Cisco offers examples of how to leverage the power of procurement and sourcing for the greater good, with recycling, reusing and food donation.
Salesforce today announced Salesforce Sustainability Cloud, a carbon accounting product that will give businesses access to investor-grade data on…
“Our ports remain an integral part of international supply chains, connecting businesses to global markets. In order to fulfil this essential role in international trade and the UK economy, we work together with our customers, with whom we share a commitment to safety, sustainability and environmental protection, and we continue to make great strides in these areas.” Over the past year, ABP has continued to invest in its people, facilities and equipment to deliver the best possible service to its customers safely and sustainably. ABP has also continued to transform its ports and terminals into low carbon, resilient hubs, which can help build the sustainable supply chains of the future.
Americans are showing more interest in sustainability issues, and food and beverage companies could do a better job of promoting the specific attributes of their products, according to a 2019 survey from The Hartman Group.
The Choose Love online store sells much-needed products that consumers can purchase for refugees and displaced people. These include items for day-to-day survival, for emergency situations, and for building their futures. The site breaks the Choose Love shopping journey down into three stages: “Browse our store,” “Choose real products,” and “Leave with nothing.”