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  • Companies with more greenhouse gas emissions than France and Spain combined reducing emissions by 35%, in line with the Paris Agreement 

    Companies with more greenhouse gas emissions than France and Spain combined reducing emissions by 35%, in line with the Paris Agreement 

    285 companies responsible for more than 752 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent emissions per year from their operations—more than the combined annual emissions of France and Spain—have set...

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  • This Week in Davos: Supply Chain Emissions Must Be Curtailed 

    This Week in Davos: Supply Chain Emissions Must Be Curtailed 

    At the World Economic Forum in Davos this week, IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim is calling for renewed cooperation from all stakeholders to tackle the urgent issues of air pollution and...

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  • Nestlé accelerates sustainable packaging initiatives 

    Nestlé accelerates sustainable packaging initiatives 

    The Swiss-based multinational food and drink processing firm, Nestlé, has announced it is set to invest US$2bn as it seeks to increase its sustainable packaging initiatives.Nestlé will reduce its...

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  • SAP: striving to lower supply chain carbon emissions  

    SAP: striving to lower supply chain carbon emissions  

    SAP joins the CEO Carbon Neutral Challenge to support the global transition to a low-carbon economy. SAP and sustainable supply chainsIn line with the CEO Carbon Neutral Challenge, SAP has been...

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  • BlackRock to Hold Companies and Itself to Higher Standards on Climate Risk

    BlackRock to Hold Companies and Itself to Higher Standards on Climate Risk

    BlackRock said it would take a tougher stance against corporations that aren’t providing a full accounting of environmental risks, as the investment giant moves to show it is doing more to address...

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  • Nestlé creates market for food-grade recycled plastics 

    Nestlé creates market for food-grade recycled plastics 

    Nestlé has announced that it will invest up to $3 billion to lead the shift from virgin plastics to food-grade recycled plastics and to accelerate the development of innovative sustainable...

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  • Six business benefits of setting science-based targets 

    Six business benefits of setting science-based targets 

    By assisting companies – some of the world’s largest emitters – to align their strategies with the goals of the Paris Agreement, science-based targets help accelerate the transition to a low...

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  • Etihad targets zero net carbon emissions by 2050, in expanded commitment to environmental sustainability

    Etihad targets zero net carbon emissions by 2050, in expanded commitment to environmental sustainability

    Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, today committed to a minimum target of zero net carbon emissions by 2050 and halving of its 2019 net emission levels by 2035.The...

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  • How Vibram Will Use Sustainability to Shape the Company’s Future 

    How Vibram Will Use Sustainability to Shape the Company’s Future 

    For more than 100 years, Vibram has worked to become a forerunner in footwear innovation, and its outsoles remain a staple in the outdoor industry.Although established as a marketplace leader, the...

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  • PepsiCo's U.S. operations to be 100% renewable by end of 2020

    PepsiCo's U.S. operations to be 100% renewable by end of 2020

    At a Frito-Lay plant in Arizona, thousands of solar panels sit on land next to the factory providing electricity. At a Gatorade plant an hour away, the roof is lined with solar panels; the same is...

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  • One Health Certified Program: Impressive step

    One Health Certified Program: Impressive step

    The press release announcing the launch noted, “One Health Certified, a comprehensive animal care program, establishes verified animal production practices in five core areas: disease prevention,...

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  • Nestlé, Colgate or Kellogg's, among companies that could use "sustainable" palm oil from child exploitation

    Nestlé, Colgate or Kellogg's, among companies that could use "sustainable" palm oil from child exploitation

    “Something is not right when nine companies that had a combined income of 325,000 million dollars in 2015 cannot take measures to address the heinous treatment that people who work in the...

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  • RWF organises Meet on Smart and Sustainable 

    RWF organises Meet on Smart and Sustainable 

    A one day meet on “Smart and Sustainable Manufacturing and Operations” was conducted by Rail Wheel factory Yelahanka on 17-01-2020, one eve of the 40th Anniversary of its dedication to the nation...

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  • H&M's AI operation helps make its supply chain more sustainable

    H&M's AI operation helps make its supply chain more sustainable

    H&M is somewhat known for its work to make fast fashion more sustainable. The retailer pledged to reach 100% recycled or sustainable materials across the company's supply chain by 2030 and 100%...

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  • Ralph Lauren launches QR-based tracking system to boost supply chain visibility, fight counterfeits

    Ralph Lauren launches QR-based tracking system to boost supply chain visibility, fight counterfeits

    Ralph Lauren will track all Polo products through the supply with a new digital identification system, according to a press release. The program will expand to the entire Polo line over time,...

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