Businesses know that taking action on climate change is not only good for the environment and for their local communities, it is also good for business.
They are accelerating the transition to a low carbon economy, and they play a critical role in driving greater demand for renewable energy sources. By acting today, these companies recognize that — when it comes to the worst effects of climate change — an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
Walmart Makes Bold Climate Commitments — and Delivers
Over 90 percent of Walmart’s carbon emissions footprint comes from primary production across their global supply chain. Walmart has seized this opportunity to lead on climate change with the launch of Project Gigaton.Learn More
Mars Knows Climate Action is Good for the Company and for the Planet
Climate change is putting Mars's business at risk. Key regions were getting hotter and drier, and conditions were only getting worse. So Mars decided to act, embarking on an effort to power their operations with 100 percent renewable energy, and joined a growing network of businesses that advocate for stronger climate and energy policies.Learn More
L’Oréal — A Leader in Corporate Social Responsibility for Decades
The world’s largest and most lucrative beauty company — with a market cap valued at $99 billion — has set ambitious goals for 2020: to reduce its environmental footprint by 60 percent, including sourcing 100 percent of its raw materials from renewable sources.Learn More
“Mars stands by the Paris Climate Agreement. We remain committed to work with all governments and our supply chain partners around the world to achieve the carbon reduction targets the planet needs.”