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Clearing the Air: Boeing Helps Airlines Cut Emissions

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As aviation’s global fleet doubles over the next 20 years to meet passenger and cargo demand, the industry has committed to capping the growth of carbon emissions by 2020 and then cutting them to half of what they were in 2005 by 2050.

“Boeing is significantly supporting progress with our highly efficient airplanes and our work with industry partners to improve operational efficiency. We’re also a leader in fostering the development of sustainable aviation fuel,” said Sean Newsum, director of Commercial Airplanes environmental strategy.

Carnival Corporation Receives Green Gateway Environmental Excellence Awards

Carnival Cruise Line, Holland America Line and Princess Cruises recognized at annual Port of Seattle ceremony
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SEATTLEMay 19, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Carnival Corporation & plc, (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK), the world's largest leisure travel company, was well represented last month at the sixth annual Port of Seattle Green Gateway Awards, with three of its cruise line brands being recognized for environmental excellence. Carnival Cruise LineHolland America Line

Bloomberg Carbon Clock

The number displayed estimates the level of CO2 in the atmosphere right now
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Please view the Bloomberg Carbon Clock here: http://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/carbon-clock/

Carbon Dioxide pollution is the primary reason the Earth is warming. The number you see here estimates the level of CO2 in the Earth's atmosphere right now, based on monthly averages.

Nalco Program Saves Water and Energy for Marriott Hotel in Mumbai

Companies Set Three-Year Target To Cut Water Use By 450 Million Gallons Globally
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) September 12, 2011 -  Naperville, Ill.  Nalco (NYSE:NLC), providing essential expertise for water, energy and air, has helped the 583-room Marriott Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre and Marriott Executive Apartments drastically reduce water use in its cooling systems which also resulted in less energy use and wastewater discharge from the facility.

Nalco Reports on Economic, Environmental and Social Sustainability Progress

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Our 2010 Sustainability Report continues to expand our results reporting beyond our previous reports. This report contains:

  • Expanded information on our Shareholder Dialogue efforts

  • Three distinct sections on Environmental, Economic and Social Sustainability

  • The addition of new metrics to track our sustainability efforts

  • A separate Detailed Appendix that contains the in-depth information that supports our Sustainability Report

You can also learn more about our sustainability progress at www.nalco.com/sustainability.

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Our 2010 Sustainability Report continues to expand our results reporting beyond our previous reports. This report contains:

  • Expanded information on our Shareholder Dialogue efforts

  • Three distinct sections on Environmental, Economic and Social Sustainability

  • The addition of new metrics to track our sustainability efforts

  • A separate Detailed Appendix that contains the in-depth information that supports our Sustainability Report

You can also learn more about our sustainability progress at www.nalco.com/sustainability.

EPA Must Be Free to Pursue Its Legal Mandate to Clean Up Air Pollution, BICEP Coalition Representative Timberland Company Tells Congress

Jobs, Health at Stake as New Clean Air Act Regulations Spur Move toward Clean Energy
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The Timberland Company, which is a member of Ceres' Business for Innovative Climate & Energy Policy coalition (BICEP), defended the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) right to regulate greenhouse gas and air pollution at an opening hearing today with the House Energy and Commerce Committee. The defense comes on the heels of a new Ceres report released yesterday, February 8, entitled "New Jobs - Cleaner Air," which found robust overall job gains – nearly 290,000 full-time jobs in each of the next five years - stemming from compliance with pending EPA clean air rules.

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The Timberland Company, which is a member of Ceres' Business for Innovative Climate & Energy Policy coalition (BICEP), defended the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) right to regulate greenhouse gas and air pollution at an opening hearing today with the House Energy and Commerce Committee. The defense comes on the heels of a new Ceres report released yesterday, February 8, entitled "New Jobs - Cleaner Air," which found robust overall job gains – nearly 290,000 full-time jobs in each of the next five years - stemming from compliance with pending EPA clean air rules.

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