(3BL/JustMeans) Carnival Corporation is a cruise company that bills itself as the world’s largest leisure travel company. It is also a company that puts a premium on sustainability, as shown by the progress it has made towards sustainability performance goals it set in 2015. The 10 goals are all specifically designed to reduce the company’s environmental footprint.
When you are a company that has been embroiled in a scandal that involved cheating on diesel engine emissions tests, you need to set your environmental targets high. And that is precisely what Volkswagen has done.
(3BL Media/Justmeans) - While city folks have public sewers to treat waste, country folks have septic tanks. Anyone who lives in the country knows all about the trials and tribulations of having a septic system, those small tanks underground that treat sewage.
(3BL/JustMeans) The company that owns the fast food chains Taco Bell, KFC and Pizza Hut takes green building seriously. Yum Brands is a member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) and has built over 30 LEED certified buildings in nine countries. The company’s LEED certification total was the second highest among restaurateurs in 2015.
Mars, Incorporated is making strides to be more environmentally friendly. The company known for its chocolate reduced greenhouse gas emissions from its operations by 25 percent and sent zero waste to landfill from its 126 manufacturing sites around the world.
(3BL Media/Justmeans) – Before the onset of a 27 year-long civil war in Angola, Africa, it was the world's fourth largest coffee producer, a top exporter of sisal, sugarcane, banana and cotton, and self-sufficient in all food crops except wheat.
(3BL Media/Justmeans) â Leaders of the Catholic Church in America took their orders from the Popeâs encyclical (a letter laying out official Catholic doctrine) on Thursday, 18 June, to push Congress and the White House for action on climate change.