Visa today released its 2017 Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report, the company’s summary of progress in its ongoing commitment to corporate responsibility, sustainability and ethical leadership. The report addresses the commitments and progress Visa has made across its most significant environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.
Click here to learn how our commitment to safety begins with the engineering of our products and manufacturing processes, and extends to operator training, job site solutions and promoting a culture of safety that guides the way we work.
Domtar has been a longtime leader in sustainability in the forest products industry because we are committed to incorporating sustainability throughout our supply chain — from forest management and raw material procurement to manufacturing processes and how we work. We’ve made great progress on the Domtar sustainability goals we set for the year 2020.
Join Brittany Hill, CEO and co-founder of Catalist, as she gives a sneak peek to a much-anticipated session at this year’s bbcon—Leading CSR Trends: Powering New Relationships Between Corporations and Nonprofits.
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2018 has been a significant year for corporate responsibility, with many companies placing a heightened focus on this area particularly after BlackRock's announcement in January regarding their investment requirements. Are you aware of other prominent themes that have developed over the course of the year? For example, are you prepared to refine your list of partners based on the brand shift away from multiple partners to a few targeted and select nonprofit partners?
Earning the right to operate is a responsibility Eastman takes very seriously. We understand that even the smallest action can have a lasting effect. Therefore, managing resources responsibly and preserving the ecosystem are top priorities.
The Eastman Equation: Challenge + Partner + Eastman = Impact
Reducing waste and conserving natural resources on job sites are increasingly important goals of many of Caterpillar’s customers as they seek to realize the full value of their assets on the job site. Click here to learn more about how our Job Site Solutions team works in partnership with Cat® dealers to help customers find innovative ways to improve their operations and be more competitive in the marketplace.
Caterpillar strives to provide customers with quality equipment that delivers the best economic proposition for their business. Read more here about how we remanufacture (reman) and rebuild products and components that not only provides customers with immediate cost savings, but also help extend life cycles and use materials more efficiently.