One Year Under President Biden: What's Changed for EHS&S?


EHS issues are always in flux and we have to keep an eye on the long term. On the heels of the rollbacks under the Trump administration, sustainability and global climate change are at the forefront again. At the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, President Biden called climate change “the challenge of our collective lifetimes; the existential threat to human existence as we know it.”

He went on to say:

Measuring Success in Energy, Emissions, Water and Waste

At Sappi, we measure our performance to improve our environmental and social responsibility


3 Things to Know About Engaging Employees in Sustainability

Words by Megan Amrich

As the Great Resignation continues, employers are seeking more ways to help employees feel fulfilled in their careers. According to a study by the National Environmental Education Foundation, almost 90 percent of employees engaged in their company’s sustainability work say it enhances their job satisfaction and overall feelings about the company.

Aramark Rolls Out Cool Food Meals On Residential Dining Menus, Identifies 350 Lower Carbon Footprint Dishes

The Cool Food Meals badge will be piloted at 10 U.S.-based universities, making it easier for students to make climate-friendly choices
Press Release

PHILADELPHIA, January 5, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), the largest U.S.-based food service provider, is making it easier for students at 10 U.S.-based universities to make climate-friendly choices, by introducing Cool Food Meals on residential dining menus this semester.

Incorporating a Circular Economy Into the Supply Chain


Dec 07, 2021 | Case Study

With a supply chain that extends to over 60 countries, Dow views supply chain sustainability as a key enabler of our overall corporate sustainability strategy. That’s why we have made incorporating circular solutions into our supply chain a priority. By identifying and implementing ways to cut waste and save resources, we can extend the life cycle of the materials and work toward a low-carbon future.

The Next Frontier of Sustainable Procurement

How leading companies can and should support mid-sized firms to deliver the latest wave of change

Over the past three decades, sustainable procurement has slowly become an accepted part of doing business for large multinational companies. And while it is not yet business-as-usual for all mid-sized firms, that trend is changing, with the best performers already firmly ahead of the pack.

The latest research from business sustainability ratings expert EcoVadis has found that an increasing number of mid-sized organisations are now very much focused on this area, with a number of them even among the group recognised as Sustainable Procurement Leaders.

Top EHS & Sustainability Social Media Accounts to Follow in 2022


In the fast-paced world of Environment, Health, Safety, & Sustainability (EHS&S) there are always new stories, trends, innovations, and insights which can get overwhelming at times! Social media can be a great resource for EHS&S professionals today

Following the right accounts on social media can help you stay up-to-date on the latest and greatest in EHS and sustainability. But who are the right people and organizations to follow?

Global Research Project Curates Best Practical Resources to Embed Corporate Sustainability

In the rapidly evolving world of sustainability and ESG, it is challenging for companies to find quality guidance and insights. A global research project, the Embedding Project curates the best practical content to embed sustainability.
Press Release

December 21, 2021 /3BL Media/ - If we’ve learnt anything this year, it’s that the world has started to care about ESG and sustainability. More than ever, people are taking note of corporate sustainability performance. As a result, the number of companies, consultants, and academics who are writing about the topic is proliferating accordingly. Small wonder then, that many sustainability practitioners feel overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information, let alone having the time to assess its quality.

Summary and Takeaways From COP26


The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, was recently held in Glasgow, Scotland. The conference was a significant global event bringing together stakeholders from the private sector, the public sector, and nonprofits, and the gathering led both to encouragement and disappointment in various groups. After the conclusion of the event our global teams took some time to analyze and came up with some key points to summarize the event and how it might impact our clients.

Private Sector Response

2021 in Review: BIER Reflects on a 15th Year of Being a Model of Industry Collaboration


In 2021, the Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable (BIER) celebrated its 15 year anniversary as a consortium of leading global beverage companies advancing environmental sustainability. BIER has been recognized as a model of industry collaboration and has continuously advanced the development of sustainable solutions through beverage industry-specific data collection, methodologies, standard-setting, best practice sharing, and thought leadership.


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