Posted on July 21, 2014 by Envirothink
Photo by Richard Ericksson, flickr
Companies large and small are by necessity moving into the sustainability arena. It’s a new language and a new way of thinking of and of doing business and it definitely goes against the norm. But as consumers demand to know that companies are acting sustainably, companies are being forced to adapt.
But adapting can come very slowly, amidst giving good “talk”. Take for example the Walt Disney Company.
Filed under: Sustainability | Tagged: climate change, corporate sustainability, NGO, Rainforest Action Network, Richard Ericksson, sustainability, sustainability report, sustainability threats, Walt Disney Company | Leave a comment »
Posted on July 5, 2014 by Envirothink
Just saw this listing of the top 50 global green brands. After perusing the list, it’s clear that it’s seriously misguided, misleading and incomplete.
Filed under: Green issues unmasked | Tagged: corporate sustainability, corporate sustainability strategy, Ford, green brands, green innovation, sustainability, top 50 global green brands | 4 Comments »
Posted on February 21, 2012 by Envirothink
Claims abound as to which companies are the most sustainable, the most “green”. But when the dust settles, one list says it like it is.
The eighth annual Global 100 list was announced at last week’s World Economic Forum, held this year in Davos, Switzerland. It designates eight U.S. firms as being among the most sustainable in the world.
Filed under: Exciting New Developments, Sustainability | Tagged: american business leaders, Apple, Corporate Knights, corporate sustainability, economic growth, energy, environmental, Global 100, green, health care, innovation, pollution, sustainability, sustainability assessment, sustainable, waste, World Economic Forum | Leave a comment »
Posted on March 28, 2011 by Envirothink
BP tries to ignore the Gulf oil disaster of 2010 in its latest sustainability report
Is BP trying to pull the wool over people’s eyes yet again?
Filed under: Talk a good game | Tagged: BP, corporate sustainability, Deepwater Horizon, emissions, environmental, Gulf Coast, oil spill | Leave a comment »