A Conversation with Ron Jarvis, VP of Environmental Innovation and Social Environmental Responsibility
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The Home Depot’s culture is its special sauce for success. The podcast series, “Give Me An H,” explores this unique culture through the eyes and experiences of associates who live it every day. It offers insider perspectives into how bleeding orange shapes careers and instills an appreciation for what can happen when a company commits to doing good, while also doing well.
Just days into the new year and American executives are yet again being asked to flex and increase their justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (JEDI) IQ. The events of the last two weeks have further solidified the need for corporate executives – and the companies they lead – to address the realities of serious and deeply rooted inequity, systemic racism and bias in the United States.
The 17 th annual Global 100 Most Sustainable Companies will be unveiled on January 25 with a virtual CEO roundtable discussion to share insights from Global 100 pros and why it’s essential for businesses to speed up the race to a net-zero-emissions economy.
As part of our 2021 planning, we have been building out exciting new educational, training, and informative webinars for the flooring contractor community! The first webinar launches this week.
Sustainability in Flooring We will capture the perspective of both the floor covering and floor installation product manufacturers in this one-hour course. Join us as we focus on proper product selection, green building documentation, and more.
Land Betterment Corporation (“Land Betterment” or the “Company”), an environmental solutions company fostering positive impact through upcycling former coal mining sites to create sustainable community development and job creation, is proud to be the Season 4 sponsor of the Middle Tech Podcast. Land Betterment is commitment to support entrepreneurship and collaboration with forward thinkers within its region, and to encourage stakeholder engagement to help bring sustainable solutions to the markets in which it serves.
As the world peeks beyond the COVID-19 crisis and Joe Biden’s administration takes up residence in Washington, D.C., humankind faces an existential challenge: How do we reignite the global economy while prioritizing infrastructure investments that slow the march of climate change?
Join us for an interactive, far-reaching live-streamed conversation with John Elkington, a world authority on corporate responsibility and sustainable capitalism, and the bestselling author of books including “Green Swans: The Coming Boom in Regenerative Capitalism.”
Wednesday marked a dark moment in U.S. history. The iconic essence of our democracy, the United States Capitol Building, was attacked and defiled. The events of this week also shined a brighter spotlight on the deep wound racism and systemic oppressive injustice leaves on our nation, and still persists today. With no shortage of historic moments in the past year, companies have been called upon again and again to lean-in on issues and participate in important, while often uncomfortable, conversations.