Sustainability Communication

1912 Pike tells Starbuck's farm to cup stories

1912 Pike was the address of the first Starbucks coffee shop in Seattle, and now it’s the name the company uses for the title of its magazine site, majoring on human, community stories.

Aetna's focuses on mindfulness

Health care provider Aetna understandably has an interest in mental as well as physical wellbeing. Its 30-day mindfulness challenge (#Mindful30) in January 2016 enlisted the help of bloggers to share tips and help add mindfulness to daily routines.

Aetna's iTriage App puts healthcare advice in your hand

You’re on a well-earned vacation in an unfamiliar city, when your young son becomes ill - complaining of earache. What do you do? Ignore it and go to the beach or spend the day seeking out the best medical center and waiting for an appointment?

AkzoNobel makes paint cool (and sustainable)

In hot climates, a lot of energy is used to keep buildings cool, because they heat so rapidly in the baking sun. So AkzoNobel developed a paint that reflects heat - keeping the interior cooler, and minimizing the need for air con or other cooling devices.

AkzoNobel's video explainers of key sustainability issues

As part of its 2013 integrated annual report, global paint and chemical manufacturer AkzoNobel created a series of video case studies to highlight its environmental performance.

Allianz brings microinsurance customer stories to life

Allianz has some 35 million microinsurance customers around the globe. Imagine the stories behind all those customers - their struggles, successes and failures.

Alstom highlights its foundation with Tumblr

The Alstom Foundation was established in 2007 to support and fund projects proposed by Alstom’s 93,000 employees across 100 countries.

Amex keeps it simple with CSR Now! blog

As organizations find new ways to present content and develop dialog around sustainability it’s easy to overlook the simple, old-fashioned blog.

Anglo American commits to being FutureSmart

The traditional public perception of mining probably sees it as one of the least green industries imaginable. It rips limited resources from the earth, and uses large amounts of energy to process the material and transport it.

Arup stakes its smart city claim clearly and concisely

It is estimated that by 2050, cities will be home to 70% of the world’s population. WIth growing populations, diminishing resources and the impact of climate change, city governments are having to do things differently and more smartly.