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Top 10 Best Corporate Citizens Ranked

Ecolab, Campbell Soup and Microsoft are among the Top 10 Best Corporate Citizens, according to Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s fifth annual ranking. CR Magazine announced the top performers in the following sectors: business services, consumer items, consumer staples, energy, financial, healthcare, information technology, materials, media and entertainment, and utilities. By industry, … Read more »

100 Best Corporate Citizens Revealed

Microsoft, selected in part for its environmental and climate change performance, is the best corporate citizen in the US, according to Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens List. The tech giant pushed Bristol-Myers Squibb from its No. 1 ranking last year down to sixth place in the 2015 … Read more »

Sustainable Brands

Leading Companies Join Sustainable Brands Corporate Member Network

Estee Lauder, Procter & Gamble, Hershey’s, Hasbro, Iron Mountain, Miller Coors and Domtar are the latest companies to join Sustainable Brands’ Corporate Member Network. They join more than 55 companies that have committed to leveraging their role in business to advance sustainability. A member benchmark study indicated that 83 percent … Read more »

Two Climate Leaders Recognized

The Hartford and Hasbro were recognized by EPA in the third annual Climate Leadership Awards for greenhouse gas management policies. The Hartford of Hartford, Conn., received the “Excellence in Greenhouse Gas Management – Goal Achievement Award.” The Hartford set a GHG emissions reduction goal of 20 percent by 2017, and … Read more »

Climate Leadership Awards Given

Fifteen organizations and two individuals were recognized as the 2014 winners of Climate Leadership Awards. The awards are given by the EPA’s Center for Corporate Climate Leadership, in collaboration with the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES), the Association of Climate Change Officers and The Climate Registry. Awardees came … Read more »

My Little Pony

Hasbro Pledges 20% GHG Reduction by 2020

Hasbro has committed to reducing its global Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions from owned/operated facilities 20 percent by 2020, from 2012 levels, and halving waste to landfill at its facilities by 50 percent from 2012 levels by end of 2020. The toy company whose brands include My … Read more »

Democrats Canvas Walmart, NFL, Apple on Climate Change Strategies

Congressional Democrats’ Bicameral Task Force on Climate Change has written to Google, the NBA, the NFL, Walmart, Wells Fargo, the Clinton Global Initiative and more than 300 other organizations to canvas their opinions on combating global warming. The letter, which was also sent to companies including Whole Foods, Target, Ford, … Read more »

Hasbro Adopts Single-Stream Recycling at RI Plants

Toy company Hasbro, Inc. has partnered with the Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation to introduce single-stream recycling at all of its Rhode Island facilities. RIRRC, a quasi-government organization, opened the state’s first single-stream recycling facility in 2012 as part of an effort to improve recycling rates and reduce waste sent … Read more »

Glen Raven Facilities Go Landfill-Free

Three of Glen Raven’s US facilities send zero waste to landfills, and the performance fabric company is “locking the dumpster” at a fourth location this month, Industry Week reports. Randy Blackston, vice president of operations at Glen Raven Custom Fabrics, a business unit of the parent company, also tells the … Read more »

Hasbro Sustainability Report: Cuts GHG 10%, Beats Water and Paper Goals

Hasbro Sustainability Report: Cuts GHG 10%, Beats Water and Paper Goals

Hasbro Inc. has reduced its scopes 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions by 10 percent year-on-year, according to the company’s latest corporate social responsibility 2011 update. The report, which covers progress over the 2011 calendar year as a mid-cycle benchmark to the company’s biannual full CSR report, shows that in 2010 … Read more »

Standards & Compliance Briefing: EPEAT Registry, ASHRAE 100-2006, UL, WWF

The EPEAT global environmental rating system for electronics announced that four certification and testing organizations – DEKRA, Intertek, UL Environment and VDE – will provide manufacturer support and claims verification for the EPEAT registry. These entities will work directly with manufacturers to register products in the EPEAT system and to verify their … Read more »

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