April 20, 2011
Innovating Sustainability 2011 Report
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Each and every day, Business Roundtable member companies are challenging themselves to do things better, smarter and with results that improve the life we live. In Business Roundtable's 2011 Sustainability Report - Innovating Sustainability - you will learn how 115 chief executive officers are addressing sustainability using innovative approaches that are smart business choices and raise the quality of life on our planet. Sustainable business strategies are no longer an option; they are now rooted in a corporation's core business plan.
Hear what some of our members have to say about sustainability:
You can click on the image below to view the 2011 report PDF, or the links to previous years' reports, to see how our member companies are continuing to commit their resources to building a sustainable future.
- Enhancing Our Commitment to a Sustainable Future 2010
- Enhancing Our Commitment to a Sustainable Future 2009
For more insights on how Business Roundtable members are succeeding in their sustainability efforts, you can download our "Sustainability by the Numbers" document, as well as view CEO testimonials below.
We empower our employees to seek innovative solutions that create value to our operations while also incorporating sustainability initiatives, including reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, protecting biodiversity in environmentally sensitive areas, providing a safe operating environment and giving back to the communities in which we operate.G. Steven Farris,
Chairman & CEO , Apache Corporation
Our success will depend on our ability to bring solutions to market that help “green” customers’ brands and their supply chains.Dean A. Scarborough,
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer , Avery Dennison Corporation
Our search for innovative and sustainable solutions extends well beyond our own team. This year, for example, we’re opening three new innovation centers that will strengthen our ties with the developer community. These centers, which we call AT&T Foundries, will take developers’ visions and put them on the fast track to reality. Many of their innovations will undoubtedly lead to more sustainable solutions for our customers.Randall L. Stephenson,
Chairman & CEO, AT&T Inc.
Sustainability has truly evolved from a social expectation to an economic imperative.Keith D. Nosbusch,
Chairman & CEO, Rockwell Automation, Inc.
Through innovative thinking and a determination to make a difference, Qualcomm is creating a more sustainable future, as well as helping to grow our industry and enrich the communities we serve.Paul E. Jacobs,
Chairman & CEO, QUALCOMM Inc.
By fine-tuning our analytics, we believe we can identify sustainability initiatives that take us well into the next decade and give us confidence that we are living up to our overall commitment to do what is right for our clients, our people, our communities and our environment.Dennis M. Nally,
Chairman , PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
It may seem strange that a company known for cutting-edge printing technologies is helping customers do more by printing less, but that’s the kind of innovative thinking that shapes Xerox’s approach to sustainability.Ursula M. Burns,
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Xerox Corporation
Committing ourselves to a demanding vision and holding ourselves accountable with clear, stretching and measurable goals are important ways we will fulfill P&G’s purpose. It captures our imagination and passion. It focuses us on the people we serve — today and in the future. And it motivates us to leverage strengths that set us apart — innovation, consumer understanding and scale — to make a meaningful difference.Robert A. McDonald,
Chairman, President and CEO, Procter & Gamble Company, The