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Pace Global Energy Services, LLC
is a leading energy consulting and management firm with clients and engagements across the globe. For more than 35 years and in over 60 countries, Pace Global has helped organizations maximize value and manage risk by offering a unique, integrated perspective our clients have come to trust. We call this unique perspective the Power of Integration.
’s unique, new financing approach, turnkey project development, and energy engineering services are helping commercial building owners and developers’ nationwide develop new projects, improve asset valuation, and realize environmental benefits. It is pleased to announce the availability of an additional US$200 million in new financing as well as the expansion of its expert team of Market Leaders in key United States cities nationwide. Together, these two developments is greatly enhancing the ease with which commercial building owners and developers in both the private and non-profit sectors can successfully fund building rehabilitation, redevelopment, and new construction projects.
Pacific Aquaculture Cooperatives International (PAC)
is a global aquaculture business enterprise whose primary mission is to provide strategically engineered aquaculture solutions to the world aquaculture industry as a modus operandi of economic and environmental sustainability to SIDS(Small Island Developing States) and developing countries for economic development, environmental sustainability, and sustainability of the global food chain from the bottom up. PAC International was established in 2005 and is an NGO affiliate with Consultative Status Accreditation to the United Nations Economic and Social Council.
Pan American Development Foundation
is an independent, non-profit organization 501(c)(3) that creates public-private partnerships to assist the least advantaged people in Latin America and the Caribbean. It was created in 1962 through a unique agreement between the Organization of American States (OAS) and the private sector.
Panamerican-Panafrican Association, Inc.
is a Non-Governmental Organization in Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. The Panamerican-Panafrican Association, Inc. holds different programs for each of these area: U.S.-Africa, U.S.-Latin America, US-Asia and US-Middle East. Educational, Cultural, and Economic Development Permanent Programs are designed to promote, encourage and foster better understanding and good will among and between peoples of the United States, the Americas, Africa, Asia and the Middle East through the interchange of ideas and persons.
Pangea Water Solutions
has the network resources to solve the most demanding water & wastewater treatment projects. Combining these new innovative technologies with strategic alliances and partners will forever change past industry standards for water treatment as we know it. Superior design and manufacturing processes insures many years of trouble free reliability.
Parjana®, Inc. and Parjana® Distribution
are working together to help solve the world’s water challenges. Together, we are delivering solutions for water management. Their approach is unique as it involves detecting the problem, analyzing environment variables and designing a solution that adapts to your needs and specifications through the means of working with nature on a molecular level.
Parsons the New School for Design, School of Constructed Environments, Sustainable architecture
. In an increasingly designed world, art and design reflect and shape all kinds of experiences. Through rigorous practice and critical scholarship, Parsons The New School for Design prepares students to be leaders in their professions and society. Parsons-The-New-School-for-Design
Passive House Institute
. The Passive House concept represents today’s highest energy standard with the promise of slashing the heating energy consumption of buildings by an amazing 90%. Widespread application of the Passive House design would have a dramatic impact on energy conservation.
As the preeminent international service organization of the United States, the Peace Corps
sends Americans abroad to tackle the most pressing needs of people around the world. Peace Corps Volunteers work at the grassroots level toward sustainable change that lives on long after their service—at the same time becoming global citizens and serving their country. When they return home, Volunteers bring their knowledge and experiences—and a global outlook—that enriches the lives of those around them.
Peachtree Road United Methodist
is a warm, traditional church in the Buckhead community of Atlanta, Georgia. Hospitality has always been a hallmark of this congregation and they welcome all to worship with them. Their multi-generational membership is committed to outreach in our community, and personal growth through diverse study opportunities. They have a rich history, and continue to create new traditions.
PEAR Energy (Pollin Energy and Retrofits) wants to make it easy and affordable for you to buy clean wind and solar-powered electricity, to defend the environment, fight climate change, and generate millions of good jobs in the process. The message is that we can all help build a green economy by our own decisions on what we buy, starting today.
has four main focus areas: urban slums, schools, emergency response and refugee/IDP camps. These are the areas in which they believe. The Peepoo solution has the potential to add the highest value and have the largest impact, contributing to effectively preventing the spread of diseases.
Featuring stunning footage from seven winters in the Arctic, People of a Feather
takes people through time into the world of the Inuit on the Belcher Islands in Canada’s Hudson Bay. Connecting past, present and future is a unique relationship with the eider duck. Eider down, the warmest feather in the world, allows both Inuit and bird to survive harsh Arctic winters.
