25 Badass Women Shaking up the Climate Movement in 2020

by Heather Clancy

Even the most courageous leaders have moments of doubt. 

"I never think I am doing enough," admitted Christiana Figueres, the Costa Rican diplomat who led the United Nations negotiations that yielded the historic Paris Agreement, during a New York interview in late February to mark the publication of her new book, "The Future We Choose: Surviving the Climate Crisis." 

Ecolab's Emilio Tenuta and Dow's Mary Draves on Their Strategic Partnership

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Emilio Tenuta, Ecolab's Senior Vice President of Corporate Sustainability, and Mary Draves, Dow's Chief Sustainability Officer and Vice President of Environment, Health and Safety, joined GreenBiz Editorial Director at GreenBiz Studio to discuss their partnership.

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7 Steps to Make Sustainability “Business as Usual” for Every Employee

by Mary Draves, Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer The Dow Chemical Company

Sustainability is more than an important ambition at Dow. It is key to how we apply science to drive top-line growth, improve our operations, engage employees and help innovate for our customers. In short, it’s an important part of our strategy for long-term success.

Dow Employees Collected More Than 175,000 Pounds of Waste Worldwide

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Together, we can be a part of the solution to end plastic waste. In 2019, our employees collected more than 175,000 pounds of waste from 175 locations worldwide with the help of more than 18,000 volunteers.

What Nature Can Teach Business About Achieving Shared and Sustainable Value

By Mary Draves, Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer The Dow Chemical Company

Business can learn lessons from nature. In nature, diversity often translates into healthier ecosystems, resilience and improved productivity. Likewise, companies are recognizing that more inclusive business models and collaborations that include diverse actors can drive both economic growth and accelerate impact on addressing our UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Worldwide Olympic Partner Dow Announces 5m Tonnes CO2e Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions Verified From Its Carbon Programs

Initiatives with the organizing committees of Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016 and the IOC enabled carbon reductions in areas such as infrastructure, reforestation, manufacturing and packaging projects
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MIDLAND, Mich., February 19, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Following the completion of annual third-party verification, Dow (NYSE: DOW) announced the reduction of 655,000 tonnes carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the equivalent emissions of 139,026 vehicles driven for one year , achieved in 2019 through the Company’s carbon program with the International Olympic Committee (IOC). To date, the cumulative GHG reductions from Dow’s three carbon programs, which include Sochi 2014, Rio 2016 and the IOC programs, have reached more than 5 million tonnes of CO2e.

Dow Teams Up to Contribute Carbon Savings From Anti-Corrosion Steel Coatings to Official Carbon Partnership With IOC

Collaboration with PPG to offer solutions with reduced GHG emissions to the industrial coatings market and help lessen high maintenance costs of steel infrastructure
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MIDLAND, Mich. - February 17, 2020 - /3BL Media/ - Announcing the latest contributor under Dow’s Official Carbon Partnership with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Dow (NYSE: DOW) is teaming up with PPG (NYSE: PPG) to reduce the carbon impact of anti-corrosion coatings for steel commercial infrastructure.

Dow named 2020 Best Place to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality by Human Rights Campaign Foundation

Recognition marks Dow’s 15th consecutive year receiving a perfect score on the Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index
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Dow Inc. CEO Jim Fitterling: Esg, Sustainability a Big Area of Interest


Dow Inc. CEO Jim Fitterling discusses how his company has been impacted by the U.S.-China trade war and what a phase one trade deal means for the company with CNBC’s Sara Eisen at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

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Keysight Steps in to Help Students Displaced by Hurricane Dorian


When Hurricane Dorian stalled over the Bahamas islands last September, it destroyed everything in its path. The powerful Category 5 hurricane packed 355 km/hr (221 mph) wind gusts and sent a seven-meter wall of water onto the low-lying island. Buildings, homes, and the North Campus of the University of Bahamas suffered extensive damage.


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