Details Key Climate Action Milestones, Alignment with UN Sustainable Development Goals and Position on Biodiversity
ST. LOUIS, February 21, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Monsanto Company today released its 2016 Sustainability Report, Growing Better Together. Highlights include Monsanto’s actions to help mitigate and adapt to climate change through collaborative efforts, the advancement of its biodiversity position and alignment of its work with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Thanks to a $95,000 grant from Boeing, the Washington Stormwater Center will help businesses understand stormwater runoff regulations and why they’re essential to good stormwater management. The center plans to start creating the various outreach projects in January.
Across the U.S., smart city programs are moving beyond press releases, pilot programs and demonstrations. Municipalities are collaborating with industry and utilities to create roadmaps defining their approach to regional integrated smart infrastructure.
MINNEAPOLIS, October 25, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Today, General Mills was named an AgWater Steward by Ceres and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) for having far-reaching, ongoing water commitments and for showing action across all five categories of the group’s AgWater Challenge -- including water risk assessments and setting reduction goals, reducing water risk in agricultural supply chains and supporting producers in addressing these issues.
No one company, sector, or individual can solve important environmental issues like stormwater. Boeing, The Nature Conservancy, Washington Stormwater Center and Stewardship Partners have come together to invest in solutions where both people and nature can thrive.
By Bharathi Athinarayanan, Principal Member of Technical Staff for AT&T in Bengaluru, India.
How do you save more than 3,800 gallons of water and 40 pounds of trash in Bengaluru, India? You get together a bunch of dedicated colleagues who are passionate about making their world a better place. By working together over a year, my 75 colleagues and I demonstrate that small actions for good can add up to a big, positive impact. It all started with doing one thing – really.