The Arsenic Mitigation and Research Foundation (AMRF)
was established in 2001 as a joint effort between researchers (initially from Delft University of Technology and later from the University of New South Wales), medical doctors and development practitioners from local Non-Governmental Organisations, including BASSA, PRIDE and AITAM.
Philadelphia University, Sustainable Design
. The M.S. in Sustainable Design at Philadelphia University was developed by a group of the country’s top sustainability practitioners and experienced sustainability professors. The result is an award-winning program that fuses design and industry. The curriculum transcends disciplines and cultures with respect to the interconnected nature and constant evolution of sustainable practice. Students build problem-solving skills to develop market-driven innovations and to be leaders in economic, environmental, and societal sustainability for the 21st century global community.
is a program of The Sustainability Nexus, and represents our partnership with CityCoHo. Our mission is to amplify the impact of environmental and social efforts in the Philadelphia region by networking the movement. This partnership with CityCoHo is our keystone strategy. We believe it’s important to establish the center of gravity for sustainability professionals, operatives, advocates, and innovators in this region, and then make as much digital and literal space around that center as possible for that community, and then implement frameworks and processes for that community to make that space its own. This coworking and regional sustainability mothership is our headquarters and our home, and we’re very excited to share it with you.
At Physicians for Peace
, they believe in the power of TEACH ONE. HEAL MANY. They mobilize medical teams internationally and send them to developing regions, where they provide hands-on training to local healthcare professionals. In their 25 years of working in underserved communities, they have found education to be the most effective solution to solving serious global health challenges. Rather than just visiting a community to execute one medical procedure, they leave communities equipped to provide daily quality healthcare.
o is a niche landscape architecture firm dedicated to crafting artistic & technical solutions for the next green revolution: the creation of the plant-covered city.
We harness the power of biodiverse plant systems to create resilient, emotionally-resonant landscapes. Our approach uses the technologies of designed plant communities to create landscapes that are functional, beautiful, and diverse. Our projects span many scales and sectors, from green roofs to green infrastructure, urban plazas to rural estates, campuses to small gardens. We lead our own design projects as well as provide support to landscape architects, engineers, land owners and managers, and government agencies.
is an organization lead by children for children. Every child can get involved – and over 100,000 children worldwide are already doing just that. This number of children could fill over 2 football stadiums.
features a wide and attractive range ofwildlife tours, photo trips, bird watchingadventures, ocean cruises to Arctic and Antarctica and hiking expeditions. Each of PlanetWildlife’s tours is well- organised, competitively priced, environmentally responsible and fully customizable. They are ledby highly qualifiedand experienced tour leaders. We also offer tailor-made packages for smaller groups, individuals and corporates.
is an independent, nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) focused on educating the public about sustainable living practices which families and individuals can implement today. Based in Poolesville, Maryland, Poolesville Green concentrates on topics primarily related to energy and water, encouraging conservation, raising awareness and highlighting available programs and resources.
Polar Educators Network
(PEI) is a vibrant network promoting polar education and research to a global community. By fostering dialogue and collaboration between educators and researchers, PEI aims to highlight and share the global relevance of the polar regions with the broader community.
The Polar Research Board
(PRB) of the U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine has a long history of distinguished service to the polar community. First established in 1958, the PRB exists to promote excellence in polar science and to provide independent scientific guidance to federal agencies and the nation on science issues in the Arctic, the Antarctic, and cold regions in general. The PRB also serves as the U.S. National Committee (USNC) to the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) and the Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR). The Board convenes two meetings a year, typically in the spring and fall. Board meetings are designed to highlight important polar science issues.
Political Economy Research Institute (PERI), University of Massachusetts/Amherst
promotes human and ecological well-being through our original research. Its approach is to translate what we learn into workable policy proposals that are capable of improving life on our planet today and in the future. In the words of the late Professor Robert Heilbroner, we at PERI “strive to make a workable science out of morality.”
The Population Institute (PI)
is an international non-profit (registered 501(c)(3) organization) that seeks to promote universal access to family planning information, education, and services. Through voluntary family planning, it strives to achieve a world population in balance with a healthy global environment and resource base. PI was established in 1969 and is located on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
Population Action International
advocates for women and families to have access to contraception in order to improve their health, reduce poverty and protect their environment. Its research and advocacy strengthen U.S. and international assistance for family planning. It works with local and national leaders in developing countries to improve their reproductive health care programs and policies.
makes PURELIVES, which is a portable 5 gallon water filtration device which enables households to provide clean water for their families and sustain clean water micro-businesses for their communities. PURELIVES requires no chemicals and combines affordability and accessibility with a 99.9% effective water filtering system.
manufactures highly concentrated, pre-measured cleaning products that reduce the resources used throughout the lifecycle of production, storage, distribution and disposal, minimize the adverse effects of chemicals on the environment, and eliminate the unsafe and ineffective habits of traditional cleaning procedures.
