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The GreenTie Blog

Perspectives from EHS&S managers and thought leaders to help you make an impact
  • Turning Environmental Metrics Inside Out

    By: Howard Brown
    June 13, 2011
    I’ve been thinking about the enormous quantity of data that environmental, health and safety (EHS) managers have to collect in order to respond to environmental, social and governance (ESG) research surveys. I am convinced we are measuring the wrong things.
  • Cultivating a Culture of Green: An Interview with Andrew Winston

    By: NAEM Staff
    June 8, 2011
    Consumers have continued to evolve and grow more ‘conflicted’ about purchases. Weather/climate-related events have exacerbated an already short supply of almost all basic commodities. The cost of doing business is rising. In short, this is an amazing opportunity to go green now.
  • When it Comes to ESG Metrics, Materiality Matters

    By: NAEM Staff
    April 27, 2011
    Right now, there’s a feeling that much of disclosure goes into a black hole. And there’s little transparency, rigor or consistently in how sustainability performance is measured.
  • Throwing Away the Dumpster: How Burt's Bees Achieved Zero Waste to Landfill

    By: NAEM Staff
    November 22, 2010
    When we say zero waste, it’s 100 percent efficient in the processes. Our true aim, however, is not only to get to zero, but to have a net-positive impact on the environment and on society.
  • Stakeholder Engagement – No Longer an Option

    By: Sandy Nessing
    July 29, 2010
    Stakeholder engagement has transformed one-way communication into two-way communication, dialogue into working relationships and working relationships into partnerships. It is part of how we conduct our business today.
  • Why AEP Integrated its CSR and Annual Report

    By: Sandy Nessing
    May 17, 2010
    Investors, customers and other stakeholders have been increasingly asking us for more information on a broader range of issues. What we weren’t doing well enough was framing the whole picture by tying the financial aspects of our performance together with our policy positions, environmental compliance, safety performance, workforce development and technology investments.

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