Williams-Sonoma has released its 2018 Corporate Responsibility Scorecard, with several milestones achieved company-wide toward responsible sourcing, sustainable design, landfill diversion, energy and carbon intensity, supply chain development, corporate giving and volunteering.
World Centric, a manufacturer of plant-based and compostable tableware products, is rolling out its products into 750 Target stores nationwide and on the retailer’s website.
Tractor Supply Company’s new distribution center in Frankfort, New York, has achieved LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
LSA International has introduced the Canopy collection of handmade, recycled glassware.
CDP, an environmental impact non-profit, has named The Home Depot to its Climate Change A List for the retailer’s actions to cut carbon emissions and mitigate climate risks.
J.C. Penney’s global in-house center in Bangalore, India, has received a Platinum LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, rating by the U.S. Green Business Council (USGBC).
S’well has partnered with the New York City Mayor’s Office of Sustainability to help launch Bring It, a city-led multi-channel campaign focused on helping New York City public school students and the community reduce waste through advocacy and action.
SodaStream has partnered with the Oceanic Society in an effort to urge consumers to reduce the amount of single-use plastic bottles they use on a daily basis.
Bluewater Group, Imagine H2O and 11th Hour Racing have named the 2018 winners of the Urban Drinking Water Challenge. The challenge is a global innovation competition to deploy and scale decentralized drinking water solutions for fast-growing, water-scarce cities.
Ikea’s Midwest distribution center under construction in Joliet, IL, has been awarded the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification from the United States Green Building Council (USGBC), a first for Ikea properties in the U.S.