Who won? Celebrating the winners of the inaugural National Co+op Grocers Climate Collaborative Awards
We are thrilled to announce the winners of the inaugural National Co+op Grocers Climate Collaborative Awards as part of Climate Day today at Expo West. Scroll down to find out who won--and why!
We are very excited to see the Climate Collaborative community growing today with General Mills and its nine Natural and Organic (N&O) brands making new climate commitments. With these new commitments, the entire General Mills N&O product line is now represented in the Collaborative.
Stonyfield’s approach to climate change starts with their mission to create a healthier planet and extends back to its founding.
Today, prioritizing climate change management filters into nearly every corner of the business. Through the Climate Collaborative, Stonyfield has made commitments to agriculture, packaging, and policy. Here is some of what they are doing in those areas:
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As we approach the finish line of our first year, we’re feeling truly hopeful and excited about all we can accomplish together in 2018. We’re thrilled to share that we welcomed our 150th company to the Climate Collaborative this week! No Evil Foods, based in Asheville, North Carolina, joined us with climate action commitments in agriculture, deforestation, packaging, and transportation.
This fall, we asked you to help shape the Climate Collaborative’s programming priorities and were blown away by the response to our brief survey! 200 respondents—109 of whom came from our committed company base—provided invaluable feedback on how we can improve and grow our programs as we enter our second year.