Chris Abess, Symantec's Vice President, Sales & Marketing Operations (SMO) and Global Green Team Executive Champion
On Earth Day this year, we launched the “One Mug, One Planet” campaign to help reduce waste across our operations and encourage all employees to think about the impacts they make both inside and outside the office.
Caterpillar is committed to making sustainable progress possible and encourages our employees to get involved in sustainability efforts in their facilities and communities, which is what Caterpillar employees did in Texas and Illinois in April. Employees spent time volunteering to help educate others and improve the environment for Earth Day.
As part of Caesars Entertainment’s corporate citizenship efforts, employees from Harrah’s and Harvey’s Lake Tahoe celebrated Earth Day by taking part in a local conservation project. Dozens of team members spent April 22nd volunteering at the River Fork Ranch Preserve in the Carson Valley, shoring up the watershed along the Truckee River. Working in shifts, HERO and CodeGreen volunteers, and even employees on their day off, came out to support the effort.
Kaiser Permanente partners with Alliance for Climate Education to encourage the next generation of environmental leaders
Earth Day reminds us of the ongoing need for actions that improve both the environment and public health — whether it’s preserving the abundance of natural resources, reducing chemicals in our food and water supply, or coping with the extreme events driven by climate change.
In response to these complex challenges, the power of youth to co-create a greener planet is stronger than ever.
Case in point: Meet Jocelyn Galarza, an enthusiastic 11th grade student from North Salinas High School in central California.
Toyota leads the industry with more than 2 million hybrid vehicles on the road
NEW YORK, April 22, 2014 /3BL Media/ -- Seventeen years ago, Toyota put the finishing touches on the very first Prius. It was the beginning of a revolution of green transportation that has taken over the world by storm, and to this day Toyota continues to lead the industry through its research by designing environmentally sustainable solutions for the road.
Carnival Corporation & plc will meet its goal to reduce its rate of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from shipboard operations by 20 percent
MIAMI, April 22, 2014 /3BL Media/ - In honor of Earth Day and the importance of year-round environmental awareness, Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK), the world's largest cruise company, today announced it will meet its goal to reduce its rate of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from shipboard operations by 20 percent. This goal was established by the company as part of Carnival's ongoing efforts to reduce environmental impact from its operations.
Environmental stewardship is at the heart of how we do business. With more than 40,000 restaurants, and our rapid growth around the globe, we acknowledge our responsibility to be environmentally responsible corporate stewards. We are committed to reducing our environmental footprint for the benefit of our customers, stakeholders and planet, as we work to become the Defining Global Company that Feeds the World.