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BLM Cancels CEMEX Contract to Mine In Soledad Canyon

Today, August 28, 2015, the Bureau of Land Management terminated the contracts with CEMEX making it no longer possible for the mining of 56 million tons of sand and gravel in Santa Clarita. 8 more words

City Of Santa Clarita

Norwegian pension fund divests from Israeli occupation

MEMO | June 12, 2015

Norway’s largest pension fund has excluded two companies “on the grounds of their exploitation of natural resources in occupied territory on the West Bank.”

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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism

Jefferies Capital Partners' Founder Brian Friedman Drops $16.5M on Co-op at 910 Fifth

When one is the founder and president of an investment firm with some $850 million under management, there’s no sense in playing the pauper when it comes to one’s personal real estate. 403 more words

Frances Katzen

How Catalogs Benefit The Sourcing Process, Lead to Savings – Q&A with Cemex


A couple of weeks ago, we had a very interesting webinar about the evolution of catalogs and their benefits in the… 557 more words

Case Solution for From Patrimonio Hoy to Arte en Concreto: Tailoring a Social Responsibility Program at CEMEX Puerto Rico

Complete Case details are given below :

Case Name :      From Patrimonio Hoy to Arte en Concreto: Tailoring a Social Responsibility Program at CEMEX Puerto Rico… 220 more words


An Investor's Primer To Nicaragua's Canal

By Daniel Workman

Representatives of Nicaragua’s government and the HKND Group broke ground on a new canal that will cross Nicaragua on Monday.

Well, they broke ground on an access road required to move supplies to be able to build a  new port along the Pacific; this port is required to be up and running before construction on ‘El Gran Canal’ can commence. 1,284 more words

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Santa Clarita Needs Your Help Today! End Mega-Mining in Soledad Canyon, Contact Senator Heinrich

Santa Clarita needs your help! Senator Martin Heinrich has decided to undo 14 years of hard work to prevent mega-mining in Soledad Canyon. A bill sits on the Senate floor that is backed by Cemex and the City of Santa Clarita, at no cost to taxpayers, to prevent a mega-mine from being built on the edge of town. 264 more words

City Of Santa Clarita