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AB InBev 2016 Better World Report; Bringing People Together for a Better World

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Anheuser-Busch InBev has published its 2016 Better World Report, which reports on progress against its Better World strategy, which was updated last October following its combination with SABMiller to align its environmental, social and alcohol responsibility efforts around three core pillars:

Aflac's Cause Marketing is Model for Companies That Seek Purpose with Profit

CauseTalk Radio | Episode 207 - Premiered March 21, 2017
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As featured on CauseTalk Radio podcast episode 207 - listen here 

Today on CauseTalk Radio, Megan and I talk to Buffy Swinehart, Senior Manager, Cause Marketing for Aflac, on the company's Duckprints campaign to fight childhood cancer.

Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany Releases 2016 Corporate Responsibility Report

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Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany—whose life science business in the U.S. and Canada operates as MilliporeSigma—recently published its 2016 Corporate Responsibility Report. Available online at http://reports.emdgroup.com/2016/cr-report/, the report details the company's activities across the globe in health, environment, and culture & education. 

The Future of Work is Flexible, and Female

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At SXSW 2017, one of the nation’s premier venues for new ideas, Booz Allen Executive Dee Dee Helfenstein discussed the changing workplace, the on-demand economy, and how organizations can attract and retain top talent.

Duke Energy’s Latest Sustainability Report Details Cleaner Energy Investments and Aggressive Goal to Reduce Carbon Emissions 40 Percent by 2030

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  • Report highlights the company’s progress in delivering a smart-energy future for customers, communities
  • By 2030, company to reduce carbon dioxide emissions 40 percent from 2005 levels 
  • $11 billion investment in cleaner generation drives new targets
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  • Report highlights the company’s progress in delivering a smart-energy future for customers, communities
  • By 2030, company to reduce carbon dioxide emissions 40 percent from 2005 levels 
  • $11 billion investment in cleaner generation drives new targets

What’s Next for Bechtel’s Sustainability

by Tam Nguyen, Global Head of Sustainability
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Global stressors – from water scarcity to modern-day slavery – are forcing companies to fundamentally rethink and reinvent business models and practices to support a more secure, sustainable future. With a track record of building more than 25,000 projects across 160 countries on all seven continents over the past 119 years, looking ahead to the future, Bechtel is uniquely positioned to transform how the engineering and construction industries design, build and operate mega-projects around the world.

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Global stressors – from water scarcity to modern-day slavery – are forcing companies to fundamentally rethink and reinvent business models and practices to support a more secure, sustainable future. With a track record of building more than 25,000 projects across 160 countries on all seven continents over the past 119 years, looking ahead to the future, Bechtel is uniquely positioned to transform how the engineering and construction industries design, build and operate mega-projects around the world.

Lockheed Martin Reports First Year of Progress Toward New Sustainability Goals

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In late 2015, we reassessed our priority sustainability issues based on Lockheed Martin’s evolving business portfolio and highly dynamic environment. Beginning in 2016, we focus on five core sustainability issues made up of 23 factors. Our sustainability factors have two tiers of priorities: Tier 1 performance factors where we seek to accelerate progress by setting targets for 2017 and 2020; and Tier 2 factors that we will advance through continued management and disclosure, without setting new SMP goals.

Infographic | How Does Lockheed Martin Add Value to Society?

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As a global defense and aerospace company, our products and technological solutions enable our customers to protect and facilitate resilient and thriving societies. To meet the demands of our government and commercial customers, we deliver innovative, scalable solutions to the world’s most complex problems. Addressing global challenges, today and in the future, is our opportunity to provide value to society. Follow the connections between a global megatrend, a selection of our generation-after-next technologies and services and the sustainability value we offer.

VIDEO | How Lockheed Martin is Unlocking Value for Society Through Technology

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Societies of tomorrow will depend on businesses to secure natural resources, advanced infrastructure and human lives. Hear how Lockheed Martin is doing just that.

Read more about the environmental, social and financial impact of our products in our 2016 Sustainability Report.

Lockheed Martin Releases Its 2016 Sustainability Report

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Externally, sustainability is how Lockheed Martin is addressing the world’s most pressing problems by helping to build and maintain the architecture of a safe, productive society. Internally, sustainability is a vital component of our business model that drives responsible, profitable growth to increase shareholder value and deliver mission and economic success to customers, employees and suppliers.

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