Boston College of Corporate Citizenship Knowledge@Work series features a blog article by John Spinnato, Vice President of North American Corporate Social Responsibility at Sanofi US. He asks if Corporations have been emphasizing ethics but not addressing morality. Should “morality” be the proper standard which we should strive for in the corporate world?
By John Bradburn, manager of GM’s waste-reduction efforts
We did it.
General Motors has achieved 100 landfill-free facilities – meaning zero waste from daily operations is sent to landfill. We have more landfill-free operations than any automaker, and we recycle and reuse more waste than any auto manufacturer.
(3BL Media) Rio de Janeiro - June 21, 2012 - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today accepted the full set of outcomes from the Rio+20 Corporate Sustainability Forum, including a listing of more than 200 business commitments.
Last week, Abbott’s Divisional Vice President of Global Citizenship and Policy Katherine Pickus participated in a webinar panel discussing opportunities to create shared value in global health care, hosted by social impact consultant group FSG.
Energy efficient distribution center also named 100th landfill-free site
(3BL Media) Lansing, MI - June 20, 2012 - General Motors’ Lansing Customer Care and Aftersales parts distribution center reached landfill-free status and earned ENERGY STAR® certification for superior energy efficiency from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.