Caterpillar and the Caterpillar Foundation help with disaster relief through donations, investments and Cat equipment.
We’ve helped numerous buildings achieve LEED® Certification. Leonardo Academy not only supports the entire family of LEED rating systems, but has been actively involved in their development. Our extensive knowledge of the LEED process provides clients with valuable advice and smooth project implementation. Whether it is implementing LEED on a single building or an entire portfolio of buildings, there is no project too large or too small; our goal is to help our clients succeed at LEED.
The Green-e certification program certifies renewable energy and carbon offset products, and organizations using renewable energy and offsets in their operations.
Building on its Adobe Youth Voices signature philanthropy program, the Adobe Foundation is establishing scholarships to empower youth worldwide to pursue creative careers or find innovative ways to improve their communities.
The Fish Reef Project is the next great ocean enhancement and restoration movement. As a public 501 (c)(3), it’s goal is to turn empty, anemic sea floors throughout the world into thriving marine ecosystems that will be the home, breeding, and feeding grounds to millions of marine mammals, sea birds, turtles, fish, lobster, abalone, scallops, marine algae and much more.
Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. provides resources that fuel global growth. The company has a strong commitment to safety performance, environmental management and to the local communities where it operates. Freeport-McMoRan's approach to sustainable development combines three essential elements: continued economic success, building local community capacity and societal trust through stakeholder engagement, and improving environmental performance.
Join your colleagues from leading companies on July 17-18 in Minneapolis for a program that features their solutions to EHS Compliance challenges and the lessons they’ve learned along the way. To learn more, please visit http://www.naem.org/?conf_2013_management.
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No longer a nice-to-do, corporate social responsibility is now a reputational imperative – or liability. As revealed in the 2013 Cone Communications/Echo Global CSR Study, released today, companies are expected to be an active participant – if not a driving force – in solving the most pressing social and environmental issues. Corporations that disregard this consumer-demanded role risk more than their reputation – nine-in-10 global citizens say they would boycott if they learned of irresponsible behavior.