PRESS RELEASE - BASF and FDK Corporation to collaborate on joint battery materials development program
PRESS RELEASE - Seeking New Companies to Showcase their Revolutionary Innovation at Sustainable Brands ’12 Conference in San Diego CA, June 4-7, 2012
PRESS RELEASE - BASF acquires extrusion technology from B.C. Foam: PET foams for the wind energy sector BASF expands portfolio for wind power Strengthened competence for automotive, aeronautics and shipbuilding industries BASF has purchased the PET foam business of the Italian company B.C. Foam S.p.A., headquartered in Volpiano. The companies have
PRESS RELEASE - Award for integrated reporting Excellent placing in sustainability reporting ranking of Germany’s 150 biggest industrial and service companies Rankings for greater comparability of sustainability reporting Berlin, Germany – February 28, 2012 – BASF was honored yesterday for its Report 2010, which documents the company’s economic,
PRESS RELEASE - BASF has established new ambitious environmental, health and safety goals. The company wants to increase its energy efficiency – defined as the amount of sales products in relation to the primary energy demand – worldwide by 35 percent by 2020, compared to the previous goal of 25 percent.
PRESS RELEASE - Biodegradable plastic passes the test under real-world conditions
PRESS RELEASE - By David Stevenson Mon Feb 6 2012, 16:46 PM Novozymes has entered into a joint project with the Danish Fashion Institute in a bid to make the textile and fashion industry more sustainable. According to the biotech company, the textile industry is one of the largest polluting industries in the world, which requires huge amounts of energy, water and the use of toxic chemicals.
PRESS RELEASE - SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., January 31, 2012 – Sustainable Brands today revealed the theme and program focus for SB’12, the sixth annual gathering of 1000 brand leaders and sustainability executives. “The Revolution Will Be Branded” is set to explore the business trans
PRESS RELEASE - A triple bottom line business philosophy, a massive push to slash its carbon footprint and selling basic medicines at a discount to poor countries carried Novo Nordisk to the top of the list of the world's 100 most sustainable companies. The Danish pharmaceutical firm was ranked No. 1 on the 2012 Corporate Knights Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World list. Natura Cosmeticos S.A., Statoil ASA, Novozymes A/S and ASML Holding NV rounded out the top five (see the Top 20 below). By country, the U.K. snagged the most nods with 16 companies on the Global 100, followed by 11 Japanese firms, eight French and U.S. firms each, and seven Australian corporations.
PRESS RELEASE - SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., January 19, 2012 – Sustainable Brands has released its full calendar of topics for the successful Issues in Focus series, continuing to explore a wide spectrum of issues including impending global regulatory changes, economic pressures, and changing customer demands.
PRESS RELEASE - The two companies announced the new initiative today\.