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  • Toyota 2012 North American Environmental Report

    SOURCE: Toyota DESCRIPTION:Welcome to Toyota's 2012 North American Environmental Report. Here you will find information about our environmental activities in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Information, data and stories cover all aspects of the vehicle life cycle—research and development, manufacturing, logistics ...


    By 3BL Media

  • Big business set for environmental reporting

    A survey that ranks the environmental performance of some of the world's largest companies will be dropping on corporate doormats all over the globe this week. The lengthy process of compiling and analysing Business in the Community's annual Environment Index has now started and the trade organisation is expected to publish a summary and rankings next May. The full report and detailed ...

  • Statement on passing of peter lord, environmental reporter for providence journal

    Many of us at EPA New England are saddened at the loss of long-time Providence Journal environmental reporter, Peter Lord. His decades of reporting on environmental issues in Rhode Island and New England illuminated not only local concerns, but also gave context to national and international environmental topics that affect our lives. Its not an overstatement to say Peter helped teach generations ...

  • Sustainability Report 2018 Kurita Group

    The Kurita Group has expanded its business and grown as a company by providing customers with value in the form of solutions related to water and the environment. Going forward, we will continue to emphasise the customer’s perspective in delivering value. Read our Sustainability report to learn more about how the Kurita Group solves issues related to water resources, realises sustainable ...


    By Kurita

  • Metcalf institute announces 2012 entry deadlines for $75,000 grantham prize

    The Metcalf Institute for Marine & Environmental Reporting has announced the 2012 Grantham Prize for Excellence in Reporting on the Environment. In its seventh consecutive year, the $75,000 Grantham Prize, the largest cash award for journalism, will reward the very best environmental writing of 2011. “The Grantham Prize is making a difference in newsrooms,” said Metcalf Institute ...

  • Environmental Report of Diehl Metal Applications for 2016

    With the current environmental report – validated and audited by an independent environmental consultant – we want to give an overview of the environmental protection activities at Diehl Metal Applications GmbH. Diehl Metal Applications (DMA) produces products at the locations in Berlin (plating technology) and Teltow (stamping and plastics technology), which are mainly ...


    By Diehl Stiftung & Co. KG

  • Canada Alleged to Be Hiding Adverse Environmental Reports

    TORONTO, Ontario, Canada - The findings of two international investigations into Canada's enforcement of its own environmental laws have not been made public because they would be embarassing for the Canadian government, according to Sierra Legal, an environmental law firm based in Toronto. The firm represents environmental groups that submitted complaints triggering the investigations. The ...

  • Kemira's Environmental Report 2010 published

    Kemira OyjPress ReleaseApril 8, 2011 at 11.00 am ...


    By Thomson Reuters

  • World bank’s environmental report card

    The world’s most important financial institution, the World Bank, has released an independent report card on its own performance in supporting environmental sustainability in its operations and lending programs. The surprisingly candid report makes no bones about the fact the World Bank Group (WBG), along with the International Financial Corporation (IFC) and the Multilateral Investment ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Stratham N.H. facility to pay fine for environmental reporting violations

    Lindt & Sprungli, which has a production and warehouse facility in Statham, N.H., will pay a penalty of $19,300 to settle EPA claims that it failed to submit important reports regarding hazardous materials at the facility. It is important for first responders to have access to this information in the event of an emergency. The action is contained in an administrative Consent Agreement filed ...

  • San Francisco chronicle environmental reporter Kelly Zito appointed to lead EPA’s office of public affairs

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Jared Blumenfeld today announced Kelly Zito as the agency’s new Director of the Office of Public Affairs in the Pacific Southwest. EPA’s Pacific Southwest office serves Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, the Pacific Islands, and 147 Tribes. Zito will oversee the management of the U.S. EPA’s Pacific Southwest internal and ...

  • Mitsubishi Electric Issues Environmental Report 2012

    Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO:6503) announced today the immediate issuance of the Mitsubishi Electric Group's environmental report for fiscal 2012 ...

  • GRI releases updated sustainability reporting guidelines

    The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) released its newest, most comprehensive set of sustainability reporting guidelines yesterday, giving organizations around the world better direction towards sharing their sustainability accomplishments. The G3.1 guidelines are considered both an update and completion of the third generation of GRI’s guidelines. The scope of G3.1 has been expanded to ...


    By Intelex Technologies Inc.

  • Sunoco pays $81,000 penalty for environmental reporting violation (PA)

    Sunoco, Inc. will pay $81,000 in penalties for failing to notify federal and state environmental agencies immediately about an accidental release of benzene into the air in January 2007 from its oil refinery facility in Philadelphia, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today. According to EPA, on Jan. 28, 2007 Sunoco experienced a non-permitted release of 1,608 pounds of benzene ...

  • Canadian author wins 2010 Grantham Prize for excellence in environmental journalism

    Metcalf Institute for Marine & Environmental Reporting has announced that Canadian author Alanna Mitchell is the winner of the 2010 Grantham Prize for Excellence in Reporting on the Environment. Mitchell, author of the extraordinary book "Sea Sick: The Global Ocean in Crisis" published in Canada by McClelland & Stewart and by The University of Chicago Press in the U.S., is the first book ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Project Develops Student-Stakeholders

    High school students are learning valuable skills while helping EM provide important information to the public about the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant. Portsmouth Site Lead Joel Bradburne delivered that message to ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • Connecticut company to pay $78,000 for environmental reporting violations

    A company that manufactures paperboard in Sprague, Conn., has agreed to pay a penalty of $78,000 and to spend $40,000 to improve local emergency capabilities in order to resolve EPA claims that it violated federal community right-to-know laws. According to the agreement signed April 14, EPA’s New England office alleged that Cascades Boxboard Group failed to file a chemical inventory form, ...

  • Honda Issues 2011 North American Environmental Report

    Honda today released its seventh annual report on the environmental impact of the company’s operations in the North American region, including the United States, Canada and Mexico. The 2011 North American ...


    By Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

  • Bristol-Myers Squibb and Abbott Laboratories Best in Pharmaceutical Sector Sustainability Reporting

    These American mid-sized firms followed by similarly-sized AstraZeneca (Britain) with two American firms twice the size, Johnson and Johnson and Pfizer, rounding out the A list. Claremont, CA (19 May 2006)- Of the 30 companies in the pharmaceuticals sector whose environmental and sustainability reporting was analyzed by the Roberts Environmental Center in 2005, the midsized American firms ...

  • Troubling trends for environmental journalism

    There’s a popular saying in the news that two events are a coincidence, but three make a trend. Over the past few days, there have been two major developments in the national media that will likely have a big impact on coverage of environmental issues. It’s clear that a troubling trend is already underway. First, the New York Times ...

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