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Tag: Meet The Change Makers

This holiday season a half billion UPS packages are zooming around the world -- as efficiently as the company can make possible.
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Greening its operations has been a slam dunk for the L.A.-based sports and entertainment giant.
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The Seattle brewer got America hooked on Venti lattes. The problem: we’re also hooked on the paper cups they come in. Can Starbucks help its customers break the cup habit -- without losing them?
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Advocating for sustainable paper and palm oil -- a key ingredient in beauty products -- is a top priority for the cosmetics giant.
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The company’s opposition to a proposed mega-mine development in Alaska is the polish on a deeper strategy to reduce the human and environmental costs of the jewelry business.
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A top exec at the sportswear giant explains how detailing his company’s environmental strengths and weaknesses will help it outrace the competition.
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Guided by its first chief sustainability officer, Verizon is cutting energy costs to gain a competitive edge and open new markets.
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They use some of the dirtiest fuel on the planet, meaning one giant container ship can produce as much pollution annually as 50 million cars. But at Maersk Line, a new class of more energy-efficIent vessels is helping transform the industry.
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Instead of focusing on flashy electric vehicles (although it has some of those, too), the only Detroit automaker that didn’t need a bailout is working to carve out mileage gains in every one of its offerings.
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The snack food giant wants to prove that it can make its products healthier for people and the planet -- and it all starts with water. The first in a series of Q&As with business leaders who are transforming their industries.