Mike Bloomberg
02/23/2017 at 21:36. Facebook
Mike Bloomberg
02/23/2017 at 17:41. Facebook
90% of the world’s coral reefs are expected to disappear by 2050, threatening marine life that supports the jobs, food, protection, tourism and medicine of nearly half a billion people. Bloomberg Philanthropies, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation and The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation (Vulcan Inc.) are supporting a new joint effort with The Ocean Agency and The University of Queensland - UQ using...
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Mike Bloomberg
02/21/2017 at 17:27. Facebook
Across the country, immigrants are building our future. New American Economy's Map the Impact project showcases their significant contributions to communities in every state. A strong economy rests on common-sense immigration reforms – encouraging growth, not stifling it: MapTheImpact.org.
Mike Bloomberg
02/19/2017 at 19:44. Facebook
South Africa has the highest rate of obesity in sub-Saharan Africa, with related diseases accounting for 43 percent of deaths in the country and imposing steep economic costs. The country now has the opportunity to take action that can help combat this noncommunicable disease: [ Mikebloom.bg Link ].

Cut diabetes, obesity down to size

Oscar de la Renta was one of the kindest and most generous people I’ve ever met – always willing to lend a hand to help make our city and our country a better place. Thank you to the US Postal Service for honoring him with this well-deserved tribute.
Harvey Lichtenstein's ability to recognize and nurture creativity and talent of all kinds set a new standard for how cultural organizations can inspire audiences and shape cities. His cutting-edge vision and relentless drive transformed BAM into a world-renowned center of cultural excellence, which set the stage for Brooklyn to become an international symbol of urban innovation. When the...
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Mike Bloomberg on the Passing of Harvey Lichtenstein

Cities, businesses, and citizens can lead – and win – the battle against climate change, no matter which way the political winds in Washington may shift. #ClimateofHope will look at local solutions to this critical, environmental challenge. Learn more about the book, coming this April, and pre-order at ClimateofHope.com.
Noncommunicable diseases, including cancer, are the leading cause of death and disability worldwide. If we care about saving lives, prevention and early diagnosis are key: [ Mikebloom.bg Link ]. #WorldCancerDay
Curing and preventing cancer is work that should transcend politics, uniting all nations and all people. #WorldCancerDay

2017 World Cancer Day - Mike Bloomberg

From choosing a college to getting fired, glad to share my experience and advice for students looking to succeed in business.

Michael Bloomberg on How to Succeed in Business

Tobacco use costs the world’s economies $1 trillion every year in healthcare expenditure and lost productivity. But if governments enact strong policies, they can save millions of lives and the economy: [ Mikebloom.bg Link ] via World Health Organization (WHO)

Global economic cost of smoking-attributable diseases

President Barack Obama, thank you for your service. #TBT
RMB Working Group aims to create US–China partnerships. Thank you Tung Chee-Hwa & the China General Chamber of Commerce for recognizing our progress.
The latest World Health Organization (WHO) report details the $1 trillion burden economies around the world are facing due to tobacco use. By accelerating the adoption of effective tobacco control interventions available today, we can lower costs, help prevent noncommunicable diseases, and save millions of lives.

Tobacco control can save billions of dollars and millions of lives

Honored to have met with King Salman of Saudi Arabia earlier this week.
Noncommunicable diseases, including tobacco use, are persistent killers that represent 80% of deaths worldwide. Bloomberg Philanthropies has partnered with more than 110 countries, representing nearly 4B people, in the last decade to pass strong tobacco control laws and will continue to build on this progress over the next 10 years.

Working Together Around The World To Kick The Big Tobacco Habit

A fitting selection for Queens Tribune's Person of the Year, Dennis Walcott has left an imprint on New York City that will last for generations to come – and best of all, he’s still hard at work for the borough he calls home and the city he loves.

Dennis Walcott: Queens Tribune's Person of the Year

Wishing you and your family a safe and happy holiday season! ❄
Geospatial intelligence is a critical field of study that guides decisions in technology every day. Thanks to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Director Robert Cardillo, and Deputy Director Sue Gordon for my visit to HQ today.
We are writing this book because we believe that it’s time for a new type of conversation about climate change. #ClimateofHope comes out April 2017: [ Mikebloom.bg Link ].