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Executive Brief - Dec. 18, 2014 - P&G Beats Waste Goal Six Years Early
NAEM Executive Brief Dec. 18, 2014

"When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world." - John Muir, (1450-1506), (1838 - 1914), Scottish-American naturalist and author

P&G Beats Waste Goal Six Years Early
Procter & Gamble has achieved its waste reduction goal six years early and its pulp certification goal a year early. It has 70 global facilities delivering zero manufacturing waste to landfill, according to its latest sustainability report. Read more...

Greenhouse Gas Protocol Releases Free Scope 3 Evaluator
The GHG Protocol has released the Scope 3 Evaluator, a free, web-based tool that will make it easier for companies to measure, report, and reduce emissions throughout their value chain. Read more...

The Rise of Corporate Water Disclosure
As the year draws to a close, we reflect on our support of companies' corporate disclosure and reporting initiatives. In 2014, water issues were top of mind, with a noticeable increase in water-related disclosures and stakeholder expectations. So we asked - what is occurring within the water space that has been a "game changer" over the past year or so? Read more...
This article is a benefit of Antea Group's sponsorship of the 2014 EHS Management Forum.

Half Of Republicans Back Limits On Carbon, Poll Shows
Nearly half of Republicans said the U.S. should lead the global fight to curb climate change, even if it means taking action when other countries do not. And majorities across party lines said environmental protections "improve economic growth and provide new jobs" in the long run, a popular Obama administration talking point. Read more...

Metro-North Gets Record Fine In Retaliation Case
The U.S. Labor Department has ordered the Metro-North Railroad to pay a fine of more than $250,000 for taking disciplinary action against an employee who reported getting injured on the job. It is the largest amount of punitive damages ever in a retaliation case under the Federal Railroad Safety Act. Read more...

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