Making packaging products from renewable resources that can be re-grown or replenished, can help offset the environmental and economic strain on our natural resources. It's good for the planet and good for the bottom line.
About Tetra Pak
Tetra Pak® is the world's leading food processing and packaging solutions company. Working closely with our customers and suppliers, we provide safe, innovative and environmentally sound products that each day meet the needs of hundreds of millions of people.
For Safeway Vice President of Transportation Tom Nartker, embedding sustainability into the company’s operations is more than a job. It’s a personal mission.
Tom is responsible for setting and meeting fuel-efficiency goals for Safeway’s fleet of trucks and ensuring that employees at our distribution centers understand how and why the company implements the efficiency strategies it does. Although Tom is proud of many initiatives from his more than 20 years at Safeway, a recent highlight for him was surpassing the Ton Miles Per Gallon (TMPG) target he set for the company.
Reusable bags are an easy way you can make a lasting impact on the environment. By the end of 2015, our goal is to reduce the number of plastic and paper bags used by 1 billion. And we’re well on our way toward that goal today. You can help by switching to reusable bags when you shop.
Shoppers and retailers around the United States are growing more and more concerned about the negative impact of single-use bags — including Safeway. Did you know that consumers use more than 100 billion plastic shopping bags every year?
We share one planet, and there are many ways — big and small — to help protect it. Safeway will always consider the environmental impact we have and new ways to minimize it. We encourage our employees, customers and suppliers to join us in doing the same.
2013 Southwest Airlines One Report™ Adheres to Global Reporting Initiative Guidelines
June 17, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) released its fifth annual award-winning integrated report to highlight how the carrier is working to achieve its vision to become the World’s Most Loved, Most Flown, and Most Profitable Airline. The 2013 Southwest Airlines One Report uses a triple bottom line approach that takes into account the carrier’s performance and productivity, the importance of its People and the communities it serves, and its commitment to efficiency and the Planet
Why not take advantage of Canadian Environment Week to add a new environmentally responsible habit to your daily routine? Just one new habit can make a difference, if we all join together! Here are some ideas. Feel free to do something different, if you have another good idea!
Throughout May, watch this spot for real-life stories of the everyday ways that Goldcorp cares for our people, our communities and our planet. For the next 30 days we will update this space and our media channels with new videos, photos and features of some of the exceptional people and partners we are privileged to collaborate with across our operating regions.
These highlights are excerpts from a scrapbook compiled by employees from our mine sites. We hope you enjoy these stories as much as Goldcorp proudly brings them to life.
In keeping with the theme “One Company, Thousands of Stories,” we asked each of our mines and projects to create a scrapbook that reflects how Goldcorp cares for our People, Our Planet and Our Communities. We are proud to share these stories - created by many people in many places -- with you here today.
Infographic follows planet, society, and business since 1999; points to what's next.
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As CECP celebrates its 15th year, it looks back on the progress made to anticipate the changes to come. View CECP's new infographic, which highlights the trajectory of the planet, society, and business, and how CEOs can lead progress on society's toughest challenges.
Beef is a significant part of our restaurants’ menus, making up 13 percent of Darden’s supply chain. Over the past year, Darden has supported efforts among cattlemen and cattlewomen to “make continuous improvements in the sustainability of the global beef production process.” One of those efforts has been in Florida in partnership with the Audubon Society. Through support from the Darden Foundation, Audubon is enabling ranchers to adopt best management practices by storing water on their ranchlands.