Over 300 employees from Timberland’s global headquarters in Stratham, NH recently pulled on their boots for a day of volunteer service to celebrate Timberlands’ 20th annual Earth Day service event. The outdoor lifestyle brand closed its corporate office on May 10 to encourage employees to serve at one of six local projects designed to meet community needs while helping to green and grow the community. The projects addressed food insecurity, homelessness, addiction/recovery, and veteran’s affairs -- the four issues employees indicated they most wanted to address through their service.
VMware’s EPIC2 values are the foundation of its strong company culture. VMware’s mission is to leave ahead a better future—to put back more into the environment, society and the global economy than we take – and to inspire our employees, customers and partners to do the same. We are reminded of this mission as we celebrate Earth Month 2018.
As part of the outdoor lifestyle brand’s fourth annual Earth Week celebration, leading up to global Earth Day on April 22, Timberland hosted a series of environmentally-focused events at its Stratham, NH headquarters. From reforestation and cattle ranching, to sustainable seafood and a tiny house, the week’s full schedule of events was designed to engage employees in the company’s efforts to protect and restore the outdoors, while also providing actionable ideas for adopting more sustainable practices in their own lives.
Powered by 100 percent biofuel, FedEx's Boeing 777 ecoDemonstrator celebrated Earth Day with a stop at the shipping giant's Memphis hub. The 777 will spend the next few months as a flying technology testbed for development of innovations to help improve environmental performance.
Report Celebrates Environmental Milestones in 2017 Through AEG 1EARTH, AEG’s 10-Year Old, Industry-Leading Global Sustainability Program
LOS ANGELES, April 25, 2018 /3BL Media/ – AEG, the world’s leading sports and live entertainment company, released its 2018 Sustainability Report, a comprehensive publication that details the company’s global efforts toward reducing its environmental footprint through its 10-year old, industry-leading global sustainability program, AEG 1EARTH.
Camp Westwood is a branch of the Pawtucket YMCA tucked away off the beaten path in Coventry, RI. The 60 acres of land is open from April to October each year for locals to camp, swim, kayak, or just enjoy the beautiful setting. And as our employees turned into the camp this Earth Day, we were greeted with a sign that read “Thank You National Grid Volunteers.” We hadn’t done anything to deserve the thanks yet, but we were about to earn it.
Recognized for achieving 95% diversion rate for waste at Palo Alto headquarters
PALO ALTO, California – April 23, 2018 – In celebration of Earth Month, HP Inc. (NYSE: HPQ) announced that its corporate headquarters has been awarded Gold under the TRUE (Total Resource Use and Efficiency) Zero Waste certification program.
Conservation tips from Coulter Wood, senior staff engineer
By Kelly Braaten and Coulter Wood
This Earth Day, we asked Coulter Wood, a senior staff engineer at Hormel Foods who is responsible for the company’s energy management, to share some of his favorite tips — things people can do in their own lives to help preserve the Earth’s resources. Check out his thoughts and learn more about Coulter and his role at the company below!