1. Responsible Growth - Opening Two New Gold Mines | Goldcorp

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    Summary of Goldcorp's responsible growth in 2014 to create sustainable value with the opening of two new gold mines - Cerro Negro in Argentina and Eleonore in Quebec. Chapter 1 from the 2015 AGM Video - full video link here: http://3blmedia.com/News/Miners-Core-AGM-2015 Read the release: http://bit.ly/1HLTuoD ? 2015 | 3BL Media/Goldcorp | All Rights Reserved

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    • 2015 Kravis Prize Luncheon: Linda Rottenberg Gives "Crazy" Advice to Claremont McKenna College Students

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      President and CEO of Endeavor, Linda Rottenberg addresses Claremont McKenna College students at the Luncheon for the Kravis Prize Award Ceremony. Ms. Rottenberg's organization, Endeavor, was the recipient of the 2015 Kravis Prize.

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      • Action Creates Impact - A Child's Perspective on Social Entrepreneurship

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        The kids of MIIS give their opinions on social entrepreneurship. Jerry Hilderbrand, Director, Center for Social Impact Learning Erina McWilliam-Lopez, Social Impact Programs Director Music - Broke for Free - brokeforfree.com

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        • Investors Fund New Tech Revolution in Financial Services - The Minute

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          The Silicon Valley formula of innovative ideas, new technology, and multi-billion dollar investment that has disrupted many industries is now changing the financial services sector. Last year, venture capital gave $12 billion to new financial tech startups, three times the amount invested in 2013. The targets of these startups cover the whole range of financial services: from crowdfunding to peer-to-peer lending, from wealth management to payments. The prize they’re after is industry revenue estimated by Goldman Sachs to be $4.7 trillion. So-called “fintech” innovators aim to reshape finance in three ways. First, by cutting costs: Lending Club’s expenses are one-third those of a conventional lender, and TransferWise charges much lower fees than banks to send money across borders. Secondly, by introducing new ways of assessing risk based on data: Kabbage and OnDeck collect massive amounts of information, and Kickstarter uses crowd wisdom to finance startups. And thirdly, by creating a more diverse and therefore, more stable credit landscape. Read the release: http://bit.ly/1AicbxM © 2015 | 3BL Media| All Rights Reserved

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          • Three Socially Responsible Companies with Big Free Cash Flows: Google, Microsoft, and Disney

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            Can companies with ?do good? strategies also generate good profits? That ongoing question from investors continues to get positive answers. Three companies with robust CSR practices?Google, Microsoft, and Disney?have gotten a ?thumbs up? from investment advisory The Motley Fool for the huge free cash flow they generate. Free cash flow is the money a company has left over after deducting capital expenditures from its operating cash flow. The Fool singled out the three corporations by using the Reputation Institute?s Global CSR RepTrak ranking, a scorecard that judges companies in several categories, including environmental, social, workplace, and regulatory records in 15 markets around the world. Google topped the RI?s list. Its mission of ?do no evil? yielded a free cash flow of $13.1 billion dollars over the past 12 months. Microsoft?s community engagement partnerships and its renewable energy initiatives co-existed with $26.3 billion in free cash flow during the same time period. And Disney?s philanthropic and environmental efforts were matched by $6.8 billion dollars in free cash flow for the last 12 months, a rise of 9.7 percent over the previous 12 months. It?s the latest evidence that companies can do very well indeed by doing good. Read the release: http://bit.ly/1Fmea2Q ? 2015 | 3BL Media| All Rights Reserved

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            • Blue Ventures Conservation - Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship 2015

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              In this video, the Skoll Foundation visits Alasdair Harris of Blue Ventures in Madagascar, where he is building sustainable coastal communities. This video debuted on the big screen at the 2015 Skoll Awards Ceremony, April 16, 2015, before Alasdair went on stage to receive his award from Skoll Foundation Founder and Chairman Jeff Skoll and President and CEO Sally Osberg. Ten years ago, in a coastal village in Madagascar, Alasdair tested an elegantly simple model that put Blue Ventures on the map. He encouraged residents to take charge of their local fishery by cordoning off a small section of their octopus-fishing area for a designated period of time. When the area was re-opened, the community saw huge increases in their catch and incomes. In this video, you'll see one woman's reaction and how this drastically changed her family's life. Building on this success, local communities created Madagascar’s first local committee to manage and conserve marine resources. Since that auspicious start, Blue Ventures has helped replicate this model along thousands of miles of coastline along the Indian Ocean. Beyond managing fisheries, Blue Ventures has integrated family planning and health services into its livelihoods and conservation work, showing the world that protecting the ocean can and should go hand-in-hand with improving lives. http://blueventures.org/ @BlueVentures https://www.facebook.com/blueventures VIDEO CREDITS Director/Cinematographer Gabriel Diamond Editor Matthew Beighley Interviewers Gabriel Diamond Vince O’Hara Narrator Gabriel Diamond Additional Camera Ryan Vickers Daryl Higgins Translator/Fixer Michel Goffstron Associate Producers Vince O’Hara Edwin Ou Music Marmoset Animation and Graphics Kia Simon Executive Producers Phil Collis Sally Osberg Suzana Grego Jude O’Reilley For information on obtaining permission to use these films, email info@skollfoundation.org or call 650-331-1031.

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              • Saladorama - Democratize access to healthy food in Brazil

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                Saladorama is a social entrepreneurship that aims to democratize access to healthy nutrition for classes C, D and E. Today in Brazil, society overspend on food that often don't have a quality power. With that in mind, Saladorama developed the project in which they educate the society seeking to get them to modify their dietary habits and offer them access to healthy food without over expansive prices. For that to happen, Saladorama focuses on a very important pillar: the relationship and customer care! They are always in contact with them and want to be part of their lives. In addition to this differential, Saladorama aims to empower its employees (class C, D and E) through an entrepreneurial business model so that, in the future, they can become their franchisees. A video made by Videaux - shaping ideals into videos videaux.org Music : - Quando um coraçao sorri, by Rapha Moraes

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                • Entrepreneurship Panel with Endeavor Entrepreneurs and Kravis Prize Recipients

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                  Kicking off the tenth anniversary celebration of the Kravis Prize, Kravis Prize recipients engage in a discussion with 5C students reflecting on their path towards entrepreneurial success. This session will focus on a discussion on entrepreneurship, what it takes to launch a high-impact enterprise, and share stories of Kravis Prize recipients' journeys with their organizations. In addition to past Kravis Prize recipients, this session will welcome Endeavor, and expand on the role it plays as a catalyzer of a global community of entrepreneurs. Students will reflect on real stories that the recipients pursued to kick start their own ventures. For more information on Kravis Prize recipients, click here: https://www.claremontmckenna.edu/kravisprize/prize-recipients/ For more information on Endeavor, click here: https://www.claremontmckenna.edu/kravisprize/prize-recipients/endeavor/

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                  • The Power of Social Engagement with Mia Munro

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                    Activation of Social Entrepreneurs www.SocialInnovatorsforChange.com

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                    • KIND: The Highs and Lows of Running a Socially-Minded Business [PSFK 2015]

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                      Daniel Lubetzky celebrates 11 years of KIND with the release of his book “Do the KIND Thing,” a reflection of life and business lessons with social entrepreneurship embedded within its core. At PSFK 2015, Lubetzky sits down with PSFK's Scott Lachut to discuss challenging conventional wisdom, innovation and creative brainstorming, and scaling social impact through business. Read More: psfk.com/2015/05/kind-founder-daniel-lubetzky-social-entrepreneurship.html psfk.com/tag/psfk-2015 www.kindsnacks.com/

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