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Each and every business motive is to get the maximum profit with minimal input, though only few companies are successful and they are successful only bcoz of the innovative techniques they use. Learn those techniques of performing your Business in a Better way. Promoting your good work and that too with a Better approach is known as a “Business. Better” Justmeans Social Media Technology will lend a hand to promote your business and good work. Skype me: sandeepjustmeans Email: schanna@justmeans.com

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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

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Thursday, March 5, 2009

“It has never rained like this before. It has always rained, but before, it was timely. Now it is untimely – it is hot when it used to be cold, and raining when it used to be hot. It is because our practices have changed and we have unbalanced things. Everywhere is flooded. Crops are destroyed. Now, with the floods everyone is falling ill, there is disease everywhere.”

Isn't the above true? Guyz please wake up. I am not against partying, driving, smoking, burning, sounds, music, etc ... i do not want any youth to miss these things, i just want to say "Contribute a little towards Nature" and nature will repay you.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Local Climate Change: Its Unique Causes and Effects @ http://www.justmeans.com/Local-Climate-Change-Its-Unique-Causes-Effects/10737.html

Friday, January 16, 2009



Corporate Social Responsibility is thus only about two aspects:

1) Reducing the Negative Effects: Steps taken by a company to neutralize, minimize or offset the harmful effects caused by its processes and product-usage

2) Increasing the Positive Contributions: Further steps taken using its resources, core competence, skills, location and funds for the benefit of people and the environment

How, Where & What:

1) Private Schools & Colleges

- Getting Alumni to institute scholarships & prizes
- Offering space for training / classes / sports, etc.
- Adopting a local garden
- Encourage volunteering for topical causes
2) Housing Societies
- Suggesting solutions for local problems to govt & media
- Maintaining nearby public spaces, including footpaths
- Offering space in society (garage, etc.) for use for training /
classes. etc. and as a material collection cent re
3) Shops e.g.: Chemists
- Awareness posters of symptoms of different diseases
- Collecting & donating old medicines to charitable hospitals
- Offering discounted medicines for poor patients
4) Private Hospitals
- Creating a Patients’ Information Centre & Library
- Encouraging citizens to help accident victims by taking care of legal aspects of accidents / emergency cases
- Displaying “Patients and Doctors Bill of Rights & Responsibilities”
5) Movie Theatre / Multiplex/ Malls
- Screening of NGOs films
- Special shows for underprivileged groups
- Offering table space for NGOs
- Adopting a nearby garden / open space and maintaining it
6) Hotels and Restaurants
- Donate excess food responsibly to NGOs / Beggars.
- Compost organic waste
7) Media (TV, print, radio)
- Telecast/print profiles and achievements of NGOs / citizens
- Telecast/print social service messages along with advertisements
- Dedicated section on social & developmental issues, and for citizens’ dialogue / feedback


* For more information on CSR log on to: http://www.justmeans.com OR http://www.karmayog.org

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

With the oceans covering over 70% of the earth’s surface, they are the world’s largest collector and retainer of the sun’s vast energy – and the largest powerhouse in the world. Jacques Cousteau said it was equivalent to 16,000 nuclear plants. This energy is continually renewed and is available 24/7.Just a small portion of the energy conveniently stored in the oceans could power the world.

Friday, January 2, 2009

In 1974-75, a splendidly bright fellow named John Kreidler figured out that artists were a highly unemployed and underemployed category in the workforce, and that these federal funds could be appropriately used to hire them to work in the community.

This was a really good work done by John Kreidler, someone has to take the initiative and work with the government for a certain group to get all the rights and benefits. I and my many such friend groups work at a corporate level but we are always in the motion and efforts of making others educate and aware of Global Warming, Green, Corporate Social Responsibility, Renewable Energy etc by different ways... Many of us are unaware what these type of industries do, how they work on CSR, Renewable energy, Global Warming, what are the ways of Waste Management and other things... we intensively searched more sites and we are successful of finding such kind of one site named as “JustMeans” …http://www.justmeans.com … JustMeans helps us to learn, share the knowledge, debate on the topics like Organic products, Green Jobs, Corporate Social Responsibility, Development, Energy and the Environment, Ethical Consumption, Politics and Governance, Social Investment, Social Media and Sustainable Business. We always educate and spread the benefit of all these to more and more people globally and also want others to do the same, so your one click can save the earth, so please click on http://www.justmeans.com for our people and our planet.

Friday, December 19, 2008

Today's global challenges require a new mindset toward value creation, one where the goal of profit-making is expanded to a broader definition of wealth creation. Business as usual will not work and tomorrow's companies must redefine their processes to balance both their shareholders and society's needs. Beyond developing new products and services, the processes underlying business are changing. Companies now co-create their strategies with a wide variety of stakeholders, including employees, customers, activists, shareholders, and NGO leaders.
The inaugural Financial Times/JustMeans Social Innovation Awards will showcase those companies and people that are shaping this new world of sustainable business.

A competitive application process will determine awards in two different areas, an award for companies one for individuals:

Most Innovative Social and Environmental Strategy/Program – This award will be given to companies that demonstrate progressive thinking in weaving social and environmental innovation through their core strategy. Applications can showcase a product, service, program, or strategy. Awards will given to one company in each of the following three categories:

- Large company (revenues in >$500MM)
- Small to medium company (revenues >$5MM and <=$500MM)
- One startup company (revenues > $500,000 and < $5MM)

For more information on the 2009 FT Sustainable Business, Responsible Investing Conference,