Tiffany & Co. Releases Its New Sustainability Website

Tiffany & Co. published its enhanced Tiffany.com/Sustainability website representing the next chapter in Tiffany’s industry-leading legacy of social and environmental responsibility. The  website outlines the luxury jeweler’s commitments, actions and longterm vision to promote the well-being of people and the planet at the heart of the brand. The site is designed to increase transparency and be accessible to all of Tiffany’s stakeholders, including Tiffany customers and employees, and includes formal reporting updates on Tiffany’s 2018 sustainability performance. “As a global company and luxury leader, Tiffany has a bigger role to…

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Museum of American Finance to Present Program on Sustainability

On September 19, the Museum of American Finance will present “Corporate Sustainability: Is It Sustainable?,” a timely discussion with industry leaders driving sustainability as an essential element of corporate purpose and a means to achieve transformative social impact. The program will be held from 6:00 – 8:30 pm at the Fordham University McNally Amphitheatre, located at 140 West 62nd Street, NYC. Following a welcome address from Museum President & CEO David Cowen, opening remarks will be provided by Jean-Yves Fillion, CEO, BNP Paribas USA and Chairman of CIB Americas and Raymond McDaniel, CEO, Moody’s. The program will begin with…

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IHG opts for bulk-size amenities to reduce plastic waste

IHG® (InterContinental Hotels Group), has announced that its entire hotel estate of almost 843,000 guest rooms will switch to bulk-size bathroom amenities, with the transition to be completed during 2021. Building on its efforts to reduce plastic waste as part of a broader sustainability agenda, this pledge makes IHG the first global hotel company to commit all brands to removing bathroom miniatures in favour of bulk-size amenities. Keith Barr, CEO, IHG, commented: “It’s more important than ever that companies challenge themselves to operate responsibly – we know it’s what our…

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Scotiabank Boosting Sustainability Commitment with Closing of Inaugural Green Bond Offering

The Bank of Nova Scotia has announced the closing of its inaugural USD 500 million 3.5-year Green Bond offering (the Green Bonds), boosting its commitment to Sustainable Business and creating a better future for all. The net proceeds from the Green Bond offering will be used to fund the financing or refinancing, in whole or in part, of eligible green assets, which refer to new or existing assets, businesses or projects that meet the Scotiabank Green Bond Framework Eligibility Criteria, including renewable energy, clean transportation and green buildings. Other areas…

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Pipeline Foods Launches Sustainability Program

Pipeline Foods LLC, the first U.S.-based supply chain solutions company focused exclusively on non-GMO, organic, and regenerative food and feed, has announced the rollout of its corporate sustainability program, known as IMPACT. As part of the rollout, Pipeline Foods has published baseline metrics to kick off ongoing sustainability reporting.   “At Pipeline Foods, we want to elevate the organic industry by putting IMPACT at the center of all we do,” said Erin Heitkamp, senior vice president of agriculture and public affairs. “This means we are always working to influence outcomes on…

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