What can we learn from the McDonalds and Google workplace relationship scandals?

Founder and Chief Culture Officer, Ideal Outcomes, Inc.

Jason Richmond – author, “Culture Spark”

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Jason Richmond author of "Culture Spark" describes how companies can initiate a respectful and inclusive culture

Employees crave the real deal.”

— Jason Richmond

CHICAGO, IL, US, November 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The forced departure of McDonald’s CEO Stephen Easterbrook because of a romantic relationship with a subordinate grabbed the headlines recently. Hot on its heels came reports of an investigation into sexual misconduct by Google executives including parent company Alphabet’s Chief Legal Officer David Drummond.

What is going on? In this day and age, after the rise of the #MeToo movement and all the talk about ethical behavior in the workplace why are such high-profile cases happening? At a time when employees are seeking to work for companies with the right kind of culture why is this conduct seemingly on the rise? More importantly, what can be done about it?

It used to be the case that CEOs were fired because their failure was financial, not moral. But that’s all changed. The number one reason for executive dismissals is bad behavior rather than inferior financial performance, according to a 2018 study of the world’s 2,500 largest public companies conducted by PwC.

It was the first time since PwC, one of the country’s largest auditing firms, began tracking executive turnover nineteen years ago in its “CEO Success” study. In fact, 39 percent of the eight-nine CEOs were let go because of sexual misconduct allegations or other ethical lapses such as fraud, bribery, and insider trading.

Why the rise in these kinds of dismissals? The PwC report suggests three key reasons:

1. More aggressive intervention by regulatory and law enforcement authorities,
2. new pressures for accountability about sexual harassment and sexual assault thanks to #MeToo, and
3. the increasing zero tolerance stance adopted by boards of directors.

Easterbrook is not McDonalds only problem. Following more than fifty complaints of sexual harassment in three years —everything from lewd comments and groping to retaliation—the company last month introduced an anti-harassment training program.

So, that’s a start.

What else can you do? You can, for one thing, prohibit relationships between higher-ups and those who report to them.

A 2018 survey of 150 human resources executives conducted by executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas found that 78 percent of companies had introduced policies discouraging dating between managers and their chain of command. That’s a somewhat realistic approach as relationships with subordinates can give rise to allegations of favoritism or, on the other hand, lawsuits if the relationship goes awry. The power imbalance can also lead to claims that the relationship is never truly consensual. It’s a delicate situation because romantic relationships often start at work. A SHRM study, for instance, found that one-third of Americans have dated someone at work. But 28 percent of them chose not to disclose it!

This entire issue is best handled when corporate leadership determines that an inclusive and respectful culture is something it needs to initiate, and then does so in a true partnership with its employees. It’s something I discuss at length in my book Culture Spark: 5 Steps to Ignite and Sustain Organizational Growth.

And it’s something that my team and I at Ideal Outcomes communicate when we help companies across the country embrace culture change.

The point we make is that employees crave the real deal. In an increasingly skeptical business world with shady dealings and date breaches increasingly commonplace, authenticity and honesty are traits in high demand. And the role of the CEO is even more meaningful than you might think. A Fleishman Hillard study found that 84 percent of Americans equate a CEO’s integrity with that the companies they lead. A CEO scandal reflects badly on the business as a whole.

Footnote: Don’t feel too bad for McDonalds’ Easterbrook getting the boot. His exit package came to $41.8 million which included six months’ severance pay, shares cashable in the future, and other equity. And that’s on top of $23.8 million in stock options that he could immediately exercise. In 2018 Easterbrook made $15.9 million—2,124 times more than the median income of the burger chain’s employees. But that’s a topic for another day.

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California Jury Rejects Abuse Claim Against USA Swimming

A California jury today ruled in favor of USA Swimming in a lawsuit that alleged sexual abuse by a coach of a local swim club.

USA Swimming has worked very hard to develop and institute a comprehensive program to protect its swimmers”

— William Kronenberg, Attorney for USA Swimming

STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA, USA, November 16, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A California jury today ruled in favor of USA Swimming in a lawsuit brought by a swimmer who had alleged sexual abuse by a coach of a local Stockton swim club.

The jury of 8 women and 4 men deliberated less than 3 hours before issuing a verdict finding that USA Swimming did not fall below the standard of care, and was not responsible for the conduct of a coach employed by the former Stockton Swim Club.

