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Whirlpool Corp. continues commitment to sustainability in/outside the home
In 1970, when Whirlpool Corporation created a corporate office for environmental control, it cemented the company’s on-going commitment to environmental protection and natural resource efficiency. Each year, Whirlpool’s appliances get more efficient than the appliances made just one year ago. At Whirlpool Corporation Earth Day is a reminder of the company’s commitment to developing high-performance appliances that conserve the earth’s resources and help homeowners do the same.
GM employees have pedaled the equivalent distance from NYC to LA since adding bikes on our Tech Center campus eight months ago.
As we innovate new advanced technologies to make autos greener, we’re also looking at alternative solutions to today’s mobility challenges.
George Bandy, Jr., VP of sustainability at Interface, will joing the #CleanEnergyU Tweet-a-thon next Wednesday, April 22.
Farm-Sourced, Biodynamic Skin Care Line Benedetta Provides Alternative to Toxic Cosmetics
In our quick-fix culture of botox, facelifts and anti-aging “miracle” creams, the never-ending quest for perfect skin can lead us to hundreds of products promising instant results.
In recognition of Earth Month, some campuses across the country will be encouraging their students to post their responses to two clean energy questions via walls or chalkboards in central gathering places in their facilities.
The questions: What’s your vision for a clean-energy future by 2025 and what actions are you taking now to lead toward that goal?
Originally posted on Bloomberg Now.
Survey Finds That About Half of Parents Are Willing to Delay Retirement and Dip Into Retirement Savings to Pay for Kids' College
April 17, 2015 /3BL Media/ - T. Rowe Price’s new Family Financial Trade-offs Survey revealed that parents are putting their own retirement security on the back-burner to support their kids’ education and cover their own personal student loans.
by David Connor
In the second installment of a three part series on women leaders in the spotlight, David Connor speaks with Kym Fawcett, Manager Safety & Social Responsibility at Enerplus Corporation.
Hi Kym. Thanks for taking the time to share your experiences with the CSRwire community. We’ll get straight into the questions to discover the highlights of your professional and particular Enerplus stories to inspire and guide the future women leaders of tomorrow…
From the 2014 H&M Sustainability Report
Making great fashion can require a lot of resources. Growing cotton, dyeing fabrics and washing our clothes all require significant water use. But natural resources aren’t endless.
Our planet is facing scarcity issues and according to the UN, the world will need 50% more food, 45% more energy and 30% more water by 2030. So we need to consider both present and future generations. And using resources efficiently makes long-term business sense and will increasingly provide opportunities for competitive advantage.
$250,000 investment to help restore historic Chappelle Auditorium
April 17, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Boeing (NYSE: BA) announced today a $250,000 grant for Allen University to support the restoration of an historic building on the college’s campus. The investment will go toward the restoration of Chappelle Auditorium, originally built in 1925.
Publicly traded and privately held companies are impacted
As the conflict minerals reporting deadline approaches, many companies are asking what is considered sufficient due diligence to meet Dodd-Frank 1502.
"Blood-free" minerals scheme must be binding, EU lawmakers say
Reuters. European importers of minerals from conflict zones should be forced to certify their goods "blood-free", an influential group of EU lawmakers said on Tuesday, seeking to toughen a proposal to prevent the financing of warlords in Africa.