HP Inc. has announced an expanded forest conservation and restoration partnership with World Wildlife Fund, better known as WWF, by pledging $80 million to sustainably manage, conserve and restore nearly 1 million acres of forest. “We're really excited about this collaboration and the opportunities it brings to help us accelerate critically important conservation efforts in landscapes around the world — for people, for nature and for climate,” Linda Walker, senior director of corporate engagement for forests at WWF-U.S., told TriplePundit.
12-week pilot program results in 10 percent decrease in food waste
NEW YORK, November 13, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Today, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA), with support from The Rockefeller Foundation, unveil results from a set of projects demonstrating innovative strategies aimed at reducing food waste in the hotel industry. Based on the results, WWF, AHLA, and The Rockefeller Foundation are releasing a toolkit with strategies to help hotel properties and brands meet measurable, time-bound goals to reduce food waste.
On World Elephant Day, online companies unite against wildlife cybercriminals by adopting measures to fight illegal wildlife trade
WASHINGTON, August 12, 2016 /3BL Media/ - On World Elephant Day, leading e-commerce and social media companies are implementing critical steps to stop the sale of illegal wildlife products online across the globe.
GM understands the importance of harnessing renewable energy, which is why we signed on with 11 other companies to make renewable energy investments easier.
Last week, General Motors joined 11 other companies committed to renewable energy in signing on to the Renewable Energy Buyers’ Principles – a clear set of guidelines designed to help utilities and renewable energy providers understand how they can help make renewable energy investments easier for companies and meet rising demand.
Last fall World Wildlife Fund (WWF) was chosen to participate in Google’s Giving Through Glass program, designed to explore how nonprofit organizations can use Google Glass to further their mission.
As a Glass “Explorer”, WWF has taken Glass to places like the Arctic and the Amazon, and most recently to Nepal to test out a new Glass-specific app (“Glassware”) that could help researchers gather critical data on rhinos and share among fellow researchers – all hands-free.
On March 29, LG Electronics joined organizations and individuals around the world in switching off its non-essential lights for “Earth Hour” to celebrate our collective commitment to the planet and to help increase environmental awareness. For an hour on Saturday night, the company powered off its Twin Towers in Seoul, Times Square Billboard in New York City and the lights in LG-owned U.S. facilities, from Englewood Cliffs, N.J., to Lincolnshire, Ill., to San Diego, Calif. and beyond.