USA Swimming’s attorney, William Kronenberg, of the Oakland based civil litigation law firm, Kronenberg Law, PC, said the jury’s decision was an important vindication of the organization’s athlete protection program.

“USA Swimming has worked very hard to develop and institute a comprehensive program to protect its swimmers,” said Kronenberg, and this case is the first time a jury was asked to determine whether it met the standard of care for a youth serving organization. The speedy affirmation by the Stockton jury should be welcome news to the thousands of swimmers at the more than 3,200 member clubs throughout the U.S.

According to Kronenberg, “The jury was presented with the entire athlete protection program, from the Code of Conduct, mandatory screening and training of coaches, to educational models for parents and swimmers along with expert testimony which found it met or exceeded the standards necessary for a safe environment.” While no youth serving organization can ever be 100% safe, the jury conclusively found that USA’s program was properly designed, implemented and staffed.

The trial has made headlines following the release of multiple news stories by the swimmer’s attorney, including releasing the deposition transcript of USA Swimming CEO Tim Hinchey, who was hired in July 2017. The swimmer’s attorney has publicly commented on the CEO’s lack of background or training in the prevention of sexual abuse, both prior to and even after the jury rejected those claims.

Kronenberg said that the jury saw right through the argument that a CEO of a national organization should have specialized knowledge about abuse prevention.

“Preventing sexual abuse is a specialized field that requires both extensive education, training and experience, much like that received by members of Child Protective Services, and USA Swimming has a department staffed with equally well trained personnel. Mr. Hinchey does not have that background or training, he is the CEO, not the head of that department,” Kronenberg said.

According to Kronenberg, “The criticism of Mr. Hinchey by opposing counsel is unfair and misguided, but some attorneys prefer trying a case in the media, instead of listening to the message sent by the jury with its verdict.”

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Andrew David Easler Awarded Arcadier, Biggie & Wood Law Firm's $1,000 Scholarship

Andrew Easler

Andrew David Easler

Andrew David Easler, entrepreneur and law student at Florida A&M University College of Law, selected for competitive scholarship from among over 50 applicants.

It is an honor to be selected from such a respected group of applicants and I truly appreciate the opportunity this scholarship represents.”

— Andrew David Easler

MELBOURNE, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, November 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Andrew David Easler, a local resident of Melbourne, Florida has been named the recipient of the $1,000 scholarship offered by the ABW Law firm from among over fifty applicants nationwide.

Maurice Arcadier, Partner of Arcadier, Biggie & Wood says, “We are proud to see the emergence of high-quality law students who are devoted to the furtherance of ethical and diligent legal work. We received numerous quality applications and it was difficult to make a selection. We wish all applicants great success in their legal and life endeavors and once again congratulate Mr. Easler for his passion and efforts.”

The Arcadier, Bigger & Wood Law Firm believes that one of the main tenets that make our democratic society great is the ability to share and debate opposing philosophies, to challenge one another to consider alternative ideas, and to use this discourse to develop a compromise that allows a community to thrive.

The scholarship is given to an individual who exemplifies a strong understanding of the value of civil discourse and who has used this ability to share and communicate ideas in the face of adversity to help better their community. Their community is not limited to just their town or place of residence; it can be their town, their school, a club, or any other community they help to improve.

While at Florida A&M University College of Law, Andrew Easler has been active in all aspects of his law school experience including as a junior editor of The Florida A & M University (FAMU) Law Review, a leader in the nationwide award-winning FAMU Chapter of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF), a founding member and Vice President of the FAMU Intellectual Property Law Society (IPLS), a class representative in the FAMU Student Bar Association (SBA), and a student member on both the College of Law Curriculum Committee and Committee on Part-Time Students. Easler manages to maintain a 3.48 GPA while training hundreds of individuals across the nation on a monthly basis through his education company, DrugTestingCourses.com. He has published three textbooks while in law school and plans on publishing several more before earning his Juris Doctorate.

About Arcadier, Biggie & Wood Law Firm

The eight lawyers of Arcadier, Biggie & Wood, PLLC are dedicated and experienced attorneys representing clients in Brevard County, Florida with diverse legal needs including personal injury, car accidents, bankruptcies, foreclosures, commercial litigation, business law, sexual harassment, wills, and employment law. In addition, the firm helps a wide range of individual and commercial clients through its proprietary legal marketplace.

