CDP, a global nonprofit committed to sustainable economies, has named General Motors a global leader for its actions and strategies to address climate change. GM is now on the global Climate A List – a spot held by just 9 percent of the thousands of companies participating in CDP’s climate change program.
While GM has achieved perfect climate disclosure scores in the U.S. for the last three years, this marks the company’s debut on the global list.
BETHESDA, Md., October 27, 2016 /3BL Media/ – As a leader in sustainability, Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] takes continuous steps to manage its carbon footprint. CDP has recognized the Corporation’s progress by awarding it a spot on the Climate A List, a distinction only given to the top nine percent of participating companies.
The Carbon Disclosure Project tracks companies that are leading the charge towards our low-carbon future.
In the race to deliver the next billion-dollar idea, it’s easy for companies to lose sight of what’s truly important. Achieving business success is table stakes. Fortune 500 players should also be willing to stand up, give back and make life better for everyone, everywhere.
That’s why HP makes sustainability a core tenet of its business. It drives progress toward our business priorities—from designing and delivering our core products and services, to developing new business models and solutions that generate growth.
PALO ALTO, Calif., October 25, 2016 /3BL Media/ – For the third consecutive year, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has been identified as a global leader for its actions and strategies in response to climate change and has earned a position on the 2016 Climate A List by CDP, the international non-for-profit that drives sustainable economies.
New report by CDP highlights the value of hardwiring sustainability into supply and demand to future-proof businesses
NEW YORK, OCT 6, 2016 /3BL Media/ – The way companies evaluate Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) has reached a tipping point, according to a new CDP report entitled “A Paradigm Shift in Total Cost of Ownership,” released today. As more and more major purchasers—including the U.S. Military—look to cut their environmental costs, sustainability is being embedded throughout the value chain and factored into purchasing decisions.
CSRHub COO and CoFounder Cynthia Figge will be moderating a panel at Sustainable Brands 2016 conference, in San Diego on June 6-9. The panel will be discussing New CDP Product-Level Supply Chain Data: Analysis and Recommendations.