With a 170% rise in attendance, the 16th Annual Responsible Business Summit Europe is shaping to be the largest and most influential gathering of 500+ in Business Responsibility. 2017 is bringing the leading businesses, CEOs and governmental personnel to debate how to quantify social impact.
We continually monitor the environmental effects of our business, not only by creating many new and innovative products that consume less water and energy, but also by improving our manufacturing processes. Our expanded use of clean, renewable wind energy in Ohio is one example of how we work to minimize our impact on the planet.
Misti Nehus, Sealed Air’s North American Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Manager, has been selected as a recipient of the Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Ahead Awards given by The Manufacturing Institute, an arm of the National Association of Manufacturers, a U.S.-based business advocacy organization. The STEP Ahead Awards honor women at all manufacturing levels who have demonstrated leadership and excellence in their careers.
CSX’s community partners help us achieve a wide range of corporate responsibility goals – one of which is being a committed neighbor and environmental steward. Our employees realize that part of their job is being an integral part of the communities where CSX operates.
So this Earth Day, we’re celebrating our partnership with one of our CSX community partners: The Arbor Day Foundation. Last fall, some of the Arbor Day Foundation staff met with CSX colleagues who planted trees at one of our Philadelphia service days.
Workers at a tomato farm in Nogales, Ariz., got a check this month for more than $30,000. And they expect more money to come.
The approximately 130 workers of Wholesum Harvest are still deciding how to spend the money, but they say their initial priorities include subsidizing transportation, recreation areas and medical insurance.
Two-toed sloth, bald eagle and boa constrictor visit North American headquarters
The FCA US Chrysler World Headquarters and Technology Center (CTC) in Michigan got a little wild last week when a few of nature’s finest dropped in for a visit to celebrate Earth Day 2017.
A two-toed sloth, bald eagle and a border collie trained to herd geese showed their stuff to employees who had the chance to ask questions and take pictures. Rounding out the cavalcade of animals were some flying squirrels, bats, owls, starfish, turtles, salamander, sea lamprey and a boa constrictor.
It’s no secret that Mary Kay Ash was a firm believer in preserving our precious and limited resources for future generations. With our fast-paced lives and rushing from one thing to the next, how can we possibly make time to “Save the Earth” on top of finding thoughtful gifts for all the birthdays/holidays we can hardly remember, grocery shopping, family obligations… I feel like I’m forgetting something… and everything else?
2017 report outlines the retailer’s milestones in creating shared value for people, business and society
BENTONVILLE, Ark., April 20, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Walmart today released its tenth annual Global Responsibility Report, which looks back at the company’s progress during fiscal year 2017 in advancing the key areas of opportunity, sustainability and local communities. The report also looks ahead at the retailer’s role in helping rewire whole social and environmental systems as it strives toward a new era of trust and transparency.