February 28, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Today Intel was honored in the second annual Climate Leadership Awards for its demonstrated precedence in managing and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in its internal operations. Intel also received this award in 2012. The U.S.
Nike, UPS and Unilever lead charge to increase revenue, cut emissions; Apple continues to lag tech sector; Fast food companies fall flat
Durham, NH, December 5, 2012 /3BL Media/ – The message coming from top name brands is clear: climate change poses a threat to business in the form of increased costs and risks associated with extreme weather. As a result, companies are prioritizing the need to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and lower their carbon footprint. The findings are gleaned from non-profit Climate Counts’ sixth annual scoring release which rates major consumer brands on their approach to climate change.
Darden’s overarching sustainability mission is to ensure it conserves and preserves resources for the company and the greater global good. Darden's sustainability efforts are integrated into its operations in a variety of ways, from how the company designs and builds new restaurants; to how it harness the enthusiasm of the people who work in them; to how it sets thermostats and the type of appliances it uses.