Four Corporations and Their Current Sustainability Initiatives

By: Aidan Das Climate change and the need for conserving natural resources has caused many corporations to realize the importance of reducing wastes, their carbon footprints and protecting the environment. Here are four large companies that have been initiating sustainability goals and plans: Chipotle Based on Chipotle’s 2019 Sustainability Report, they have diverted 47 percent … More Four Corporations and Their Current Sustainability Initiatives

Local Sustainability Firm Introduces XT700 Styrofoam Densifier

By: Taylor McCann Eco Development, a corporate sustainability firm out of Mason, Ohio that was founded in 2011, recently introduced a new “member” to its team on February 3, 2020: the XT700 Styrofoam Densifier. Eco Development is comprised of three business groups: Facilities/Energy, Commodities/Recycling and Logistics. The firm’s goal is to both introduce and increase … More Local Sustainability Firm Introduces XT700 Styrofoam Densifier

Opinion: The Hypocrisy and Hope of the Bezos Earth Fund

By: Celine Thormann Last week Jeff Bezos made headlines by announcing his intention to use $10 billion of his fortune to create the Bezos Earth Fund. This organization plans to back efforts to fight climate change by giving grants to scientists and non-governmental organizations dedicated to protecting the planet. I am going to start this … More Opinion: The Hypocrisy and Hope of the Bezos Earth Fund

Exploring the Corporate Race to Zero Plastic

By: Taylor McCann Did you know that around 8.3 billion tons of plastic have been produced since the 1950s, but only 9 percent of it has been recycled? Many well-known companies like Hasbro, Kroger, PepsiCo and Starbucks recognized the depth of statistics like these and decided to take action to decrease the amount of single-use … More Exploring the Corporate Race to Zero Plastic