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Ralph Lauren Shares Progress on Environmental and Social Goals in Its Fiscal 2021 Global Citizenship & Sustainability Report

Sets goal to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040 Demonstrates increased transparency with expanded workforce diversity data, climate impact data and factory disclosure data Incorporates ESG metrics into executive remuneration Ralph Lauren Corporation, has published its fiscal year 2021 annual Global Citizenship & Sustainability Report (FY21 Report), a detailed progress update on its Design the Change strategy. This year, the Company strengthened its commitment to climate by…

Visa Deepens Global Commitment to Environmental Sustainability with Pledge to Reach Net-zero Emissions by 2040

Visa marks Earth Day 2021 with industry-leading milestones, innovative partnerships and initiatives toward its vision of a sustainable future Visa (NYSE: V), a leading global payments technology company, announced today a new global commitment to reach net-zero emissions by 2040, and that the company achieved carbon neutrality across its operations in 2020.i Visa also outlined plans to become a climate positive company through new partnerships and expanded initiatives to support sustainable commerce and the…

HP PC Portfolio Awarded Good Green Design Awards For Responsible Design And Manufacturing

HP PC and Print Products Recognized for Design Excellence with 21 iF DESIGN 2021 Awards HP Inc. has earned seven Good Green Design Awards across its world’s most sustainable PC portfolio1 for responsible design and manufacturing. Marketing Technology News: Flashtalking Launches Agency Partnership Services Program, Led by Agency Veteran Walt Cheruk Sustainability and climate change matter more today than ever before with 76% of people believing environmental issues are of equal or greater concern than health issues…

For Brands, Sustainability Is the New Digital

The global population is the youngest it’s ever been, with 50 percent of the world aged 30 or under, and the top issue for this group is climate change. In fact, nearly nine out of 10 Gen Zers are worried about the environment. When you couple this with the massive spending power of Gen Z (in the US, Gen Z spends $44bn annually and influences a total of $600bn in household spend), one thing becomes clear: brands need to re-examine their approach to sustainability if they haven’t already. From 16-year-old activists Greta…