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"Create, Grow, Sustain: Celebrating Success" Report Reviews Corporate Progress

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Business Roundtable’s annual sustainability report reaffirms the business community’s commitment to addressing environmental and energy challenges, while driving economic growth and job creation. Includes comments from Ingersoll Rand Chairman and CEO Mike Lamach (page 85). - See more at: http://www.cees.ingersollrand.com/Pages/index.aspx#sthash.0y90g6jd.dpuf

Business Roundtable’s annual sustainability report reaffirms the business community’s commitment to addressing environmental and energy challenges, while driving economic growth and job creation. Includes comments from Ingersoll Rand Chairman and CEO Mike Lamach (page 85). - See more at: http://www.cees.ingersollrand.com/Pages/index.aspx#sthash.0y90g6jd.dpuf

Business Roundtable’s annual sustainability report reaffirms the business community’s commitment to addressing environmental and energy challenges, while driving economic growth and job creation.

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Business Roundtable’s annual sustainability report reaffirms the business community’s commitment to addressing environmental and energy challenges, while driving economic growth and job creation. Includes comments from Ingersoll Rand Chairman and CEO Mike Lamach (page 85). - See more at: http://www.cees.ingersollrand.com/Pages/index.aspx#sthash.0y90g6jd.dpuf

Business Roundtable’s annual sustainability report reaffirms the business community’s commitment to addressing environmental and energy challenges, while driving economic growth and job creation. Includes comments from Ingersoll Rand Chairman and CEO Mike Lamach (page 85). - See more at: http://www.cees.ingersollrand.com/Pages/index.aspx#sthash.0y90g6jd.dpuf

Business Roundtable’s annual sustainability report reaffirms the business community’s commitment to addressing environmental and energy challenges, while driving economic growth and job creation.

Carnival Corporation Celebrates Earth Day: Will Meet Goal to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Carnival Corporation & plc will meet its goal to reduce its rate of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from shipboard operations by 20 percent
Press Release

MIAMI, April 22, 2014 /3BL Media/ - In honor of Earth Day and the importance of year-round environmental awareness, Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK), the world's largest cruise company, today announced it will meet its goal to reduce its rate of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from shipboard operations by 20 percent.  This goal was established by the company as part of Carnival's ongoing efforts to reduce environmental impact from its operations.

New Blog Post: Part 2 - Making Energy Security a National Goal

Blog

In Part 1 of this blog, I discussed the importance of diversifying our country’s transportation fuels in order to improve our national and economic security.

At Waste Management, we’re doing our part.

Four years ago, our entire fleet of about 18,000 heavy-duty collection trucks (the largest fleet of this type of heavy-duty truck in the U.S.) was reliant on fuels derived from oil.  Today, we have reduced that number by almost 20 percent and are continuing to add more vehicles that run solely on natural gas. 

CDP Trends – Where are we heading?

By Sheryl Lawry, Consultant, DNV GL – Business Assurance
Blog

As a leader in verification services since 2008 and among the top six leaders in the sustainability assurance market globally 1, at DNV GL we often receive questions from our clients during the verification process. Typically, there are long discussions around reporting on Scope 3 (supply chain and indirect product emissions), how many categories should they report on, and what is really required to be reported?

Twice as nice for Uncle Ben's Rice: PIA story

Uncle Ben's have used innovative technology to reduce the cooking time of their rice by half which has reduced the average greenhouse gas emissions of preparing this type of rice by 18 percent.
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Since opening the world’s first commercial parboiling rice plant in Houston, Texas, in 1943, we have used innovative technology to reduce the cooking time of our UNCLE BEN'S® rice by half. It now takes 10 minutes to cook, which has reduced the average greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) of preparing this type of rice by 18 percent.

HP Steps Up to Ask Suppliers to Slash Emissions

by Heather Clancy
Article

Hewlett-Packard has measured the greenhouse gas emissions of its supply chain partners since 2008, when it started reporting on their aggregate impact.

HP Becomes the First IT Company to Set Supply Chain Emissions Goals

by Gina-Marie Cheeseman
Article

The company formerly known as Hewlett-Packard, now called HP, is the first IT company to set a supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction goal. HP recently announced its goal of a 20 percent decrease in its first tier manufacturing and product transportation-related GHG emissions by 2020 from a 2010 baseline. Earlier this year, HP became one of the first companies globally to publicly disclose its complete carbon footprint.

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