Roche ranked the most sustainable healthcare company in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices for the tenth year running Sustainability is an integral part of Roche’s business strategy The company performed particularly well in Marketing Practices, Environmental and Social Reporting and Health Outcome Contribution For the tenth consecutive year, Roche (SIX: RO, ROG; OTCQX: RHHBY) has been recognised as the most sustainable company in the Pharmaceuticals index of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI).
Environment changes and developments in exhibition stands have trade show organisers keen to promote their support for using products that are less harmful to the planet.
< All Initiatives Affordable and Clean Energy LED Lighting AstenJohnson is working to replace all the lights in our plants with LED lights. This will result in 2/3 of electricity savings compared to the original lights. Clinton, SC Project Start: 2017 Project Completion: 2019 Results Energy savings of approximately 194,000 kWh per year. 440 lights replaced “The LED light bulb replacement project is certainly the largest project I have completed at Eagle so far. Moving to LEDs had a huge $25,000 cash incentive from our electric company and the estimated savings of $45,000/year really made it a no-brainer.” Dominic Angelo Badalmenti, Product Engineer at Eagle Nonwovens Solar Panels eupen, belgium In addition to the replacement of old light with LED lights, AstenJohnson Eupen installed solar panels on site in 2017. This initiative enabled AstenJohnson to increase the portion of green energy of total energy consumption. The panels installed can produce...
Sustainability is one of the greatest transformation challenges of our generation. The stakes have never been higher, with less than a decade to deliver on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. On the flip side, the opportunities to harness technology, innovation and a shared commitment for a more sustainable world has never been greater. Business ESG performance not measuring up to reality. Why step up our game now on sustainability? For one thing, organizations are facing compounding pressure from a range of stakeholders, including investors, consumers, regulatory agencies, and employees to demonstrate Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance alongside financial performance. Consumers are making more sustainable purchasing choices and investors are putting greater weight on a company’s ESG score. They want to see the data to back up an organization’s sustainability credentials.
At a glance, it’s easy to take an artwork’s materials for granted. Today, however, across all areas of production and consumption, it’s increasingly urgent to consider the environmental impact of materials. When it comes to art, more and more artists are taking the lifecycle of their materials into account, making their art with an eye towards sustainability and protecting the natural world. This can mean using sustainable materials themselves or making art that consciously encourages conversations about pressing climate issues. The international artists in Masters of Eco-Design: Art and Sustainability represent the vanguard of eco-design, producing their art from recycled and upcycled materials towards diverse conceptual and formal ends. Rather than serving as a limitation, sustainable design opens up wide-ranging approaches to artmaking, resulting in rich and novel practices.