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Re: [GreenYes] Corporate responsibility
Another source of company information would be the Coalition of Environmentally Responsible Economies (CERES)
 
The CERES principles (http://www.ceres.org/our_work/principles.htm ) outline specific guidelines to be followed for environmental practice and accountability.  According to CERES, 70 companies have endorsed their principles (http://www.ceres.org/about/endorsing_companies.htm).
 
Companies which have submitted performance reports to CERES as well as CERES performance reviews may be found in the Reports section of their website (http://www.ceres.org/reports/main.htm).
 
Roger M. Guttentag
610-584-8836
----- Original Message -----
From: Amy Bauman
Sent: Tuesday, May 14, 2002 12:57 AM
Subject: RE: [GreenYes] Corporate responsibility

A good place to start is the client list of The Natural Step, a non-profit dedicated to helping companies move toward sustainability.
 
The ones I know about are: Patagonia (very inspiring), Nike (worked with Patagonia to get organic cotton markets really rolling), Ford, Home Depot, Hewlett Packard (although I heard their VP speak, and I personally think they're not sincere ... that's me), City of Seattle, Norm Thompson Outfitters, Matsushita Electric Group (aka Panasonic), Starbucks, CH2M Hill, Whistler Mountain
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From: owner-greenyes@grrn.org [mailto:owner-greenyes@grrn.org]On Behalf Of Fran McPoland
Sent: Monday, May 13, 2002 9:49 PM
To: greenyes@grrn.org
Subject: [GreenYes] Corporate responsibility

Can anyone send me the names of any Corporations/organizations that have adopted responsible consumption/sustainable procurement guidelines?
Thanks
FranMcP
 
 
Fran McPoland
Sr. VP & Chief Environmental Strategist
GreenOrder
(703) 765-2723
(202) 505-2674 mobile
Fran@GreenOrder.com

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