Our firm's team of attorneys and staff have extensive expertise in just about every field of law including personal injury, bankruptcy, business law, immigration, whistle-blower protections, and mediation. As evidenced by our AV rating pursuant to Martindale-Hubble, our lawyers and attorneys are respected by court officials, judges, legal peers and opposing counsel for their professionalism and efficiency. As experienced Lawyers covering Melbourne, Palm Bay and surrounding areas in Brevard County, Florida, our lawyers will always be responsive to questions and concerns.

With over 75 years of combined legal experience representing individuals, companies, and organizations, we are able to see many sides of a legal problem and legal issues. Indeed, we have an attorney that is perfectly right for your legal needs.

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Hawaiian Eye Foundation Travels to Indonesia for Educational Eye Meeting

Professionals from around Indonesia join in the this first conference.

Dr. Manchima and staff/residents during a patient consult.

Dr. Subramanian is also a dedicated member of the HEF Advisory Board.

Dr. Subramanian gives a lecture at the Inaugural IEM to an engaged crowd of Ophthalmologists and residents.

The Inaugural Indonesia Eye Meeting is held in Bali

“We are thrilled to have this relationship with Udayana University, Sanglah General Hospital, and the IOA/PERDAMI. We've been so welcomed and embraced by this incredible team of professionals!”

— Darrah Kauhane, ED, HEF

HONOLULU, HAWAII, USA, November 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Highly trained and valuably skilled ophthalmologists from across the United States joined together to form a team of 6 volunteers that traveled to Bali, Indonesia, this past month. The three-day Indonesia Eye Meeting (IEM) was held at the Sanglah General Hospital, in coordination with the Faculty of Medicine of Udayana University, conducted by the Hawaiian Eye Foundation, and sponsored by Allergan and CorneaGen. IEM was attended by over 100 Indonesian ophthalmology students and practicing ophthalmologists.

This year’s Meeting marked the country’s first IEM eye surgical training program! A wide range of didactic topics were again included: glaucoma, cataracts, neuro-ophthalmology, corneal and retinal disorders were covered in lectures and patient consultations, and a live wet lab to perform corneal implant surgery demonstrations. Case examinations were given by residents and patients were seen to allow the highly-skilled surgeons a first-hand look at the most difficult cases. Our world-renowned specialists provided valuable education to the Indonesian ophthalmologists. We sincerely thank Drs. Allen Eghrari, Manchima Makornwattana, Dhanu Meleth, and Prem Subramanian, for sharing their vast knowledge and years of skill in the specialties of Cornea, Glaucoma, Retina and Neuro-Ophthalmology, respectively.

HEF has been invited to return in 2020, to provide additional subspecialties, along with hands-on basic skills training workshops for local residents. Topics will include retinoscopy, refraction, keratometry, lensometry, tonometry, indirect ophthalmology, gonioscopy, visual fields, pediatric exams, neurologic exams, optical coherence tomography, and a suture lab.

The HEF faculty members traveled to Indonesia at their own expense to donate their time. “We are thrilled to begin this long-term relationship with the Udayana University, Sanglah General Hospital, and the Indonesian Ophthalmologists Association (IOA) also known as PERDAMI, under the umbrella of the Indonesian Medical Association. We have been so welcomed and embraced by this incredible team and their enthusiasm gives us such hope about the future of this partnership! We feel blessed to bring together such amazing professionals to share our mutual goals of education and compassionate, quality eye care,” said Darrah Kauhane, Executive Director of Hawaiian Eye Foundation. “The people of Indonesia inspire us to continue to reach out to other SE Asian countries and share this truly valuable program.”

Indonesia has 1668 ophthalmologists for all 257 million people. This represents a ratio of one ophthalmologist for 100,000 people, which is one-quarter of the World Health Organization’s target. Thus, the urgent need for ophthalmic training. Because of the event’s success, Hawaiian Eye Foundation will return for IEM-II in 2020. The Foundation’s efforts in Indonesia are amplified by its scholarship programs for SE Asian ophthalmologists and ongoing Vietnamese, Cambodian and Myanmar symposiums. Coming soon to Laos!

