The Greening of the Corporation
Some of the world's biggest consumer and tech companies, ranging from Intel (INTC) to Nike (NKE), are making strides to reduce their businesses' impact on global warming. But plenty of others, including Apple (AAPL), Estée Lauder (EL), and even Whole Foods (WFMI), still have a long way to go. Ceres, an alliance of investors and environmentalists, outlines those findings in a new report that examines the climate-change policies of 63 of the world's largest consumer and IT businesses.
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