Health and Wellness CSR News

Nestlé Partners with Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Campaign to Support School Breakfast Programs

Nestlé leadership, First Lady of Virginia visit Arlington school in continued commitment to nutrition and ending childhood hunger
Press Release

ARLINGTON, Va., December 15, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Nestlé USA today announced its partnership with Share Our Strength to support the organization’s school breakfast initiatives as part of its No Kid Hungry campaign. The donation of $250,000 deepens Nestlé’s commitment to help children live healthier lives.

Brands That Are Brave, Win

Five strategies to stand up, break through and shift behavior
Article

by Nicole Pontes, Senior Strategist, BBMG

A rising generation is calling bullshit on brands that overpromise and don’t deliver, and a new wave of brand campaigns suggests that to break through, it’s going to take more than feigned authenticity and cultural posing. If brands want this new generation of discerning consumers to pay attention, they need to be braver, bolder and take more chances than ever before.

Do You Have the Right Staffing Levels to Manage Your Companies EHS & Sustainability Risks?

Article
  • Do you need to make the business case to expand your EHS&S staff?
  • Did your company recently go through a merger and industry data would be useful to restructure your team?
  • Is your company interested in benchmarking salaries of EHS&S staff?

Kenyan Farmers Reap Economic, Environmental Gains from ABCDs of Agroforestry

Blog

Less than a decade ago, the hills of Tuiyobei village in Kenya’s Rift Valley were nearly bare, with few trees or shrubs beyond the coffee plantations that yielded very little. The rain was sporadic, temperatures were rising, and crop yields and livelihoods were deteriorating. High deforestation triggered by increasing demand for firewood, lumber and charcoal had degraded the ecosystem.

Bristol-Myers Squibb Named One of America’s Most JUST Companies in 2017 By Forbes and JUST Capital

Company ranks in top 10% of Pharmaceutical and Biotech Sector on the issues Americans care about most.
Press Release

NEW YORK, December 14, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (NYSE: BMY) was named one of America’s Most JUST Companies, according to Forbes and JUST Capital, a nonprofit that ranks the largest publicly traded corporations in the United States on the issues Americans care about most. The company ranked third in the Pharmaceutical & Biotech sector and 32nd overall out of 1,000 of the largest publicly-traded companies in the United States.

Serving Those Who Served

Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation has teamed up with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to help improve lung cancer survival rates for veterans
Blog
With the help of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is hoping to wage a war on lung cancer by increasing veterans’ access to lung cancer screenings across the country.

Video | A Macy’s Parade Sneak Peek for a Family Facing Pediatric Cancer

Article

It’s been a challenging year for 10-year-old Teryn Buster. But on November 3, her spirits were flying high — as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons recently did — during a visit to Macy’s Parade Studio in Moonachie, New Jersey, headquarters of the world-famous parade. Inside this warehouse is where most of the parade’s balloons and floats are constructed.

Buster was on the trip of her young lifetime.

Advancing Human Health Through Global Collaboration

Blog

We’ve long known that advancement is best fostered through collaboration. As we strive to promote health and wellness in buildings and communities across the globe, we are continuously impressed by local initiatives, companies and industry professionals who are leading the way and finding innovative approaches to advance healthy buildings.

Design for Wellness: Strategies to Unite Health & Design

by Madeleine Evans
Blog

Design can be about many things: beauty, symmetry, color - but one of the most powerful elements of building and space design is the opportunity to impact and improve the health and well-being of people. Through thoughtful design choices like strategic placement of drinking water stations, selection of non-toxic materials and lighting that aligns with the body’s circadian rhythms, designers can be ambassadors for public health, a mission that we wholeheartedly believe in.

Essity Discloses Its Footprint in WWF’s Environmental Paper Company Index

Article

Essity has shown its commitment to transparency by participating in the Environmental Paper Company Index 2017 (EPCI). The Group receives an overall score of 78.7% and 94% out of a maximum of 100% for its responsible fiber sourcing. The EPCI is a WWF tool that promotes transparency and continual improvement in the global pulp, paper and packing sector towards sustainability.

The Index assesses how a company´s performance and targets on responsible sourcing, clean production and EMS/reporting change over time.

Pages

Subscribe to Health and Wellness