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BP is Europe's second largest company.

BP’s chairman says ‘the world can’t continue along its current path’ and that the energy giant will become more transparent in...

BP chairman Helge Lund said his company will reveal how its strategy is in accord with the Paris Agreement, but did not set specific targets.
Alrosa North America president Rebecca Foerster.

The US head of the world’s largest diamond miner says its sustainability plan isn’t just good for the planet, it’s the future of its...

Alrosa is a leader in diamond sustainability practices and transparency, and is using that in an attempt to break through in the US market.
Impossible Foods founder and CEO Pat Brown.

How fear of ‘the biggest environmental catastrophe that our planet has ever faced’ drove the founder of $2 billion Impossible Foods to go ...

Impossible Foods founder and CEO said that the most crucial move we can make for the planet's health is eliminating meat from our diets.
Patagonia CEO Rose Marcario.

Patagonia is going all in on a little-known farming technique its founder calls ‘the number one thing humans can do to combat global warming....

Patagonia CEO Rose Marcario is pushing for more companies to adopt regenerative organic agriculture.
Hemp fibers are naturally stiff and ropy, but Levi's has discovered a way to make it feel like cotton.

Levi’s found a way to make hemp feel like cotton, and it could have big implications for your wardrobe

Levi's debuted a soft cotton-hemp blend, and its head of innovation expects to have 100% cottonized-hemp garments in five years.
Danone CEO Emmanuel Faber.

Top companies say they’re working to help the environment. Now the CEO of food giant Danone is funding a UN-backed tool that will keep them acco...

The team behind the B Corp certification has partnered with the United Nations to create an ambitious sustainability tool set to launch next year.
Kenneth Langone, co-founder of Home Depot Inc, speaks at a panel discussion at the SALT conference in Las Vegas May 14, 2014.

Here’s why Home Depot’s billionaire co-founder is helping pay tuition for every NYU med school student

Ken Langone, who made his wealth through Home Depot, recently helped pay tuition for NYU med school students. Here's why he did it.

Walmart and Patagonia were once the ‘odd couple’ of sustainability. Now, the world’s biggest apparel brands are lining up to follow ...

The Sustainable Apparel Coalition includes 250 members like Nike and Levi's; its tools are used by more than 10,000 manufacturers.
Peter Scher is JPMorgan Chase's head of corporate responsibility and chairman of the mid-Atlantic region.

The head of JPMorgan’s $350 million philanthropic arm explains the challenges of investing in cities when Americans are increasingly wary of cor...

JPMorgan Chase's head of corporate responsibility, Peter Scher, explained how the bank has been experimenting with a unique approach to philanthropy.