Archives for CSR
Nestle, which sells the most bottled water in the U.S., is attracting controversy for its bottling of water in a region suffering from depleted groundwater.
Coca-Cola's Project Last Mile leverages the company's vast distribution network to improve the delivery of medical supplies to 10 African countries by 2019.
Sustainable packaging has come a long way over a generation, and is now becoming a means for a company to enhance its brand and reputation.
In July 2013, Philips Lighting employees in 17 geographies were invited to nominate projects that could benefit from Philips Lighting services. A Philips VP tells what occurred as a result in Vietnam.
Barbie is going full-on MBA with the launch of Barbie Entrepreneur, available online or at a toy store near you. But will women buy it?
It’s official: you can stop washing your jeans. And that’s a direct suggestion from Levi Strauss & Co. CEO, Chip Bergh.
The negative effects of sheep grazing have been particularly acute in the Patagonian region of Argentina for decades. Now a local company is taking action.
Would you work for free in the name of CSR? Some multinational companies believe you should.
Levi's recently made 100,000 pairs of women’s jeans with 100 percent recycled water. End result: savings of 12 million liters of this precious resource.
When SAP issued a list of what the software company views as the top supply chain sustainability thinkers, I was humbled and definitely felt an “up.”
Could 2014 be the year sustainable fashion becomes more mainstream? After a difficult 2013, we had better hope so.
San Francisco made progress toward its goal of becoming a zero-waste city in working with Levi's. Read about the Progress with Less campaign.