- Schneider Electric exceeds their year-end target, taking their overall performance for avoiding primary resource consumption to just over 126,000 metric tons
- The Group reaffirms its commitment to achieve 2020 goals and looks ahead at the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals
- The Tomorrow Rising Fund, by the Schneider Electric Foundation, moves forward with recovery and resilience by supporting education and training programs
If stacked, mattresses discarded in Europe every year would exceed the height of Mount Everest – by 678 times1. Approximately 30 million mattresses are thrown away, and most of this bulky, non-biodegradable waste-stream ends up in the landfill.
SAN RAMON, Calif., July 31, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Argentina’s highest court unanimously rejected the plaintiffs’ final bid to enforce a fraudulent $9.5 billion Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron Corporation. This is the latest in a string of legal victories in Chevron’s global defense against the Ecuadorian judgment—found by U.S.
Part of HP’s Print, Play & Learn platform, the collection of 35 original posters are designed to display and share.
By Sarah Murry
- What’s the news: T-Mobile snags a record-breaking high score (AGAIN) from J.D. Power for Full-Service Wireless Customer Care. That’s the sixth time in a row and the TWENTIETH time*overall that the Un-carrier beats the Carriers in their segment. And, Metro by T-Mobile took top honors for the second time in a row among Non-Contract Full-Service Providers.
- Why it matters: As COVID-19 and economic uncertainty take hold, consumers often find longer hold times than usual when calling customer service. Not at T-Mobile. The Un-carrier quickly moved more than 12,000 care reps from 17 domestic call centers, setting them up to serve customers from the safety of their homes —no long wait times and no bouncing around.
- Who it’s for:...
CNH Industrial's Social Fund is being used in strategic actions focused on food, health and education in South America, and will assist communities impacted by COVID-19 through short, medium and long term initiatives
July 31, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Comerica Bank has teamed up with Young Entrepreneurz Solutions Organization (YES) to equip youth from low- to moderate-income (LMI) communities with financial education skills needed to pursue a career in entrepreneurship. The $100,000 contribution also will provide startup funding for students across Comerica's five-state (Arizona, California, Florida, Michigan and Texas) geographical footprint.
Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute issues the brand’s Circular Series of recyclable jackets its Cradle to Cradle Certified Gold recognition.
Napapijri® is gaining worldwide recognition for its Circular Series, a first ever collection of 100% recyclable jackets.
The Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute granted Napapijri its Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Gold recognition, the world’s most advanced standard for use of safe, circular, and responsible materials.
In this video series, we’re sharing more about the intent of Mosaic’s 2025 sustainability targets and how we’ll get there. Acting Responsibly is a strategic priority for our employees and our company. This critical work helps Mosaic to maximize our positive impact on society.
Reducing freshwater use by 20% is one of Mosaic’s 2025 Targets. Government Relations Director Antonio Josino Meirelles and Senior Engineer Advisor Neil Beckingham explain more.
NRG Reflects on charitable contributions made in 2019, releases positiveNRG Year in Review
“Beyond our actions and contributions as a company, positiveNRG is also a reflection of our employees and the level of enthusiasm and the volunteerism they provided”—Jennifer Brunelle, Senior Director, PositiveNRG
By Nancy Clanton, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
“It was super hard,” to keep her son from finding out, Kelli Daniels said, “but I used my resources.”
When New York City restaurateur Melba Wilson first heard about the COVID-19 pandemic, she didn’t think it would come knocking on her eponymous eatery’s door. She is a resilient native New Yorker, after all. But on March 16, she had to temporarily close the dine in portion of her popular comfort food restaurant in Harlem, lay off staff, and secure emergency government funding to try to stay afloat.
Donation provides scholarships for students as part of Acts of Caring initiative
Thursday, August 6, 2020 - 12pm ET
The global impact of COVID-19 has exposed policies that maintain and even promote structural inequities, and in some cases, indifference to suffering. Companies responding to the many facets of the crisis understand the inextricable link between health outcomes of their employees and customers, with their own corporate health. Successful companies are proving that agility and an openness to new ways of working are better able to meet urgent needs with innovative solutions and partnerships.
By ALISON BOWEN
Months passed and the pandemic began. And then Leone, a lawyer and co-founder of a tech startup, received a call that she was a match for a 7-year-old boy who has Hodgkin lymphoma. She was asked if she was still willing to be a donor.
“I said, absolutely,” she said.