Big companies helping to protect environment
Plenty of firms have "gone green," but not all have kept their promises beyond Earth Day theatrics.
Aldi is on track to become the third-largest grocery chain in the country, but that doesn't mean it's ignoring sustainability.
Patagonia isn't the greenest company. Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia, devoted his riches to the environment.
Coca-Cola Sprite's rebranding isn't typical. Coca-Cola recently switched from green to transparent bottles.
"Carbon neutral since 2007" appears at the bottom of Google's homepage. Since 2003, the tech giant has invested in renewable energy to offset its fossil fuel emissions.
Salesforce's sustainability goals are broad yet doable. The cloud-based software company employs 100% renewable energy for its global operations by pricing carbon emissions.
Starbucks has taken steps to become more ecologically conscious, therefore your contribution to the environment is theoretically good, right?
Prius is Toyota's first mass-produced hybrid automobile. Since the first Prius debuted in 2007, Toyota has made great strides in producing hybrid & electric automobiles.
Disney's direct businesses are on track to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. The company has a no-waste policy, so none of its garbage should go to landfills.
Nike uses recycled materials in its sneakers & garments & aims for zero waste and zero carbon. Some Nike stores also accept donations of outdated shoes.
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