Corporate Sustainablilty – Page 3 – GBRI
 

While the Trump administration is busy promoting fossil fuels, rolling back Obama-era pro-environment policies and ignoring climate change, the country’s corporate giants are increasingly choosing to ignore the US president’s skeptical stance on climate change and moving ahead towards their own environmental goals. Several big names like Walmart, General Motors, Ford and Mars, appeared this week […]

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One of the primary worries that every electric vehicle owner has is the inadequate number of charging stations around. In the recent years, the number of charging stations has not increased in proportion to the number of electric vehicles on the road. But things are going to change very soon as Tesla opens its largest Supercharger stations […]

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Renowned beauty brands Clarins, Coty, L’Oreal and Groupe Rocher have come together to launch the Responsible Beauty Initiative (RBI) with EcoVadis, a provider of supplier sustainability ratings for supply chains. EcoVadis is working with the companies to ensure their suppliers have sound environmental business practices in place. The RBI is built on a Corporate Social […]

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As voices of dissent against the inhumane conditions under which poultry animals are kept are on the rise, world’s largest packaged food company has decided to use only eggs sourced from those hens that live outside of cages. With this announcement, Nestle has become the latest foodmaker to react to concerns about animal welfare. The Swiss […]

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In an environment-friendly move, leading global consumer goods company Procter and Gamble recently launched its new Fairy Ocean Plastic bottle that is made 10% from plastic collected from the ocean and beaches around the world, and 90% from post-consumer recycled plastic. The UK launch will include 320,000 ocean plastic bottles for the Fairy dish-washing brand, and P&G […]

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At a time when the demand for sustainable apparel is on the rise, world renowned sports apparel giant Nike recently introduced a new material for shoes- Flyleather- which is made from at least 50% recycled natural leather fibers. Normally during leather manufacturing, as much as 30% of a cow’s hide gets discarded, Nike says. For […]

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Volunteers from Greenpeace Philippines and #breakfreefromplastic Movement conducted a week-long beach clean-up on Freedom Island, Manila Bay—an area notorious for its plastic pollution. The clean-up revealed that Nestlé, Unilever and P&G were among the worst offenders, with the former two featuring in the list of top three contributors of plastic waste in the area. “When we […]

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