Sustainability Made Stronger, Pt. 2 by UPS Longitudes

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Sustainability Made Stronger, Pt. 2 by UPS Longitudes

Marketing Manager for Nestlé Purina, Jena spoke with Longitudes about an innovative solution they’ve created to address the challenge of carbon emissions
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Thursday, December 3, 2015 - 3:05pm

CAMPAIGN: Nestlé's Commitment to Sustainability

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By James Rowe | UPS Longitudes 

This is the second in a two-part series. Click here to read the first. 

Whether it’s carbon emissions discussed this week in Paris, or the carbon footprint that products and services leave on the environment, people are becoming increasingly interested in how to solve the challenging environmental issues our planet is facing.

Millennials are often driving the conversation, as a recent poll shows more than 54 percent of them think they’ll “make a significant contribution to better the environment.”[1]

They’re asking questions about the companies they’re doing business with – how are you sourcing your materialsWhat is your carbon impact on the environmentWho are you partnering with to address these concerns?

These are not the questions that businesses faced 10 years ago.

Jena Thompson-Meredith, Vice President of Business Partnerships for The Conservation Fund helps companies answer some of those questions. Along with EJ Hullverson, Marketing Manager for Nestlé Purina, Jena spoke with Longitudes about an innovative solution they’ve created to address the challenge of carbon emissions:

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Keywords: Environment | COP21 paris | Nestle | Purina | UPS Longitudes | sustainability

CAMPAIGN: Nestlé's Commitment to Sustainability

CONTENT: Article

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