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PPG Industries has received the Pennsylvania Governor's Award for Environmental Excellence for "outstanding commitment to environmental stewardship" for its new line of eco-friendly architectural paints.
- Related companies: PPG
Author: Climate Technology Initiative
The winner of the 2002 CTI World Climate Technology Award (organisations) is: The Centre for Power Efficiency and Environment Protection (CenPEEP), for supporting the adoption of more-efficient coal power plants in India.
Author: State of Pennsylvania
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced the winners of the 2002 Green Power Leadership Awards for environmental leadership by purchasing green power, an alternative to conventional electricity.
- Related companies: FedEx Kinko's (part of FedEx)
Author: U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell
Chindex does more than sell healthcare products and services; Chindex has brought the American spirit of volunteerism and corporate public service to China's healthcare sector, especially to Chinese orphans...Coca-Cola Egypt's contributions to Egyptian...
- Related companies: Coca-Cola
Health care giant Baxter Healthcare Corp. has become the first medical supplier to be deemed a "Champion for Change" in the Hospitals for a Healthy Environment program, a landmark initiative to improve environmental performance in health care.....
Lowes Foods has been honored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for its efforts to reduce energy consumption.
- Related companies: Lowe's
Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com
ForesTrade, which markets organic spices and fair trade coffee, was the sole U.S. company to win a Sustainable Development Partnerships Award at the Johannesburg Summit.
- Related companies: ForesTrade
Author: International Chamber of Commerce
The United Nations and ICC: the world business organization today named ten business partnership programmes from around the world which are making an outstanding contribution to sustainable development [refers to Alcan Inc; Shell; Axel Springer Verlag;...
Author: James Lamont, Financial Times
The big oil companies were some of the first multinationals to find themselves in the environmental "hall of shame" on Friday in the run up to next week's World Summit on Sustainable Development...Friends of the Earth singled out Shell, British...