Potomac Environmental Research and Education Center
‘s mission is to utilize the tools of scientific research, restoration, education, and policy analysis to help society understand and sustain natural processes in ecosystems, watersheds, and landscapes.
is a non-profit organization committed to cleaning up the Potomac River watershed by rapidly developing innovative and practical ideas, and matching them with the capital necessary to deploy them effectively. Potomac Piranhas seeks to bring together the business and environmental communities, instead of pitting them against one another, delivering real, measurable results that respect the bottom line.
The Public-Private Alliance Foundation (PPAF)
, a non-profit organization, promotes the United Nations Global Goals and a business approach for poverty alleviation through projects and seminars involving multi-stakeholder cooperation. PPAF engages in work on clean cookstoves and fuel, agribusiness, public health, microfinance & remittances, renewable energy, and other aspects of sustainable development.
– dedicated to building a regenerative economy by developing a new approach to entrepreneurial businesses aligned with Nature—with a special focus on a collaborative and reciprocating mentorship approach with Generation X and Y entrepreneurs. The pg.team works with companies to improve the efficiencies of their buildings and plants— reducing their fixed operating costs, improving profitability, and helping to strengthen their brand image in the marketplace through promoting their sustainability efforts.
believes that the rebuilding of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands presents a unique opportunity to leverage the internet to provide unprecedented access to education, medical assistance, economic opportunity, services and personal connections. Working with partners on the ground in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, they have conducted four humanitarian missions providing water filters, food, generators, satellite phone access, computers and cash donations.
partners with communities in Mali to solve the root causes of health crises. Its model integrates health care delivery, community organizing, microenterprise, and education to stop cycles of poverty and disease, and create cycles of health and well being in their place.
promotes Iceland is a public-private partnership established to improve the competitiveness of Icelandic companies in foreign markets and to stimulate economic growth through increased export.
Our goal is to provide resources, goods and services that improve the quality of life. We focus on necessities, like clean water, and sustainable solutions, like solar power. We partner with innovative leaders in energy efficiency, solar power, microgrids, solar pump technology, ultra-efficient irrigation techniques, wastewater remediation and water filtration, waste-to-energy, electronics waste (e-waste) disposal and more.
PRN Health Services
has vision of building relationships one touch at a time. Its
values are relationships, integrity, flexibility, quality and compassion. It takes the time to get to know people so that it can seek opportunities that will insure that their career goals can be met and their expectations are exceeded.
Prokaushali Sangsad, LTD., (PSL)
is a pioneer in solar electrification in Bangladesh. It is an engineering enterprise established in 1969 and has years of experience in engineering consultancy services. PSL has provided renewable energy solutions since 1997 as an instrument to combat severe and violent climate change. PSL provides innovative solutions in green technology, renewable energy, poverty alleviation, and gender equality in Bangladesh. It has been active in technology transfer in the energy sector for the benefit of the un-electrified rural population. It has worked in remote and underserved areas for the benefit of women and traditional communities with very little access to electricity or economic opportunities.
Promoting Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation (PSLF)
is a 501(c(3) non-profit entity in California. Its primary focus is combating the acute drinking water problems in remote areas of coastal Bangladesh. It is the socially responsive arm of its sister enterprise, Prokaushali Sangsad Ltd. (PSL), which is based in Bangladesh. PSLF has been implementing solutions with appropriate technology for the benefit of the disadvantaged. Particularly, PSLF combines renewable energy solutions for water purification to promote environmental sustainability. PSLF chooses its activity locations and beneficiaries where other partners and options are limited, and with a view to women’s empowerment and support.
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
is an innovative award-winning non-profit journalism organization dedicated to supporting the independent international journalism that U.S. media organizations are increasingly less able to undertake. The Center focuses on under-reported topics, promoting high-quality international reporting and creating platforms that reach broad and diverse audiences.
Purdue University, located in
West Lafayette, Indiana, is the
flagship university of the six-campus
Purdue University system.Purdue was founded on May 6, 1869, as a
land-grant universitywhen the
Indiana General Assembly, taking advantage of the
Morrill Act, accepted a donation of land and money from
John Purdue to establish a college of science, technology, and agriculture in his name. The first classes were held on September 16, 1874, with six instructors and 39 students.
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