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Drawing Closer to 100% Water Restoration: Intel’s Todd Brady

Drawing Closer to 100% Water Restoration: Intel’s Todd Brady

Todd Brady, global public affairs and sustainability director for Intel, leads corporate-wide sustainability initiatives. “We’ve been working on this for 20-plus years and did the easy stuff a long time ago,” he told us last fall. Here’s a quick look at what Brady does, along with an update on the company’s projects.

Smithfield Foods Invests in Sustainable Agronomics: Q&A with Bill Gill

Smithfield Foods Invests in Sustainable Agronomics: Q&A with Bill Gill

Bill Gill, assistant vice president for sustainability at Smithfield Foods, shares how two major agronomics efforts could help the world’s largest pork producer cut GHG emissions — and costs.

How Mars Inc. Aligns Sustainability with Biz Strategy: Q&A with Supply Chain Exec

How Mars Inc. Aligns Sustainability with Biz Strategy: Q&A with Supply Chain Exec

“To see other industries, competitors and peers, such as Nestle and Unilever, doing good work in this area is […] a testament to the business case,” Richard Ware, global VP of supply, R&D and procurement for Mars, told Environmental Leader. “Tackling these issues requires

We touched base with Ware to learn more about how such commitments and initiatives move the company closer to its business goals.

FedEx Finds Unexpected Benefits from New Fuel Technologies: Q&A with Mitch Jackson

FedEx Finds Unexpected Benefits from New Fuel Technologies: Q&A with Mitch Jackson

Each business day, FedEx serves over 220 countries and territories with more than 600 aircraft as well as more than 190,000 on-road and off-road vehicles, which includes around 132,000 company-owned vehicles. The shipping company, which has $60 billion-plus in revenue, operates on an immense scale. Over the past decade, FedEx … Read more »

Cement Industry Lags on Emissions Reductions, CDP Report Finds

Cement Industry Lags on Emissions Reductions, CDP Report Finds

Cement companies need to more than double their emissions reductions or risk missing global climate goals a new CDP report found. Marco Kisic, a senior analyst with CDP Investor Research, discusses what the findings mean for corporate leaders.

AB InBev Announces Ambitious 2025 Sustainability Goals

AB InBev Announces Ambitious 2025 Sustainability Goals

  Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) announced this week its 2025 Sustainability Goals in smart agriculture, water stewardship, circular packaging and climate action. The delivery of the goals will have wide-reaching impact that includes connecting thousands of farmers to technologies and skills, ensuring water access and quality in high-stress communities, partnering … Read more »

How GM Ties Daily Sustainability to Biz Value: Q&A with David Tulauskas

How GM Ties Daily Sustainability to Biz Value: Q&A with David Tulauskas

Sustainability initiatives are most impactful when they are core to a company’s business model and operations. David Tulauskas, director of sustainability for General Motors, shares how energy and environment practitioners can tie their daily work to business value.

CDP and CDSB: Companies See Climate Risks But Aren’t Tackling Them

CDP and CDSB: Companies See Climate Risks But Aren’t Tackling Them

A joint report from CDP and CDSB found a giant gap persists in the way companies around the world identify climate-related risks and opportunities, and how they are actually preparing to tackle them.

Restaurant Industry Faces Challenges with Plant-Based Packaging Shift

Restaurant Industry Faces Challenges with Plant-Based Packaging Shift

As fast-casual restaurants shift away from single use, petroleum-based utensils and containers, the plant-based products coming to the fore present new opportunities and challenges. We take a closer look at this monumental change in the industry.

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