The traditional linear take-make-dispose economy—where resources are extracted from the ground, made into products, and thrown away—helped us as a society make great strides in the 20th century.
When it comes to the social sector, philanthropy, giving back, helping others, improving our communities and our planet—however it’s defined—we are seeing clear and positive trends.
The largest U.S.-based food services provider, Aramark, has teamed up with the nation’s largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke, American Heart Association, to develop the “Healthy for Life 20 by
Hiring Our Heroes' military spouse events focus on the career needs of military spouses and provide them with the opportunity to connect with ready-to-hire, military-friendly employers.
At MGM Resorts International, we believe water is the planet’s most valuable natural resource. This belief informs our attitude and approach to water management across our company, but especially in our hometown, the desert city of Las Vegas.
Chevron’s San Ardo oil field in Southern California recovers more than 10,000 barrels of heavy oil each day.