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Bombardier Listed on Newsweek Green Rankings 2012

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October 31, 2012 /3BL Media/ - For the first time, Bombardier has been listed among the Newsweek Green Rankings 2012, a cross-sectoral, environmental ranking of the 500 largest publicly traded companies in the world. Bombardier is ranked 89 out of the 500 companies, and third within its sector, Aerospace and Defence, comprised of 12 companies. Bombardier’s overall green score was 68.8,  while the highest score in the sector was 70.

Recycled Milk Jugs Become “Eek-O-Friendly” Skeletons for Underprivileged Kids


From achieving more than 100 landfill-free facilities to providing the blueprint to achieve zero waste, GM is continually reducing its environmental impact. Our company is committed to reducing waste; as are our workers, who continue to find innovative ways to do their part. And just in time for Halloween, too.

Recyclebank Ranks Tops on WSJ List of Venture-Backed Green Companies; General Mills Funds African Food Relief - CSR Minute for November 1, 2012

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Recyclebank has scored the top spot on the Wall Street Journal rating of the Top Ten Venture-Backed Green Companies. Recyclebank rewards people for taking everyday green actions with discounts and deals. This is the third time the company has appeared on the list, and the second time it has topped the rankings.

Reminder: CBSR Twitter Chat - The Regeneration of CSR

#CBSRchat - November 1st, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST (11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PST)
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October 31, 2012 /3BL Media/ - Join global CSR professionals for CBSR’s inaugural Twitter Chat!

On Thursday, November 1st, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST, CBSR Associate Coro Strandberg will lead a discussion about the future of CSR.  A focal point of the Chat will be to engage the global CSR community in a discussion informed by CBSR’s newest research on the “Qualities of a Transformational Company”. 

BCLC Asks About the Most Rewarding Moment of Hilton Worldwide’s Partnership with the Global Soap Project

For the final week of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Business Civic Leadership Center’s Best Partnership award contest, Hilton Worldwide responded to a series of questions regarding their partnership with The Global Soap Project

Q: What has been your personal favorite moment in this partnership?

You Made Me Look!


By Bahar Gidwani

Few things can be as ironic as the breakfast buffet at a sustainability conference.  You’ll seepaper coffee cups, plastic forks, and too much food.  If the organizers really cared about our welfare (and that of our planet), maybe they should cut down on the number of eggs, eliminate the heavily sugared pastries, and rethink that mound of fried bacon?  How about also using some cloth napkins and china plates?

JustGreen™ Lifestyle by Just Energy Announces Carbon Offset Partnership with The Village of Pinecrest, Florida

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PINECREST, Fla., Oct. 31, 2012 /3BL Media /PRNewswire/ - JustGreen™ Lifestyle by Just Energy is pleased to announce a unique partnership with the Village of Pinecrest in Florida to offer residents and businesses a simple new option to reduce their environmental footprint through carbon offsets.

ReportAlert.info - Commonwealth Bank Group (ASX:CBA) Publishes Sustainability Report 2012

The report presents the Group's approach to sustainability and outlines key programs and achievements for the 2011-12 financial year across five areas of sustainability focus.
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October 31, 2012 /3BL Media/ - The Commonwealth Bank Group (the Group) today released its Sustainability Report 2012 on a dedicated microsite, available at www.commbank.com.au/sustainability2012; featuring case studies, videos and interactive performance data charts.

// Hydro Ottawa’s Green Energy Initiatives

Renewable Electricity – The Way Forward

In 1882, Hydro Ottawa’s predecessor, the Ottawa Electric Light Company, first lit the streets of the nation’s capital using renewable green energy. Fast forward 130 years later, it’s a legacy that Hydro Ottawa, through its Green Energy initiatives, is proud to carry on.

GMO: Your Right To Know

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Like it or not, genetically engineered foods make up a significant portion of our nation’s food supply. Approximately ninety-three percent of all U.S. soy and canola and eighty-six percent of our corn are genetically modified. There are informed positions on both sides of the debate around genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, pertaining to the health and long-term safety of these food products. But many assert that as long as this debate still rages, consumers deserve to know whether they’re eating and serving foods that have been genetically modified.


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