Interface’s leadership believes that Mission Zero® will be completed as scheduled. So what happens next? What’s the next mission?
First, do no harm.
I’ve long thought that this phrase was a part of the Hippocratic Oath, which is the pledge taken by medical doctors regarding their ethical obligations to patients. I checked, and it turns out that it isn’t actually in the oath. Still, the concept rings true. When ill, we turn to doctors with the expectation that they will heal us, not hurt us.
Reprinted from U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center Blog
I believe that when a visionary passes away, his or her vision becomes known by another word: legacy. As Ray’s grandson and the Executive Director of the Foundation that bears his name, I strive to advance that legacy along with the rest of his family. We are grantmakers, supporting innovative initiatives that advance environmental sustainability. Our primary partners are some of the most effective environmental nonprofits and higher education institutions in the world. That said, we remain true to Ray’s fundamental belief that business and industry is the sector that
Center at Georgia Tech is named after Alumnus Ray C. Anderson
January 30, 2015 /3BL Media/ - The Georgia Institute of Technology’s Scheller College of Business has received a $5 million commitment from the Ray C. Anderson Foundation to rename the Center for Business Strategies for Sustainability. To honor this commitment and Ray Anderson’s legacy, the Center will now be known as the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business.