Procter & Gamble (P&G)

At P&G, sustainability means making every day better for people and the planet through how we innovate and how we act. It is about delighting consumers with innovative products and services that are better for the environment. It’s about operating responsibly in our supply chain and treating our employees fairly. It’s about providing health and hygiene education to children around the world and responding to natural disasters. As the world’s largest consumer products company, we have both a responsibility and an opportunity to do the right thing and create change.

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As Featured by Sustainable Brands:

News & Views
Feb 2017

Environmental and corporate social responsibility non-profit As You Sow has called upon four major US companies — Amazon, McDonald’s, Target...

News & Views
Jan 2017

Today, Procter & Gamble announced that it has teamed up with us at TerraCycle and ...

News & Views
Jan 2017

Today, at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, The Procter & Gamble Company announced that Head & Shoulders...

News & Views
Jan 2017

Procter & Gamble announced today additional investments in recycling and beneficial reuse that will eliminate all manufacturing waste from its global network of more than 100 production sites by 2020.

Since P&G began qualifying sites as...

Press Piece
Dec 2016

The Procter...

News & Views
Dec 2016

Members of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) announced today that they have sent letters to over 100 publicly held companies – including Adobe, Boeing,...

News & Views
Dec 2016

If ever there was a time for the world’s leading brands to show leadership in sustainability, that time is now.

Globally, the political resolve to combat climate change is being challenged by the arrival of a new US...

Library
Dec 2016

In this session, Radley Yeldar and Business in the Community present insights and recommendations based on comprehensive research of existing purpose-driven brand communications. The panelists explore what’s working and what isn’t among thousands of brands’ efforts to communicate sustainability- and purpose-inspired messages across a wide range...

Library
Dec 2016

The textiles and clothing industry is known to have a substantial impact on the environment throughout its value chain. Some consumers understand this. Many don’t. There is a real opportunity for brands to engage with the growing consumer demand for more sustainable products as well as tapping in to the potential demand for them. This fast...

News & Views
Nov 2016

Closed Loop Fund (CLF), a private sector investment fund that finances recycling infrastructure and sustainable manufacturing technologies to advance the circular economy,...

Press Piece
Oct 2016

New campaign promotes FSC as one simple action with a profound impact.

For the first time, six publicly traded companies – some of which are competitors – have come together to promote the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) directly to consumers. The companies are HP Inc., International Paper, Kimberly-Clark, McDonald's, ...

News & Views
Oct 2016

Steve Jennings, the Founding Partner, Chief Innovation Officer and Futurist at Better Ventures opened up Wednesday afternoon's panel discussion entitled Understanding and Developing the Capacity for Transformative Relationships by asking the panellists to share what transformative partnerships mean to...

News & Views
Jul 2016

With over 20 years working in various roles at Procter & Gamble, Virginie Helias is a brand and innovation veteran. A member of the Sustainable Brands advisory board, she was recently promoted from P&G's global director of sustainability to replace...

News & Views
Jun 2016

As a creative guy sitting between the manager of recycling for a major retailer and a supply chain expert for a large clothing brand, I certainly feel like I am bringing the knife to the metrics gunfight in this session.

But the sheer corporate heft The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) carries...

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