The company hopes to reduce the full lifecycle carbon footprint of its products by 30 percent by 2030, compared with a 2015 baseline.
Science-based goals, new models for reaching consumers, savvier marketing methods and the need for deeper collaboration dominate the conversation at WRI's recent MindShare gathering.
At many companies, sustainable business initiatives still lie outside the core business plan. That's a mistake that could hinder progress.
International investors are increasingly clamoring for standard frameworks.
The Environmental Defense Fund has placed more than 800 fellows on corporate energy projects since its inception.
The linear economy poses serious financial, reputational and regulatory risks as resources diminish and demand grows, and more companies recognize that.
Most companies still have yet to crack the sustainability code. Here's why.
The number of global companies using an internal carbon price has tripled in the last year, and more are poised to join them. Here's their rationale.
One year into EP100, 12 companies pledged to double their energy productivity and make their resources go a mile further.
CSOs should be vocal about why addressing climate change is a matter of U.S. security, competitiveness and credibility. But don't overlook turning sustainability into value creation.