Boeing achieves high marks for environmental transparency, earns designation for fourth year
SEATTLE, Sept. 26, 2013 /3BL Media/ -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] has been named one of the world's leading companies in taking actions to improve environmental performance and reporting climate-change strategy by the CDP, formally known as the Carbon Disclosure Project.
Boeing is one of 53 companies on the 2013 list of CDP's Standard & Poor's 500 Climate Disclosure Leadership Index. This is the fourth time Boeing has been named to this list by the international, non-profit environmental organization.
DETROIT, September 12, 2013 /3BL Media/ – General Motors achieved a leadership position for its climate change data submitted toCDP, the world’s only global environmental disclosure system. GM earned a score of 100/A-, ranking among the top 10 percent of companies reporting in the CDP Global 500 Climate Change Report 2013.
September 11, 2013 /3BL Media/ - CDP announced today it will host a reception for the top Canadian and U.S. disclosers on Oct. 22 in tandem with the National Association for Environmental Management’s (NAEM) 2013 EHS Management Forum in Montreal. The Forum is the largest annual conference for corporate environment, health and safety (EHS) and sustainability leaders.
Weyerhaeuser believes providing accurate, up-to-date information about the sustainability of its products is one step toward helping people make informed purchasing decisions. The company provides Product Environmental Profiles that summarize environmental attributes of its products, from raw material sourcing to manufactured product, i.e., “cradle-to-gate”. These profiles are intended to inform Weyerhaeuser’s customers about key environmental indicators like partial carbon footprint, fiber sourcing, air emissions, water use, water discharges and residuals management.
NEW YORK, July 1, 2013 /3BL Media/ – The UN Global Compact today announced that it has expelled 99 companies in the first half of 2013 for failure to communicate progress for at least two consecutive years. A public list of expelled companies can be found here.
This post was written by Paula Alexander, director of Sustainable Business for Burt’s Bees and president of the Burt’s Bees Greater Good Foundation.
Authenticity, transparency and sustainability are important strands of the Burt’s Bees brand DNA. We bring this to life through the “% natural” indicator on our labels and through our Sustainability Report.
This week, Account Director Jillian Wilson-Martin and Assistant Account Executive Ivellisse Morales from our Social Impact team discuss how to protect your charitable dollars from so-called “charities” that claim to do good, but really pocket your donations as profits.
RSF borrower Indigenous has been pioneering fair trade fashion for years, and the recent tragedy in Bangladesh shows how much their work is needed. Indigenous is now offering to share its transparency and labor practices with the rest of the fashion industry, and urging consumers to demand ethical fashion.
Opportunities Increasing as Requested Amounts Stay Flat
MONTREAL, May 30, 2013 /3BL Media/ – As the busy Summer event season quickly approaches trends in sponsorship rights fees were examined in this month’s SPONSORIUM Report, indicating modest growth. The average amount requested in Music Festival sponsorship files outpaced those of other types of Festivals in data extracted over a four year term.