The 501(c)(3) non-profit, Hawaiian Eye Foundation (HEF), for 35 years, has worked to ensure that all people have access to eye care. http://hawaiianeyefoundation.org.

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Research on Cannabis (CBD) and Autism (ASD) 2019 Conference.

CBD, Cannabinoids, Medical Cannabis, Children, Autism,

CBD, Cannabinoids and Autism 2019 Conference Medical Cannabis on Children and Autism

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Featured Speakers for 2019 Conference on CBD, Cannabinoids and Autism 2019 Conference Medical Cannabis on Children and Autism

The ICare4Autism 2019 International Conference "Cannabinoids, Medical Cannabis, and Autism" is an opportunity to connect with community of professionals.

Meet the Scholars, Therapists and Parents Looking for New Ways to approach Autism.”

— Dr. Joshua Weinstein

NEW YORK, NYC, UNITED STATES, November 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Meet the Scholars, Therapists and Parents Looking for New Ways to approach Autism.

On December 17, 2019, ICare4Autism will host an International Conference at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Titled “Cannabinoids, Medical Cannabis, Neurodiversity and Autism,” the event will feature insights from a diverse array of experts in science, education, autism, and medical research.

The conference will focus on the topic of the cannabis extract Cannabinoid (CBD), and therapeutic usefulness as a treatment for autism. Studies, including one conducted this year by researchers at Israel’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center, have indicated that medical marijuana extract may alleviate autism symptoms in children. CBD is a non-psychoactive compound, meaning it does not produce the “high” of marijuana, which is caused by the chemical tetrahydrocannabidinol (THC).

In addition to providing insights into CBD and autism, the conference will feature discussions on neurodiversity (i.e., the view of conditions like autism as differences, rather than disorders).

Our goal is to create a collaborative forum on Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) that will increase awareness, knowledge of medical & educational research findings, evidence-based clinical best-practices, inform policymakers, and empower people with ASDs and their family members.

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Featured Speakers:

JOSHUA WEINSTEIN, M.B.A., PH.D., Founder and CEO, ICARE4Autism and Shema Kolainu-Hear Our Voices

ERIC HOLLANDER, M.D., Chairman, ICARE4Autism Advisory Committee; Director-Autism and Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Program, Prof. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Psychiatric Research Institute at Montefiore-Einstein

JONATHAN ALPERT, M.D., PH.D., Chairman, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; Professor, Departments of Pediatrics, Neuroscience, and Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

MICHAEL DOR, M.D., M.P.A., Senior Medical Advisor of the Medical Cannabis Unit in the Israeli Ministry of Health

GAL MEIRI, M.D., Head, Preschool Psychiatry Unit, Soroka University Medical Center, Lecturer, Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben Gurion University, Israel

SOPHIE MOLHOLM, PH.D., Professor, Departments of Pediatrics, Neuroscience, and Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences; Director of Research, Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center; Associate Director, Rose F. Kennedy Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Research Center, The Cognitive Neurophysiology Laboratory Albert Einstein College of Medicine

STEPHEN SHORE, ED.D., Assistant Professor of Education, Adelphi University; NY Member of the ICARE4Autism Advisory Committee

CASARA JEAN FERRETTI, M.S. (Research Associate at Albert Einstein College of Medicine) Ph.D. Student, Clinical Psychology Health Emphasis Program, Class of 2021 – Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University

CHINAZO CUNNINGHAM, M.D., M.S., Associate Chief, Division of General Internal Medicine, Professor of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Past Conferences:
– 2018 National Autism Conference, United States Capital Visitor Center Congressional Auditorium and Atrium, Washington, D.C.
– 2016 International Autism Conference, Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NYC., NY.
– 2014 International Autism Conference, Hotel Pennsylvania, NYC., NY.

About the International Center for Autism Research and Education,
Founded in 2004 by Dr. Joshua Weinstein, ICare4Autism serves as a global non-profit organization dedicated to improving the life of children and adults who live with autism. We raise awareness through distinguished partnerships connecting autism researchers and advocates through renowned conferences and workshops to discuss innovative research and treatment issues. Our combination of expertise also designs educational practices to best serve people who are affected by autism spectrum disorders.

