The National Association for EHS&S Management (NAEM) recently held its forum in Toronto. NAEM “empowers corporate leaders to advance environmental stewardship, create safe and healthy workplaces, and promote global sustainability.”
Read about what NAEM members accomplished on this forum, from motivating discussions to beach cleanup and donating to the local food bank.
Hallmark colleagues and their families in Hong Kong participated in a beach cleanup organized by Shenzhen Giving Tree Eco Volunteers Association in November 2018. Volunteers picked up garbage washed ashore by recent typhoons.
In preparation for the Fourth of July weekend, AEG Facilities’ Pechanga Arena San Diego and Goldenvoice staff teamed up with ‘I Love A Clean San Diego’ (ILACSD), an environmental nonprofit organization, to assemble nearly 90 temporary trash cans and recycling bins to be placed along San Diego beaches.
The AEG volunteers joined ILACSD and City of San Diego Parks & Rec staff at the Clean Beach Coalition Bin Assembly Facility on Wednesday, June 26 to assemble the trash cans and recycling bins.
As part of AEG’s LA Galaxy Protect the Pitch sustainability program, more than 250 LA Galaxy fans, supporters and Herbalife24 Triathlon L.A. participants traveled to Venice Beach to partake in a beach cleanup with Surfrider Foundation, a global nonprofit organization whose mission is to protect and enjoy the world’s oceans and beaches, on Saturday, June 22.
Over the course of the morning, LA Galaxy volunteers collected more than 157 pounds of trash, 32.5 pounds of recycling and more than 4,000 cigarette buds.
More than a year after Hurricanes Maria and Irma hit the Caribbean, recovery efforts continue. As home to Casa BACARDÍ Visitor Center and the world’s largest premium rum distillery in the world, the recovery of Puerto Rico remains a priority for Bacardi. In 2018, the company provided a USD $1 million grant to Mercy Corps, a global humanitarian organization, to drive longer term rebuilding and recovery, providing support to small business owners and tourism recovery in Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and St. Martin.
VMware’s EPIC2 values are the foundation of its strong company culture. VMware’s mission is to leave ahead a better future—to put back more into the environment, society and the global economy than we take – and to inspire our employees, customers and partners to do the same. We are reminded of this mission as we celebrate Earth Month 2018.
TeamCITGO Participates in Inaugural Volunteer Event at Beach Cleanup
SAN NICOLAS, Aruba, December 13, 2017 /3BL Media/ - This past November, TeamCITGO Aruba participated in the annual Aruba Hotel and Tourism Association (AHTA) Beach Cleanup from Baby Beach to the dog cemetery in San Nicolas. The event was the first volunteer outreach for the new volunteer organization and 95 TeamCITGO volunteers filled approximately 175 trash bags with trash from the beach area. Trash was then transported to the event’s central drop off point at Seroe Colorado to be properly disposed of.
Cox Pledges to Support the Alliance Toward Solutions that will Eliminate Ocean Trash
ATLANTA, June 8, 2017 /3BL Media/ – In celebration of World Oceans Day, Cox Enterprises announced it will become a member of Ocean Conservancy’s Trash Free Seas Alliance, pledging to work toward solutions that will eliminate ocean trash.
700 Cox employees volunteered for Ocean Conservancy cleanups in 2014
Today is World Ocean's Day. For hundreds of Cox employees, a day at the beach is about a lot more than sand and surf – it’s an opportunity to make a positive impact on our oceans. During 2014, we gathered at beaches in California, Florida, New York and Washington to help clean up shorelines. In all, more than 5 tons of trash was removed as part of these beach cleanups.