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FISHERS, Ind., March 11, 2021 /3BL Media/ -Land Betterment Corporation (“Land Betterment” or the “Company”), an environmental solutions company fostering positive impact through upcycling former coal mining sites to create sustainable community development and job creation, is proud to be the Season 4 sponsor of the Middle Tech Podcast. Land Betterment is committed to support entrepreneurship and collaboration with forward thinkers within its region, and to encourage stakeholder engagement to help bring sustainable solutions to the markets in which it serves.
Sappi North America's Employees Ideas that Matter program highlights winning projects
Through the structured Employee Ideas that Matter (EITM) program, Sappi North America employees bring their charitable ideas to life. For three years, employees have been applying for direct funding to benefit the nonprofit organizations that they are most passionate about, and the winners share $25,000 in corporate giving to support their selected causes. Funding can be used in many ways—from financing a project, sponsoring a trail cleanup, or providing new equipment or supplies.
Read TD's 2020 Environmental, Social and Governance Report: Adapting with Purpose
At TD, we believe that banking serves a higher purpose. Throughout 2020, our purpose guided our work to support our customers, communities and colleagues during a time of unprecedented disruption and hardship.
We continue to face the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on our daily lives. We know that all crises end, and we are optimistic about the future. However, we also understand that the road to recovery may be long, with many challenges ahead.
Corporate sustainability / ESG reporting -- What to disclose? How to frame the disclosures (context matters!)? What frameworks or standards to use? Questions, questions, and more questions for corporate managers to consider as ESG disclosures steadily expand.
There are now many more lively discussions going on about corporate ESG / sustainability et al public disclosures and structured reporting practices -- and the growing complexity of all this, resulting often in disclosure fatigue for practitioners!
Hear from the UN, the World Bank, PepsiCo and IKEA at The Economist’s 8th annual World Ocean Summit Virtual Week
LONDON, February 25, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The Economist’s eighth annual World Ocean Summit Virtual Week will take place next week from March 1st - 5th. With over 30 hours of content, 6,000 registrations and more than 170 speakers confirmed from across the globe, we will explore actionable solutions for the most pressing challenges facing the seas. We will ask how the world can achieve a balance between ocean restoration and economic prosperity.
Even in EHS, technology’s been stealing the spotlight lately.
Throughout all the buzz around process automation, augmented reality visualizations, drone field data collection and renewable tech, it’s easy to get excited. (We certainly are.)
But let’s recognize those who are quietly taking these technological advances and creating real-world solutions out of them. As a sense of ecological urgency continues to rise, we wanted to celebrate those who wholly dedicate their minds to steering our world towards a more sustainable future.
Shawn Ray, Financial Analyst at Sappi North America’s headquarters in Boston, felt a personal connection when he decided to participate in the 2019 “Pan-Mass Challenge.”
“I ride to make a difference,” said Shawn. “My family has been participating for the better part of 10 years now, and I was lucky enough to join the team. Since losing my grandmother and mentor, Carol Ryan, to cancer in 2014, I knew that I had to get involved, and riding in the Pan-Mass was the best decision I have ever made.”
Sappi North America received a $100,000 training grant in September from the Minnesota Office of Higher Education and Department of Labor and Industry. The grant allows Sappi to strengthen the local workforce by providing advanced technical training to employees, while improving functions and safety at its Cloquet Mill. SNA has participated in the grant program six times and continues to offer the opportunity for up to 25 employees each year to join a training cohort. Through the years, this grant has provided on-site training to more than 100 employees.
Traditionally, facility optimization projects, whether they focus on energy or water conservation, renewable energy adoption, or equipment retrofits, are all intended to reduce operation costs. However, facility optimization also supports an organization’s broader sustainability goals which can translate to real shareholder, employee, and customer value.
Start Your Facility Optimization Journey Here In this eBook, we offer a roadmap and tools for beginning your facility optimization journey. Within these pages you’ll learn how to: