Royal Mail’s vision is to be recognised as the best delivery company in the UK and across Europe. Against a backdrop of significant change, innovation and diversification, Royal Mail has continued to put the principles of corporate responsibility at the heart of its business strategy. Royal Mail believes that this holds the key to building sustainable value for its shareholders.
Efforts Gaining Momentum in Reducing Emissions, Helping Communities, and Certifying Products
Owens Corning (NYSE: OC) today published its 2016 sustainability report. The company’s 11th annual report, themed It All Adds Up, documents the actions and efforts driving its global “handprint” and environmental footprint progress. Owens Corning has a long history of expanding its positive impact through sustainability. It is a core value of the company, exemplified through the actions of its 16,000 employees around the world.
Johnson Matthey, one of the longest-trading businesses in the FTSE 100, celebrates its 200th anniversary this year. A global leader in science and technology, the company was founded in London by Percival Norton Johnson in 1817 as a gold assaying business.
“Sustainability is a core value and the guiding light for innovation in the Lenzing Group. The raw material wood and the manufacturing processes applied in Lenzing are the basis for the low water consumption of our fibers. In addition, Lenzing™ fibers consume less energy, and, as a result, emit significantly less CO2 than comparable products in the market. Expanding the sales of our most ecological fibers is a core driver for our business and a benefit for the planet.”
Stefan Doboczky Chief Executive Officer Lenzing Group
Today, Abbott released its 2016 Global Sustainability Report, reinforcing its dedication to helping people live fuller, healthier lives around the world. The report details the company's global sustainability efforts and results, including its work to protect the environment, as more than 130 environmental projects in 2016 alone improved waste, water and energy efficiencies globally.
Sustainability serves as a guiding principle for how HP does business, fueling the company’s innovation and growth. It supports HP’s vision of creating technology that makes life better for everyone, everywhere.
With the release of the HP 2016 Sustainability Report—the company’s first full year of reporting HP Inc. data since separating from Hewlett-Packard Company in November 2015—HP demonstrates continued progress in reducing the company’s total carbon and water footprints, and decreasing greenhouse gas emissions in its operations, supply chain, and product portfolio.
“Experience tells us that thinking well ahead enables us to make much smarter decisions today. Get that right and we strengthen our reputation and deepen our relationships with the people who matter most to us: our customers, communities, partners and employees. In our Sustainability Report you’ll see how we’ve worked to lead our industry.” Robert Noel, Chief Executive, Landsec
Latest report details third-party recognition and noteworthy momentum toward key 2020 and 2025 goals.
FMC Corporation (NYSE:FMC) released its 2016 report on the company’s global sustainability performance, including progress toward its goals published in last year’s report as well as business-wide efforts to address climate change. The report, "Built for Progress," is FMC’s sixth annual update, and is aligned with GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) Standards.