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Dr. Lisa Hale of Focused Leadership Consulting to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

FORT COLLINS, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, November 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Even the CEO of a multibillion dollar company can get stuck. Whether their focus is in the foreground or background of their mind, that being stuck drains their leadership mojo. Too often, their solution is to dive into operationally fixing this problem. But how important is this problem in terms of the organization’s overall mission? How can leadership be at the root of it? In what way can a pause to reflect help us see a new creative, and more effective path? These are the questions leaders must ask.

Dr. Lisa Hale is the founder of Focused Leadership Consulting, where she helps senior leaders and senior teams optimize and amplify their leadership effectiveness.

“The thing that gets in the way for even the most accomplished leaders is focus on the wrong things,” says Dr. Hale. “They are intimately focused on what they believe they should be focused on, but it's not getting the results they want. They're looking to outside of themselves for where the problems are. My role is to help them open their eyes to more possibilities; to lead, not manage.”

Dr. Hale has been working with leaders for over 30 years. She says a leader’s performance, creativity and energy all rise or fall based on how much they're stuck in fear, hiding or blame.

“When I'm working with that leader, the focus needs to be on their own thinking to transform outcomes,” says Dr. Hale. “Leaders deal with things that can push them into a very reactive place, but we can’t access our creativity when we’re coming from a place of fear.”

The only way we unleash our creativity is when we allow ourselves to choose the opposite of that fear, hiding and blame, which is love. The key, says Dr. Hale, is to lead from a place of love, truth and radical ownership. There is tremendous freedom in this path.

“As the senior leader of a team, we have to be committed to owning what we can do and be open to expanding our vision of what is possible,” says Dr. Hale. “Radical ownership is such a beautiful guide for leaders of teams, because each of us has everything to do with how we respond to stress. We can't try to operate outside of our own locus of control. Most leaders understand this conceptually, but when the rubber meets the road, they are stunned by how many opportunities they haven't considered. That's where the real fun begins: helping leaders see the things they can do about situations that actually move the needle.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Dr. Lisa Hale in an interview with Jim Masters on November 19th at 12pm EST and with Doug Llewelyn on November 26th at 12pm EST

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Advocate for Nursing Jan Pack to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

OSCEOLA, IOWA, UNITED STATES, November 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there will be one million vacancies for registered nurses by 2024. This shortage of “acute nurses” will make a huge impact on all communities.

Jan Pack is a dedicated advocate for the future of nursing. Her goal is to ensure nurses are educated the best they can be for today's world.

“Nursing is indeed an art,” says Pack. “It takes a special person to perform these tasks. We hold the lives of our communities in our hands, so let's keep the art of nursing forever in our hearts.”

With over 48 years of experience as a registered nurse, Pack has specialized in administration, rehabilitation, surgery, dementia, wound care and home care. She considers nursing the most special, most honored, most-fulfilling career anyone can ever have. What has kept her in this career, she says, is her love of nursing itself: making sure all patients are individually cared for no matter their issue. This has always made the difference in achieving her goals of being the best she can be in her field.

"My greatest professional inspiration has always been Florence Nightingale,” says Pack. “She was the beginning of nursing as prior to that; "nurses" were regarded as less than scullery maids. They were not respected. Florence changed the entire thought process and turned it into a profession. She just inspired me. How can I follow in those footsteps?”

Unfortunately, says Pack, today’s nurses are not the nurses of the past, and will never be again. They’re more of a technician than hands on. Nurses today leave university with a degree in nursing, but still need at least 6-12 months of mentoring in order to understand, and learn the most important skills of a nurse: critical thinking and assessment. I am not going to say there are not awesome nurses out there today because they are there, but it is now the minority not the majority.

“Nurses care for patients holistically; we treat the entire person as an individual,” says Pack. “That's how I learned. That was, and is my experience. And that's what I will do to the end of my days. I will always recommend any new nurse to start in a hospital setting in order to acquire these skills that cannot be taught; only experience can bring these to the forefront.

“I am so proud, and honored to have that ability to care for whomever I touch and whatever I do, which is what I need to do,” says Pack. “It's my life; it's my soul. I do what I love to do every day.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Jan Pack in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on November 19th at 4pm EST

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Reincarnation is One of the Keys to Solving Plastic Pollution

Plasticity Bangkok – UN’s Sea of Solutions

Plasticity Bangkok – Forming Collaborations

“Skyscraper” the Bruges Whale, Breaching In Front of the ArtScience Museum in Singapore

Plasticity Bangkok at UN's Sea of Solutions Drives Home the need for Reincarnation of 2nd Life Plastic.

