Sustainability programs

Freeport-McMoRan Publishes 2018 Working Toward Sustainable Development Report “Proven Assets. Fundamental Value.”

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Freeport-McMoRan’s 2018 Working Toward Sustainable Development report, titled “Proven Assets. Fundamental Value.” provides information on the company's sustainability programs – including approach, focus areas and performance– and highlights the progress made on key issues affecting the company and its stakeholders.

How Raytheon Co. Leverages Its Software System to Achieve Sustainability Success

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Frank Marino explains how Raytheon Co. sets visible goals, engages leadership and drives success in its sustainability program using its EHS&S software system.

Freeport-McMoRan releases 2015 Working Toward Sustainable Development Report “Proving our Mettle”


The Freeport-McMoRan 2015 Working Toward Sustainable Development report is meant to provide stakeholders with summary information on their sustainability programs, including policies, management systems and performance data.

Highlights from the annual Working Toward Sustainable Development report include:

  • Investment in women’s economic empowerment programs such as DreamBuilder.

  • Freeport-McMoRan’s longtime commitment to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).

Product Stewardship Programs Introduce New Challenges for EHS Professionals


Unlike traditional EHS programs that have evolved over several decades with best practices, industry standards, and management systems, product stewardship programs are relatively young with little industry-wide or cross-sector standards.

How Small Steps for Engagement Become Giant Steps for EHS at Toyota


Building an engaged EHS culture may be the secret to successful program management, but how do you get started? According to Ryan McMullan, Environmental & Safety Manager with Toyota Motor Sales, engagement often begins with small changes, no matter how unlikely the improvements may seem to be. Mr. McMullan will share details about his program next week at the 2014 EHS Management Forum in Austin, but we spoke with him this week to learn about how the pieces fit together.

Smart Cycling

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company

What do you call a cyclist who doesn't wear a helmet?  An organ donor.  ~David Perry 

5 Simple Strategies to Build Eco Awareness Programs in your Small Business in 2011

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company

The past year has seen a significant shift in eco awareness and the debate on climate change.  In the world of business and finance, climate change has developed from a sidebar topic to a mainstream conversation.  Accompanying climate change discussions are questions as to how to increase eco awareness in business.  Fortunately, people are waking up to the idea that business sustainability is creating a bright spot of opportunity for businesses.

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