Cities are Providing Hope on Climate Change
Sep. 17, 2014   |  Le Figaro
Cities don't have to wait for national governments to act - they can move forward. And many cities are, by developing bold and innovative projects to take on climate change.
Mike Bloomberg joined Warren Buffett, Lloyd Blankfein, and Michigan Governor Rick Snyder on Bloomberg TV with host Erik Schatzker to discuss the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program and how the program is helping rebuild Detroit.
Africa is one of the biggest market opportunities in the global economy, and U.S. companies cannot afford to miss out.
Barcelona, Spain, tops innovative cities contest
The Washington Post
Barcelona's project focused on improving the quality of life for its elderly with the creation of a support network that would include relatives, friends, social workers and volunteers.
Five Cities Selected As Winners in Bloomberg Philanthropies 2014 Mayors Challenge
Bloomberg Philanthropies
Barcelona won the €5 million Mayors Challenge Grand Prize, and Athens, Kirklees, United Kingdom, Stockholm, and Warsaw each won €1 million to pursue their innovative ideas to solve major urban challenges.
Mike Bloomberg Fights Tobacco Use in Turkey
The New York Times
Stepping up his philanthropy, Mike Bloomberg still pushes big ideas, but on a much wider scale. Turkey's smoking rate is one of his targets.
Mike Bloomberg and Mo Ibrahim Discuss U.S. Investment in Africa
Bloomberg Television
Mike Bloomberg and Celtel International founder Mo Ibrahim sat down with Hans Nichols of Bloomberg TV to discuss the U.S.-Africa Business Forum.
U.S.-Africa Forum Will Catalyze $14 Billion In Business Deals
The U.S.-Africa Business Forum is a chance for President Obama and 45 African heads of state to talk directly with CEOs from both sides of the Atlantic, and for businesses to learn more about potential investment opportunities.
Mike Bloomberg and Penny Pritzker Discuss the U.S.-Africa Business Forum
The Wall Street Journal
Mike Bloomberg and U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker discussed the rationale for the forum and their hopes for U.S. businesses' involvement in Africa.
The Great Technocrat
Capital NY
Six months ago Michael Bloomberg left the mayor's office behind and started to get to work.
A Chance to Save Our Oceans, and Save Lives
National Geographic
More than three billion people around the world depend on fish for food or income, and that number is rising even as the supply of fish is falling.
Op-Ed: Obama Finally Keeps His Promise on Climate Change
Bloomberg View
The EPA's actions to limit greenhouse-gas emissions will significantly improve public health, while also enhancing U.S. leadership on climate change.
Don't Major in Intolerance
Bloomberg View
Tolerance for other people's ideas and the freedom to express your own are inseparable values. Joined, they form a sacred trust that holds the basis of our democratic society.
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