July 12, 2019 — For nearly 20 years, PT Freeport Indonesia (PTFI), a Freeport-McMoRan company, has sponsored a coffee farmer collective in Papua, Indonesia. Known as Amungme Gold, the coffee has been farmed and processed by indigenous Amungme farmers under the guidance of Freeport-McMoRan’s entrepreneur business program to meet growing demand from consumers.
The award aims to connect over 12,000 players in the industry to support and drive sustainability strategies.
The designer has made his mark in the industry for creating environmentally responsible designs by using deadstock fabrics and reworking them into garments under the brand’s Remade, Reduce and Recycle ethos.
Remade items are produced from fabrics such as military parachutes; Reduced pieces are created from manufacturing waste, and Recycled products from reused plastics.
Tom Brooks, Vice President, External & Legislative Affairs, AT&T
November marks Native American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the diverse cultures, traditions and histories of Native Americans, as well as the important contributions of Native people to our communities and country. This month also presents the opportunity to raise awareness about the unique challenges Native Americans face.
TransCanada’s willingness to go above and beyond in Indigenous Relations led Donna to stick around.
It’s been six years since Donna Semantha made a life changing decision that brought her and her family to Calgary.
Through a long-term community agreement between TransCanada and the Dene Tha’ First Nation in northern Alberta, two community members were relocated to Calgary in 2010 to gain experience in the oil and gas industry.
Sustainable management of public forests is more than just analyzing environmental impacts, protecting biodiversity and stakeholder values – it also requires consultation with indigenous communities
Sustainable Forest Management -- Engaging Local Indigenous Communities
Sustainable management of public forests is about more than analyzing environmental impacts, protecting biodiversity and stakeholder values – it also requires consultation with Aboriginal communities. Even when your paper comes from North America, there are local Aboriginal communities whose cultures and traditional values should be considered when making forest management planning decisions.