots of changing attitudes to corporate social responsibility. However, with some of the world's most powerful CEOs gathered together at Davos, now seemed like a good time to review the changing attitudes of this particular group. Hill & Knowlton have recently released a review of the attitudes of CEOs, comparing the views of leaders from the US, Canada, Germany, the UK, Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands. It gives an interesting insight into the messages currently being heard at the top.
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