Solutions that the Plasticity Forum has helped to spawn include technologies to improve sorting for recycling, bio-based innovations, as well as the use of “tragic plastic" for new byproducts.”

— Douglas Woodring

BANGKOK, THAILAND, November 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Plasticity Bangkok, a one-day intensive business forum focused on solving the problem of plastic pollution says that reincarnation is the key. Reincarnation of plastic, that is. The global forum, which was launched at the Rio+20 Earth Summit, believes that retrieving plastic from the environment and giving it a purposeful second life is central to global reduction in plastic pollution. Plasticity’s mantra of success through business innovation has taken the globe-trotting forum to 13 major international cities since its launch Rio de Janeiro in 2012.

With plastic pollution becoming one of the most urgent environmental issues facing governments, corporate boardrooms and individuals, Thailand is taking the lead in bringing about positive change for the reduction in plastic waste, with a four-day SEA of Solutions Week, hosted by UN Environment. Plasticity Bangkok, which conducted the entire second day of the event, brought together over 450 local and international participants to collaborate on solutions that are relevant and scalable within Thailand and the region.

“For nearly 10 years, our one-of-a-kind innovation forum, Plasticity, has been working with the business community across the globe.” says Plasticity Founder, Doug Woodring.

“Solutions that Plasticity has helped to spawn in the past include technologies to improve sorting for recycling, bio-based innovations – and even the use of “tragic plastic” (unsorted and hard-to-recycle plastic) for construction materials. At Plasticity Bangkok, investment in new equipment and programs that will help communities bring value to plastic waste, allowing for the ‘reincarnation’ of plastic, will be a major topic.”

“With its relatively large population, volume of material – and with tourism as a main economic driver for the country – due in no small part to the beauty of its coastline and waters – there are great opportunities for Thailand to become a world leader in plastic pollution reduction," says Trish Hyde, Director of the Plasticity Forum and CEO of Plastx. Cross-border trade in semi-processed plastic for recycling must be allowed to happen in order to create a global circular economy, as most countries do not have the resources to recycle everything on their own, nor do they have the manufacturing industries to use the valuable recycled content once created.

Related to the topic of plastic pollution, Ocean Recovery Alliance launched a summary report “Crafting High-Impact Voluntary Commitments to Prevent and Reduce Marine Litter” which introduces a new guide and scorecard, named “Commitments 2.0.” This was made possible by funding from United Nations Environment. These tools will allow stakeholders around the world to create stronger and more effective commitments to reducing plastic pollution, whether for large companies, governments, or small organizations with limited resources. "The report is intended to challenge the ‘business as usual’ methods which have previously been used in crafting commitments" says Doug Woodring, Managing Director, "and to now have opportunities to engage communities with efficient, replicable and scalable commitments for the world to benefit from.”

Regional momentum in Asia on the topic is gaining across broad sectors of the business and government sectors, with community awareness being bolstered by public installations such as "Skyscraper" the Whale, which has started its Asian tour at the ArtsScience Museum in Singapore, and also organized by Ocean Recovery Alliance. The 11m tall spectacular sculpture is made from plastic collected in the North Pacific Gyre, and its breaching shape bears the question for all – "Have We Breached the Limit?" in terms of our consumption of single-use plastic, and lack of capacity to handle its waste.

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About Plasticity

Plasticity is the global forum on plastic sustainability – a one-day intensive forum that brings together expert local and international participants to identify solutions that are directly relevant to the region. Launched in Rio de Janeiro at the 2012 Rio +20 Earth Summit, Plasticity has since been held in Hong Kong, New York, Lisbon, Shanghai, London, Dallas, Los Angeles, Sydney, Kuala Lumpur, Fiji and Amsterdam.
Plasticity Bangkok will be the 13th Global Plasticity Forum. www.plasticity.global

