Consumer Packaged Goods Companies in Grocery Invited to Join the Organic and Regenerative Transition Community of Pracitce
The Climate Collaborative Launches New Cohort Focused on Organic and Regenerative Supply Chain Transition.
More Than 160 Businesses Call Upon Their Consumers to Take Bold Climate Action
MINNEAPOLIS, MN— September 15, 2021 – The Climate Collaborative today announced that more than 160 businesses from across the U.S. have joined together in the #Call4ClimateNOW campaign, the first of its kind, to rally the American public to urge our nation’s lawmakers to address the climate emergency.
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MINNEAPOLIS, MN— July 20, 2021 - The Climate Collaborative’s Board of Directors announced today that it has selected Courtney Pineau to serve as its new Executive Director. Pineau joins the Climate Collaborative from Green America’s Center for Sustainable Solutions where she led their Climate and Agriculture Networks. She has worked extensively with businesses in the food and agriculture sector and stakeholders throughout the entire supply chain for more than fifteen years.
Businesses Join Urgent Call on Congress to Ensure the Post-COVID Economic Recovery Protects Against the Risk of Future Climate Crises
Climate Collaborative companies joined LEAD on Climate 2020—the largest virtual education and advocacy day on climate action
(Virtual, May 14)—More than 120 natural products companies joined the first major call for a climate-inclusive path forward from COVID-19, including KeHE, Numi Tea, Clif Bar, INFRA, UNFI, Amy’s Kitchen, Gaia Herbs, Grove Collaborative, Ben & Jerry’s, and Dr. Bronner’s, among others.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (March 6, 2019) –The natural products industry has long been home to companies at the forefront of corporate environmentalism. Eight bold companies were honored for their innovative contributions to climate change reduction yesterday during Climate Day at Expo West.
Honest Tea today announced commitments to fighting climate change by reducing the climate impact of packaging and reducing short-lived climate pollutant emissions, surpassing the 1000th commitment to climate action made by companies in the natural products industry since the Climate Collaborative’s launch in 2017.
Corinne Shindelar, CEO of INFRA, and Shauna Sadowski, Head of Sustainability for the Natural & Organic Operating Unit at General Mills, join Climate Collaborative Management Board
The Climate Collaborative is pleased to welcome two new members to its Management Board, Corinne Shindelar, CEO of INFRA, and Shauna Sadowski, Head of Sustainability for the Natural & Organic Operating Unit at General Mills. INFRA and Annie’s (a General Mills Brand) have been involved in the Collaborative since its launch as both committed companies and donors, and Corinne and Shauna formerly served as advisors to the Collaborative.
National Co+op Grocers Climate Collaborative Inaugural Awards Encourage Innovations in Key Areas For Reducing Emissions
ANAHEIM, Calif. (March 8, 2018) – An ever-growing number of natural product companies are taking action against climate change and eight have just been recognized for their leadership and bold initiatives.