Member of UN Global Compact
Headquarters in USA
Starbucks website: http://www.starbucks.com
Coffee shop chain Starbucks...will begin using paper coffee cups made partially from recycled material by the end of 2005.
- Related companies: Starbucks
Author: Nichola Groom, Reuters
By 2007, Starbucks expects that 60 percent of its coffee will come from farmers following strict rules on everything from forestation to pesticides to labor practices. About 10 percent of Starbucks' coffee is bought from suppliers following such rules...
Author: SustainAbility, UNEP, Standard & Poor's
[Top 50 companies (highest scoring first): Co-operative Financial Services (part of Co-operative Group), Novo Nordisk, BP, British American Tobacco, BT Group, British Airports Authority (BAA), Rabobank, Rio Tinto, Shell, HP, Unilever, Anglo American,...
- Related stories: 2004 survey of corporate non-financial reporting, by SustainAbility, UNEP, Standard & Poor's (highest scoring companies: Co-operative Financial Services, Novo Nordisk, BP)
- Related companies: ABB Abbott Laboratories ABN Amro adidas AEON Agilent Technologies Alcoa Allianz Anglo American Anglo Platinum (part of Anglo American) Aracruz Celulose Autostrade Aventis (now part of Sanofi-Aventis) Barclays BASF Baxter International BC Hydro BHP Billiton BMW BP Bristol-Myers Squibb British Airports Authority (BAA) British Airways British American Tobacco Cadbury Schweppes (now Cadbury) Camelot Canon Carrefour Chiquita City West Water Co-operative Group DaimlerChrysler (now Daimler) Daiwa Securities Deutsche Telekom Diageo Dow Chemical Endesa (part of Enel) Eroski Ford Fuji Photo Film Fuji Xerox (joint venture Fuji Photo Film & Xerox) Gap Gaz de France (part of GDF Suez) General Motors HP (Hewlett-Packard) Hydro-Québec IBM ING Intel Ito-Yokado KarstadtQuelle Kesko Lafarge Manaaki Whenua Matsushita (now Panasonic) Merloni Elettrodomestici Mirant mmo2 (now O2) MTN MTR Natura Nippon Oil Novartis Novo Group Novo Nordisk (part of Novo Group) Novozymes Old Mutual PotashCorp Premier Oil Rabobank Rio Tinto Royal Philips Electronics RWE SABMiller Sasol Severn Trent Shell Sony Starbucks Statoil Suez Suncor Swiss Re Talisman Tata Group Tata Iron and Steel (TISCO) (part of Tata Group) Telecom Italia Tesco Total Toyota Unilever United Utilities VanCity Veolia Environnement (formerly Vivendi) Vodafone Volkswagen Watercare Services Westpac Weyerhaeuser Xerox
Author: Intl. Business Leaders Forum & World Business Council for Sustainable Development
[refers to AMEC, American Express, BASF, BP, Balfour Beatty, Body Shop, Cargill, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Deutsche Bank, Ericsson, Ernst & Young, Gap, Hewlett-Packard, IKEA, McKinsey, Nike, Procter & Gamble, Rio Tinto, SC Johnson, Shell,...
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- Related companies: AMEC American Express Balfour Beatty BASF Body Shop (part of L'Oréal) BP Cargill Delhaize Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Deutsche Bank Ericsson Ernst & Young Gap HP (Hewlett-Packard) IKEA McKinsey Nike Procter & Gamble Rio Tinto RWE SC Johnson Shell Starbucks Tata Group Thames Water (part of RWE) Timberland
Author: Social Investment Forum News
...an unprecedented coalition of analysts at 17 socially responsible investment firms representing over $147 billion in assets is urging publicly traded companies around the world to meet a higher standard of reporting on corporate governance,...
Is Your Money Where Your Heart Is? - The Truth About SRI [socially responsible investing] Mutual Funds
Author: Paul Hawken, Natural Capital Institute, in Dragonfly Media
...the international SRI (socially responsible investing) mutual fund industry...has no standards, no definitions, and no regulations...Anyone can join; anyone can call his or her fund an SRI fund. The term "socially responsible investing" is so broad...
...United States Agency for International Development (USAID) have joined forces with Conservation International (CI) and Starbucks Coffee Company...[to promote] private sector approaches within the coffee industry that are environmentally sensitive,...
- Related companies: Starbucks
Author: Jessica Guynn, Knight Ridder Newspapers
Slow sales of fair-trade goods in the United States illustrate the difficulty in winning over customers who can buy cheaper goods from manufacturers that use low-wage foreign labor. [refers to Whole Foods Market, Starbucks, Dunkin' Donuts]