2015

BNSF Announces $6 Billion Capital Expenditure Program for 2015

Third Consecutive Year of Record Investment in BNSF Network and Infrastructure
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BNSF Railway recently announced that its planned capital expenditures for 2015 will be $6 billion, which will go toward maintenance and expansion of the railroad in order to meet the expected demand for freight rail service. The 2015 plan marks the third year in a row that BNSF has committed a record amount for capital investments. BNSF also updated its planned capital expenditures for 2014, which now are expected to be $5.5 billion.

Honda R&D Installs Advanced Fast-Fill Hydrogen Refueling Station

New station on Honda R&D Americas' Torrance, California campus built in anticipation of Honda's next-generation fuel cell electric vehicle, due in 2015
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  • New station on Honda R&D Americas' Torrance, California campus built in anticipation of Honda's next-generation fuel cell electric vehicle, due in 2015
  • Honda-developed hydrogen refueling protocol significantly reduces fill time

BSR's Outlook for Sustainable Business in 2014

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In three articles published on our website this week, we share perspectives on the outlook for sustainable business in 2014. 

2014 in Two Acts: Part I, Paving the Way for International Agreements of 2015

By Aron Cramer, President and CEO, BSR

Fair Trade USA Announces Innovation Strategy to Double Impact for Farming Communities by 2015

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Fair Trade USA, the leading U.S. certifier of Fair Trade products, today launched a new innovation strategy—Fair Trade for Allto double U.S. sales for Fair Trade farmers and extend Fair Trade benefits to millions of additional farmers and workers by 2015. This bold new vision will generate significantly more additional income and community development funding for farming communities around the world. Fair Trade USA’s President and CEO made the announcement today at the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting.


Press Release

Fair Trade USA, the leading U.S. certifier of Fair Trade products, today launched a new innovation strategy—Fair Trade for Allto double U.S. sales for Fair Trade farmers and extend Fair Trade benefits to millions of additional farmers and workers by 2015. This bold new vision will generate significantly more additional income and community development funding for farming communities around the world. Fair Trade USA’s President and CEO made the announcement today at the Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting.


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