Bridgestone Americas says they are scaling up the use of recovered carbon black in the tire market with longtime partner Delta-Energy Group, a Natchez, Mississippi-based developer of technology to recover chemicals from end-of-life tires.
Last week, Colgate-Palmolive delivered to retailers the first tube recognized by the Association of Plastic Recyclers (APR) — Antiplaque & Whitening toothpaste under the company’s Tom’s of Maine brand.
A new e-book from Environment + Energy Leader, Successful US Water Management Strategies 2020, outlines the reasons behind this new focus on water and the strategies organizations can use to adopt smarter water management.
The transition to paper straws from single-use plastic ones in Europe didn’t go quite as planned for McDonald’s. This week the foodservice retailer announced plans to introduce an “evolved” paper straw.
Formula One outlined plans this week to reach carbon neutrality for cars, on-track activity, and the rest of the sport’s operations by 2030. The motorsport racing competition’s executives say their new plan is achievable.
Specialty plastics provider Eastman has announced its collaboration with NB Coatings, a paint-on plastics manufacturer for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), to create a sustainable option for automotive plastics.
McDonald's USA announced today that 100% of the ground and whole bean coffee for US restaurants is sustainably sourced, achieving the company’s 2020 goal one year ahead of schedule.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation is announcing a series of initiatives to reduce waste at Hyatt hotels globally, including introducing large-format bathroom amenities and reducing single-use water bottles by June 2021.
The world’s largest concentration of tech companies sees limited leadership in the sustainability realm, according to a new report from the...
New York State Attorney General Tish James withdrew two counts of fraud against ExxonMobil during her closing arguments in a case against the energy giant.
The Concordia University Foundation committed today to end investments in the coal, oil and gas sector within five years.
A new report from Boston Common Asset Management assesses 58 of the world’s largest banks on their response to climate change. Lauren Compere discusses what the results mean for financial sector professionals.