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World’s Largest General Veterinary Practice Cuts Waste, Saves Costs

World’s Largest General Veterinary Practice Cuts Waste, Saves Costs

Banfield Pet Hospital, the world’s largest general veterinary practice, reduced its carbon footprint, cut waste, and saved on hospital costs in 2017, according to their newly published CSR report.

T. Rowe Price’s CSR Report Shows Emissions and Waste Reductions

T. Rowe Price’s CSR Report Shows Emissions and Waste Reductions

T. Rowe Price has published its 2016 – 2017 corporate social responsibility report. The Baltimore-based global investment management organization demonstrated reductions in greenhouse gas emissions per associate over a six-year period. Between 2010 and 2016, the firm’s total GHG emissions went down 4% and were reduced by 31% per associate, … Read more »

Kraft Heinz Releases First CSR Report

Kraft Heinz Releases First CSR Report

The Kraft Heinz Company showed its progress toward environmental and supply chain goals in an inaugural corporate social responsibility report published this week. These targets include transitioning to sourcing 100% of eggs globally from cage-free hens by 2025 as well as reducing water use, emissions, and energy use by 2020. … Read more »

Network for Business Sustainability

Avoid These Costly CSR Mistakes

Corporate sustainability reporting — when done right — increases share price and bolsters stakeholder confidence. When done incorrectly, however, CSR reporting does more harm than good, a Network for Business Sustainability blog post says. According to NBS, these are the 10 mistakes to avoid when planning, conducting and promoting a … Read more »

Lowe’s Sustainability Report: Purchased Green Power Jumps 34%

Lowe’s Sustainability Report: Purchased Green Power Jumps 34%

Home improvement retailer Lowe’s purchased 34 percent more green power in 2011 than in 2010, according to the company’s 2011 corporate sustainability report. In 2011, the retailer bought 148 million kWh of renewable power, enough to power three percent of its operations, and up from 111 million kWh in 2010. … Read more »

Henkel Sustainability Report: Energy Consumption, Carbon Emissions Drop 9% Year-On-Year

Henkel Sustainability Report: Energy Consumption, Carbon Emissions Drop 9% Year-On-Year

Henkel, the company behind Dial, Purex, Right Guard and other personal care brands, reduced its energy consumption by over nine percent from 2010 to 2011, according to the company’s 2011 sustainability report. In 2011, the German multinational used 2.2 million MWh of energy compared to 2.4 million in the previous … Read more »

New CSR Portal, but Less Aggressive GHG, Renewable Energy Targets for Timberland

New CSR Portal, but Less Aggressive GHG, Renewable Energy Targets for Timberland

Footwear and outdoor apparel maker Timberland has updated its corporate sustainability reporting goals, publishing these targets in a newly launched online CSR portal. The updated CSR goals are categorized into four broad areas  – climate, product, factories and service – with quantifiable  updates for each. Ironically, behind the user-friendly interface, … Read more »

Survey: Reporting Indicates Company Sustainability

The vast majority of those reading sustainability reports – 97 percent – say that sustainability reporting itself indicates that a company is improving its performance on sustainability measures. In the poll commissioned by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), 60 percent of report readers also said that reading a sustainability report … Read more »

Kimberly-Clark Improves on Waste, Slides on Energy

Kimberly-Clark Improves on Waste, Slides on Energy

Kimberly-Clark made progress on its efforts to reduce the amount of waste it sends to landfills per metric ton of production, but increased the amount of energy it used per metric ton, according to its 2009 corporate sustainability report. According to figures in the report, Kimberly-Clark sent 19.8 percent of … Read more »

Environmental Initiatives Save RSC Nearly $26M in 2009

RSC Equipment Rental saved approximately $25.8 million in 2009 by implementing several environmental initiatives ranging from an equipment refurbishment program to a tire pressure equalization system, according to the company’s first CSR report. RSC’s sustainability program is centered on integrating environmental considerations and eco-efficiency into all of its business processes … Read more »

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