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  • 00:13

    Investing by Divesting

    in Finance

    An interview with financial planner and author Tom Nowak on his developing strategy for investors to divest themselves of fossil fuel related securitiess.  We previously spoke with Tom about his 2012 book, "Low Fee Socially Responsible Investing".  The book and Tom have received a great response to his ideas and investing concepts around this strategy.

    Let's find out how Tom is building portfolios that exclude a very popular category of publicly traded investments

  • 00:51

    Nips: August 4, 2014

    in Business

    Enhance your experience if listening live to this episode ... Follow us on twitter @pulpnpaperradio for live tweets with more information during the broadcast.

    In the news: Georgia-Pacific employee dies following accident; Ashland Water Technologies changes name; PCA worker killed in accident; Billionaire mulls selling packaging units; Joint venture announced; Metso considers divesting Process Automation Systems business; Work at mill suspended after alleged assault; PM40 company to sell forestland; Fire at U.S. mill; Company fined following mill accident; RockTenn announces two-for-one stock split; Verso/NewPage update; Earnings reports; and much more!

    Nips is a weekly show of contemporary information related to the pulp and paper industry worldwide. Hosted by Jim Thompson, the voice of the worldwide pulp and paper industry.

    Listen live at 7 a.m. EDT on Monday, 4 Aug 2014, or anytime afterward!

  • 00:41

    The "High Dome Hour" sets the record straight.

    in Politics

    What do you think of the NYC teachers pension fund divesting in gun manufacturers? Is it the right call? Join us as we discuss the issue of divestment. Also, we will be dissecting the latest worldwide headlines. Join us in open forum at the High Dome Hour.

  • 01:01

    The New Jim Crow RadioBlog, Episode 8: 'Out of the Book...'

    in Books

    In the closing episode, "Out of the Book, into the Streets", we discuss what congregations can do and are doing to unravel the mass incarceration of black and brown people. Are there corporations we should be divesting from? How can congregations partner with secular organizations to turn the tide? Is it time to revive teach-ins and other strategies from previous justice struggles?  Paula Cole Jones, Director for Racial and Social Justice with the Joseph Priestley District of the Unitarian Universalist Association, joins as a fellow host with Carlton Elliott Smith and Alex Boston of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington, Virginia.
    Our guests this week are:
    Janet Tillman, the Disabilities Project Coordinator with the Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence and a consultant to nonprofit organizations.  Janet is a member of the First Unitarian Church of Wilmington, Delaware.   Anaiis Salles, Executive Director of the Green Sanctuary Earth Institute of Pennsylvania.  As a member of the Ending Racism Committee of the Unitarian Society of Germantown in Philadelphia, Anaiis is working toward partnership with organizations against mass incarceration.   Jonathan W. Hutto, Sr., a PhD student at Howard University. Jonathan previously served as Community Outreach Director and a Program Coordinator for Amnesty International. He helped to initiate a police accountability project in Prince George’s County. Jonathan was once Howard's Student Body President, and he organized students for the historic Million Man March.  

  • 01:01


    in Spirituality

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    There is Nothing Like Recovering from Religious Abuse
    Until now, there has been nothing that addresses the problem of religious abuse, while also offering a solution for those victimized by it. Using an 11-step program, wounded Christians—those who have been used, abused, and discarded by self-righteous religious leaders—can reconnect with God in a healing, transforming way.
    After being victimized, most wounded people lead half-lives, consumed with anger, bitterness, shame, and pain. They question whether the best years of their lives have already passed, hoping they haven’t but suspecting that they have. They are prone to depression and acting-out behavior, which includes over eating, over spending, alcoholism, drug addiction, promiscuity, and family disfunction.
    Recovering from Religious Abuse explains how the dynamics of religious abuse works but, more importantly, it details a method for the abused person to identify what has happened, while providing a way to achieve full recovery. The key is for the abused person to recognize that God still loves them just as much as ever and that they can once again experience love, joy, peace, patience, and serenity—not just occasionally but routinely.
    If this has been your experience and you want to reconnect with God in a positive, meaningful way, you can. In a very short time—just ninety-one days—you can become stronger than you ever imagined possible, divesting yourself of the crippling chains that have imprisoned you since your abusive experience.

  • 00:30

    INTERVIEW: David Russo, author

    in Business

    There are 17 Rules Successful Companies Use to Attract and Keep Top Talent. Author David Russo knows them all!

    When times are bad, the companies that will ultimately prevail are those that hang on to their top talent by continuing to garner their loyalty every day. While many companies may believe an economic downturn will automatically motivate employees to stay and perform at the highest levels, principally to save their jobs, that’s not true nor what data and case studies show. Even in the worst of times, companies need to continue to keep their employees engaged and motivated.

    “We hear about companies divesting themselves of workers, millions of them, as an avenue to survival and even success. But that’s not a reasonable tactic for long-term sustainability, or competitive advantage,” says David Russo, author of 17 Rules Successful Companies Use to Attract and Keep Top Talent: Why Engaged Employees are Your Greatest Sustainable Advantage.

    Russo, CEO of consulting practice Eno River Associates and former VP of HR for SAS Institute, provides leaders and managers with the rules to help retain and attract top employees.

    Here’s an excerpts from 17 Rules:

    Rule #13 - Treat Employees as Volunteers- Employees are far more willing to consider other work options, all the time. They are willing to risk their skills and aptitudes in the marketplace, including the skills you taught them.

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