Enbridge operates the largest and most complex liquids pipeline system in the world. We’re proud of what we do – helping to provide reliable energy to many millions of people across North America every single day. Over the last decade we’ve transported almost 12 billion barrels of crude oil with a safe delivery record better than 99.999 per cent. That’s good, but for us, it’s not good enough. We will never stop striving for 100 per cent.
Updates on how GM is reducing emissions and petroleum dependence by being more energy efficient.
Capacity building is the process of solving problems that impact the quality of life for current and future generations and protecting the earth’s ecological support system. WEC oversees a range of capacity building initiatives that advance sustainability, including: improving energy efficiency; reducing the use of water and other natural resources; enhancing environmental, health and safety performance; reducing chemical risks; investing in social capital; and promoting global citizenship activities.
We know that the most cost-effective new energy resource is the one we don't have to build or buy. It comes from integrating energy efficiency into the ways we live everyday.
Verizon believes that creating healthy, sustainable communities is the surest path to creating a healthy and sustainable business. We’re minimizing the environmental impact of our operations and developing solutions that break down old technology barriers and empower businesses and communities to cut energy use and make better energy choices. Learn more here >>
Energy represents one of the most important business challenges of this century. Its generation, use and transmission is critical to the global economy and personal advancement. Companies need to find ways to deliver more and cleaner energy while producing fewer environmental impacts in their operations and value chains. To respond to this challenge and engage with governments on the best ways to deliver cleaner, more efficient and effective supplies of energy to a growing global population, GE has made a significant commitment to optimize our own use of energy.
Canada’s premier prize for home energy innovation
The term “Conflict Minerals” has been surfacing in the media over the last few years. In 2010, President Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Consumer Protection Act into law. Section 1502 of that act addresses the international trade and use of Conflict Minerals. But what are Conflict Minerals and how do they affect our everyday lives? Like the similar issue of Conflict Diamonds or Blood Diamonds, the term Conflict Minerals refers to raw materials that come from a particular part of the world where conflict is occurring and affects the mining and trading of those materials.
Included in this campaign are the 2013 ReportAlerts, the report announcement service for the Global Corporate Responsibility (CR) Community from CorporateRegister.com. Learn how to announce your report.
General Mills released its 2013 Global Responsibility Report, which outlines the company’s progress and commitments in the areas of health, the environment, sourcing, workplace and community engagement. The full report can be accessed at www.GeneralMills.com.