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These are the top 14 US companies giving new parents at least 4 months of paid time off


Top fashion labels like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Ralph Lauren have all set ambitious sustainability goals, and the president of France is involved


Microsoft has been rated the most environmentally friendly company. Here's what it's doing right.



15 large American companies that have the best environmental policies


The clearest sign of a company's corporate conscience is what it lobbies for


Wells Fargo donating $1 billion to affordable housing as part of a larger philanthropic shakeup



How Everlane uses sustainable practices to make clothing that young people are obsessed with


Why the CEOs of Shell, BP, and 11 other major corporations have decided to lobby DC for climate change legislation


The heads of the world's largest fossil-fuel companies are finally taking lower carbon emissions seriously — thanks to pushy investors


"We know enough now to make the gamut of meat flavours": Impossible Foods CEO on synthetic steaks and a future beyond burgers


BP's chairman says 'the world can't continue along its current path' and that the energy giant will become more transparent in response to investor demands


The US head of the world's largest diamond miner says its sustainability plan isn't just good for the planet, it's the future of its business



How fear of 'the biggest environmental catastrophe that our planet has ever faced' drove the founder of $2 billion Impossible Foods to go global


Patagonia is going all in on a little-known farming technique its founder calls 'the number one thing humans can do to combat global warming.' Here's how it works.


Levi's found a way to make hemp feel like cotton, and it could have big implications for your wardrobe


Top companies say they're working to help the environment. Now the CEO of food giant Danone is funding a UN-backed tool that will keep them accountable.



Here's why Home Depot's billionaire co-founder is helping pay tuition for every NYU med school student


Meet the investor who calls herself a 'human social network' and manages a $150 million fund building startup hubs outside of Silicon Valley


Walmart and Patagonia were once the 'odd couple' of sustainability. Now, the world's biggest apparel brands are lining up to follow their example.


The head of JPMorgan's $350 million philanthropic arm explains the challenges of investing in cities when Americans are increasingly wary of corporate influence