September 20, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Carnival Cruise Line’s Captain Vittorio Marchi and other volunteers from Carnival Spirit worked shoulder to shoulder with the local community at Lifou in New Caledonia playing their part in an international movement to clean up the world's coast lines.
Cox Pledges to Support the Alliance Toward Solutions that will Eliminate Ocean Trash
ATLANTA, June 8, 2017 /3BL Media/ – In celebration of World Oceans Day, Cox Enterprises announced it will become a member of Ocean Conservancy’s Trash Free Seas Alliance, pledging to work toward solutions that will eliminate ocean trash.
Hundreds of Carnival Cruise Line employees, both on board and ashore, did their part to help our environment by participating in the annual International Coastal Cleanup Day, the world’s largest single day cleanup event spearheaded by the Ocean Conservancy.
From Florida and the Caribbean to Central America and Europe, Carnival employees pitched in to clear debris and collect refuse at a variety of seaside destinations, underscoring the cruise line’s ongoing commitment to environmental protection and preservation.
Company seeks to send zero waste to landfill and become carbon and water neutral through Cox Conserves program
World Environment Day took place yesterday. At Cox Enterprises, we're continuing to celebrate it today and every day through Cox Conserves. We launched our national sustainability program in 2007 and have invested more than $100 million in sustainability and conservation initiatives since that time. Cox seeks to create positive environmental change in our communities by operating in ways that reduce our impact and inspire our employees, customers, suppliers and partners.
ANAHEIM, Calif., April 12, 2016 /3BL Media/ Republic Services participated in the Orange County Children’s Water Education Festival in honor of our commitment to protecting our Blue Planet™.
The Festival, hosted by the Orange County Water District, Municipal Water District of Orange County and Disneyland Resort, is geared toward bringing businesses and municipalities together to help educate elementary students about local water and environmental issues.
700 Cox employees volunteered for Ocean Conservancy cleanups in 2014
Today is World Ocean's Day. For hundreds of Cox employees, a day at the beach is about a lot more than sand and surf – it’s an opportunity to make a positive impact on our oceans. During 2014, we gathered at beaches in California, Florida, New York and Washington to help clean up shorelines. In all, more than 5 tons of trash was removed as part of these beach cleanups.
Nearly 700 Cox volunteers participated in cleanups with American Rivers and Ocean Conservancy
ATLANTA, Dec. 22, 2014 /3BL Media/ -- Through national partnerships with American Rivers and Ocean Conservancy, Cox Enterprises removed nearly five tons of materials from rivers and shorelines across the nation this year. Nearly 700 Cox employees and their family members volunteered at cleanups in Atlanta; Dayton, Ohio; Jacksonville, Fla.; Miami; Orange County, Calif.; Orlando, Fla.; Seattle and Wantagh, N.Y.
The cleanups are part of Cox Conserves, the company's national sustainability program, and included employees from Cox Enterprises and each of its major subsidiaries.