About Ocean Recovery Alliance:
Ocean Recovery Alliance is an NGO based in Hong Kong and California, and is the founder of Plasticity and organizer of the “Skyscraper’s” Asia Tour, a huge 11m tall whale sculpture now in front of the Art Science Museum in Singapore, made from plastic recovered from the Pacific Ocean. The group uses environmental entrepreneurship to bring awareness, education, innovations and solutions to reduce plastic pollution on a global scale, which can be replicated across communities in any country. It has worked with the World Bank, UN Environment and Clinton Global Initiative, and was awarded the 2018 Prince’s Award from Prince Albert of Monaco for its work for the ocean across a broad spectrum of users, from youth, to companies and governments. It’s programs include the Global Alert app (available to everyone), to report trash hotspots in the world’s waterways and coastlines, the Plastic Disclosure Project (PDP) – a methodology for businesses and governments to measure their plastic footprints, and the Plasticity Forum on innovations for plastic in its second life. www.oceanrecov.org

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One To One Platform For Online English Foreign Teachers Market Report 2019 Industry Analysis, Size, Share and Forecasts

The One To One Platform For Online English Foreign Teachers market report contains a comprehensive study of the competitive scenario of the market.

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, November 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — One To One Platform For Online English Foreign Teachers Market report exclusively compiles all the fundamental dynamics that sheds light on the market for a comprehensive view of the market. Market potentials, as well as pitfalls, are discussed at length along with essential macro and micro-economic trends, which can affect the market growth.

Prevalent market trends and factors that are likely to provide opportunities to the market have also been taken into consideration while making projections. Forecasts pertaining to the overall market size, CAGR, regional market size have been provided in the report. Historical data analysis provided in the report helps in determining the future trajectory of the market. All the activities in the market are analyzed thoroughly to develop the core of the report.

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The key players covered in this study
Etalk
Break Into English
VIPkid
Teach Away
DaDa
QKids
iTutorGroup
Gogokid
51Talk
English Hunt

Global One To One Platform For Online English Foreign Teachers Market Segmentation

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into
Exams Use
Business Use
Everyday Use
Others

Market segment by Application, split into
Adults
Children

Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers
North America
Europe
China
Japan
Southeast Asia
India
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Two NY teen entrepreneurs lit up the Forbes 30 under 30 summit in Detroit through streetwear and environmental passion!

Forbes supports Entrepreneurship, and proves it when Forbes8 and iCON partnered with DripEight a NY streetwear line created by teens

We are so grateful for this opportunity to work with Forbes8 and Icon, we are GenZ and want to design dope streetwear and help the environment, follow us @realdrip8”

— DripEight

PELHAM, NEW YORK, USA, November 15, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Two NY teen entrepreneurs lit up the Forbes 30 under 30 summit in Detroit through street wear and environmental passion!

Forbes supports Entrepreneurship, and proves it when Forbes8 and iCON partnered with two 16 year olds: Julia Corso and Vincent Testorf, co-founders of a brand new streetwear company based in NY. Part of GenZ, these two young entrepreneurs were the perfect match to link their inspiring generation with the new Forbes8’s interactive international platform.
Forbes 30 Under 30 in Detroit was on fire, according to Teen entrepreneurs GenZ Julia Corso (age 16) and Vincent Testorf (age 16), creators of street wear line dripeight (www.dripeight.com) which was presented during the NYFW last September.

The Teens partnered with Forbes8 and iCON, a new industry-player tapping into the creativity, intellect, and potential of Gen-Z. Dripeight is a world class streetwear line that gives a portion of all sales to help climate change. In their own words: "We want to make an impact in everyday life, and to connect with people who have the same sense of style, and fashion. Through our designs, we can express our worries about what’s happening to our planet. We donate 10 % of our profits to charities – it is our way to show our commitment”.

Dripeight designed a T-shirt showing the partnership of the brands during the “forbes under 30” summit in Detroit.
The Gen Z teens “T-shirt” was so dope (desirable), it made it into the hands of basketball legend Kevin Durant, rapper Quavo Huncho, and rapper 21 Savage.
The mammoth movement of Gen-Z catalyzed Dripeight and iCON’s initial meeting. iCON, a new industry-player tapping into the creativity, intellect and potential of Gen-Z, closes skills and data-gaps by harnessing their most precious asset: talent. iCON fuses creative content, social media and skills-based education to provide a new place to be inspired, to exchange ideas and build skills. iCON’s formidable partnership with Forbes8 grounds it as the go-to source for Gen-Z innovation, and a natural collaboration for Drip Eight.

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Behind the scenes with Teen Entrepeneurs Julia Corso and Vincent Testorf creating streetwear line


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