Lockheed Martin’s 2015 Sustainability Report details how we manage and achieve progress in Product Performance. Our objective is to innovate to deliver optimal economic and performance value over the life cycle of our products. Our focus on performance and sustainability ensures safe, reliable, affordable products that support our customers’ missions of national security, citizen services and sustainable development.
Lockheed Martin’s 2015 Sustainability Report details our management processes and progress in Governance. Our objective is to continually enhance efforts to uphold high standards and controls for ethical business conduct, compliance and transparency. Conducting business with utmost integrity and trust encourages a high-performing and transparent work environment, which attracts more customers and the best talent, improving our profitability and competitive standing.
New Report Details Performance on Sustainability Goals
Bethesda, Md., April 28, 2016 /3BL Media/ – From a system that turns waste into clean fuel, to unmanned aerial systems that help first responders, in 2015 Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] innovated to expand how it’s addressing environmental and social challenges.
Lockheed Martin earned a #8 ranking by CR Magazine in their 2016 edition of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens List, improving from its #10 spot last year. This prestigious list recognizes public companies that had outstanding corporate-responsibility performances in 2015.
The 100 Best List documents 260 data points of disclosure and performance measures, harvested from publicly available information in seven categories: environment, climate change, employee relations, human rights, governance, finance, and philanthropy & community support. The list ranks the Russell 1000 Index.
New Teaming Agreement Signed to Grow Business Opportunities
HERTEN, Germany, March 17, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Five thousand homes and businesses in Herten, Germany, will soon benefit from a clean, renewable energy source as Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and Concord Blue begin phase two of a new power generation facility that will transform waste into energy.
More than two-thirds of the world's land area and more than half the world's population have no direct access to paved roads. As you move farther away from infrastructure, cost, time and the safety of transport becomes more of a challenge. The Hybrid Airship enables affordable and safe delivery of heavy cargo and personnel to virtually anywhere – water or land – with little to no infrastructure.
A novel concept to end Africa’s logistics deficit is being proposed by the US defense company Lockheed Martin, which intends to use airships to deliver payloads of hundreds of tonnes into the interior.
Under the slogan “No Roads, No Problem”, the Hybrid Airships division of the group is building an airship that will pick up and deliver cargo where no formal airports exist.
Commitment provides 30 megawatts of Solar Power to U.S. National Grid
BETHESDA, Md., February 1, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] has entered into a 17-year power purchase agreement for solar-generated electricity produced by Duke Energy Renewables. The renewable power purchase, which is expected to produce 30 megawatts (approximately 72,000 megawatt hours per year) of solar energy for the U.S. national grid, will provide clean energy across all Lockheed Martin domestic business segments.
"Accelerate Energy Productivity 2030: A State & Local Dialogue" - July 15-16 in St. Paul, MN
DAVIDSON, N.C., July 15, 2015 /3BL Media/ – George Wan, vice president, engineering and technology for Thermo King, a brand of Ingersoll Rand (NYSE:IR), will join policymakers and other industry leaders at Accelerate Energy Productivity 2030, a joint event hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy, Alliance to Save Energy and Council on Competitiveness. Ingersoll Rand is a world leader in creating comfortable, sustainable and efficient environments.
Women make up 50 percent of the total U.S. workforce. But they make up less than five percent of all CEOs in Standard and Poor’s 500 companies index. Where are all the women CEOs? There are several answers to this question, according to a recent Bloomberg Businessweek article. Number one is that most executive women at companies in the S&P 500 are not in operational jobs, such as division heads or senior managers in charge of product lines. Fifty-five percent are in functional roles: lawyers, finance chiefs, and heads of human resources.