- In 2009, Cascades’ Norampac division launched the “no-wax” box as an alternative to traditional waxed food packaging. The box is 100 per cent recyclable.
- To enhance transparency and sustainability, the company launched an online public survey and direct consultations with employees, managers, communities, investors, suppliers and NGOs on issues such as responsible procurement, governance and impact on communities and the environment.
Top 50 Socially Responsible Corporations
These companies have made doing good a big part of their business
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Week in pictures
Tweeting with the enemy? US diplomat uses social media to engage Cuban critics of Washington
Search continues for dead after tornado rips through Moore, Oklahoma
Two schools and a hospital destroyed in the huge twister
Nigel Wright resigns. Now what?
John Geddes notes a new test of Harper’s tactical acumen
Christy Clark on motherhood, optimism and the plan for the next four years
The B.C. Premier in conversation with Nancy Macdonald
The Cannes comeback kid: Michael Douglas as Liberace
“In terms of being in bed with Michael Douglas,” says Matt Damon, “I now have things in common with Sharon Stone and Glenn Close.”
Photo highlights, so far, from Cannes 2013
27 frames from the most famous red carpet in the French Riviera
Wright resigns. Stephen Harper, and questions, remain
Paul Wells on the PM and his stewardship of your tax dollar