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Boeing Recognized for Sustainability Leadership

Breakthrough recycling diverts up to one million pounds of waste companywide and generates revenue
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CHICAGO, August 17, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Boeing [NYSE: BA] today received a 2020 Sustainability Leadership Award from the National Association of Manufacturers. The award recognizes the company’s innovative efforts to recycle aerospace carbon fiber, diverting waste away from landfills across the globe.

Windsor Mill’s Circular Economy Reduces Waste


You’ve heard about ecosystems: the way all living things in a given area interact with each other and their environment. There’s a similar concept in sustainability called “industrial ecology,” which is the notion that industrial processes benefit from mimicking the closed-loop efficiency, or circular economy, of a natural ecosystem.

Boeing Fabrication Site Leader Eyes Net-Zero Energy Consumption

A conversation with Boeing's Adi Singh

**This is the eighth article in a series focusing on The Boeing Company's environmental performance and progress in 2016. Visit for more information.**

Adi Singh leads Boeing’s Frederickson, Washington, site, one of the company’s 12 major facilities that fabricate parts and structural components for Boeing commercial and military aircraft.

Carnival Corporation Recognized for Leadership in Environmental Excellence

Port of Seattle’s Annual Green Gateway Awards honor three of company’s brands
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SEATTLE, May 15, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK), the world's largest leisure travel company, had another strong showing at the seventh annual Port of Seattle Green Gateway Awards ceremony.

Carnival is Making a Commitment to Protect the Environment


Arnold Donald gets serious when he talks about protecting the environment. After all, as CEO of Carnival Corporation, the world’s largest cruise ship company, his business depends on healthy oceans and clean beaches. “We do not want to not only ‘not do harm’, we actually want to make the environment better, especially marine environment,” Donald says, “because that’s the place we operate the most.”

Click here to read the full article on Fortune. 

Chicago Gets Jazzed Up New Orleans-Style With Oscar and Grammy Winning Artist Common for @NatlParkService Centennial Celebration

National Park Service and National Park Foundation Bring the Musical Traditions Of New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park to Chicago, Inspiring a New Generation to #Findyourpark
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CHICAGO, June 9, 2016 /3BL Media/ – On June 11, 2016, the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation will partner with Common to host the second event in the organizations’ Park Exchange Series, bringing the musical experience of New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park to Chicago.

RB Introduces New Integrated Approach to Sustainability and Corporate Reporting and Raises Key Sustainability Targets Following Early Successes


RB, the global leader in consumer health and hygiene, today launched its 2015 Sustainability Report alongside its 2015 Annual Report and Financial Statements.

The simultaneous release reflects RB’s new, integrated approach to sustainability and financial reporting and is in keeping with the company’s betterbusiness strategy - specifically the recognition that positive social impact and effective environmental responsibility contribute strongly to RB’s successful financial outperformance.

FCA US Brampton Assembly Plant Earns World Class Manufacturing Bronze Designation

  • Canadian plant becomes the 13th FCA North American facility to achieve milestone award
  • Award recognizes improvements in safety, quality and productivity
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  • Canadian plant becomes the 13th FCA North American facility to achieve milestone award
  • Award recognizes improvements in safety, quality and productivity

Costa Cruises and the University of Gastronomic Sciences Together for Sustainable Food on Board

A three-year agreement that, based on Italian culinary traditions, focuses on quality-oriented research, the promotion of a healthy diet, respect for the environment and reducing food waste.
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Changes in Packaging Processes at Thermo King Plant Reduce Solid Waste and Fuel Usage, Save $2,000,000 Annually

Results at Aricebo, Puerto Rico plant recognized with company's President's Award for Operational Excellence
In early 2013, employees at this Thermo King plant identified an opportunity to streamline part of their packaging process by incorporating returnable packaging. Returnable packaging constitutes replacing disposable packaging, cardboard boxes and wooden pallets with returnable plastics bins, totes and pallets.  ...See how this has led to massive cost savings and improved carbon footprint...
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