Businesses play a key role in supporting the development of a sustainable and prosperous society. WSP’s contribution is to plan, design, manage and engineer our communities to thrive; as one of the world’s largest professional services firms, the greatest benefit WSP can provide is through the services we offer and the projects we deliver. We also minimize the negative impact of our own operations and increase the positive, earning our reputation as a sustainability leader.
100% of suppliers participate in independent conflict-free program
NEWARK, Calif. & LAUSANNE, Switzerland /3BL Media/ - Logitech International (SIX: LOGN) (Nasdaq: LOGI) announced today that its products are now what can be commonly understood as free from conflict minerals. This is a significant milestone in the Company’s ongoing work to meet its 2013 conflict mineral commitment to operate a supply chain that supports the fostering of peace and stability in areas where violence and human rights abuse is often overlooked.
When it comes to sustainability, it’s not just about us.
“Sustainability is not possible without embedding it throughout our entire global supply chain. Where we purchase, what we purchase, how we purchase and from whom we purchase all matter in advancing a better world for tomorrow”
We have certainly come a long way in the last decade. Most everyone has a seat at the CSR table, especially if an organization wants to perform well in today’s business environment. However, the fact that I can even make that statement is a win. Approximately ten years ago, many U.S.-based companies and other global brands did not have CSR strategies, enterprise programs, or performance measures in place.
As part of our commitment to carbon neutrality by 2024, Clarivate is working with JLL, a leading global real estate services company, to establish a baseline for our carbon footprint. Since we maintain a fully leased real estate portfolio, with energy primarily procured through our various landlords around the world, our current carbon emissions are predominantly categorized as Scope 3, meaning indirect emissions that occur in our value chain. We are continuing to track and report consumption by fuel source wherever data is available.
“Giving back is not only a way to support your community and make a difference, it also helps us empathize with others, inspires greater happiness and helps us continue to grow and evolve as a society. I am humbled and excited for the ongoing opportunity to help others achieve a better life through the Clarivate Volunteer Network. “
Sònia Barrios Millan, Clarivate Volunteer Network Global Lead
Our water stewardship journey continues as we look to lead and initiate action-based projects with local communities, industry and water basin authorities—the result of which will help to successfully fulfill our goal to create a more sustainable world.
As the largest consumer of process water in Stanley Black & Decker, our Chiro Plant located in Taiwan continues to look for ways to drive sustainable water use. Over the past three years, the team has invested in nine projects that have seen an 8.6% reduction in water use.