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AT&T: CSR & Sustainability News

AT&T Inc. is an American multinational telecommunications corporation headquartered in Whitacre Tower, downtown Dallas, Texas. AT&T is the largest provider both of mobile telephony and of fixed telephony[5] in the United States, and also provides broadband subscription television services.

AT&T Solar Phone Charging Stations Keep New Yorkers Connected

New York City, residents will be able to stay a tad more connected thanks to the roll out of free solar powered mobile…

Why AT&T and Environmental Defense Fund Are Working To Reduce Water Use

AT&T's Director of Sustainability Operations talks about why he's watching his water footprint.

Five Ways AT&T Engages Employees to Do One Thing

AT&T's program, Do One Thing, engages employees to make small changes that add up to a large collective impact. Here are five effective…

How U.S. Telecom Giants Are Becoming More Sustainable

Sprint Nextel is the top wireless provider for sustainability, according to a new study by Verdantix.

AT&T’s Use of Interactivity is Promising But Not Flawless

Some companies are focused on integrated reporting, while others look for ways to make the report more user-friendly and interactive. The latest example…

7 More Companies Reject SFI

7 companies, including Pitney Bowes, Ruby Tuesday, Phillips Van Heusen, and US Airways are taking action to avoid the use of the SFI…

Bloom Energy to Double Manufacturing Capacity for Fuel Cells

After quadrupling the size of its Sunnyvale plant last year, Bloom Energy has now broken ground on a 210,000 sq ft. facility in…

The Five Hats Worn by Every Successful Chief Sustainability Officer

Companies are increasingly reporting bottom line benefits they’ve achieved by integrating social and environmental issues into the DNA of their business operations, and…

Beyond Lighting Retrofits: Grainger Helps Companies and Institutions Embrace Sustainability

Grainger has actively worked to increase the efficiency and sustainability of its own operations by investing in LEED certified facilities, building out sustainable…

AT&T To Launch Eco-Rating System For Mobile Devices

AT&T announced last week that it will launch a new eco-rating system later this year.

Electric Delivery Trucks Save Big Bucks

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has come out with a new study that shows the payback period for a new delivery-type electric truck…

Greenpeace Ranks Best Companies in ICT

Following on the heels of the Green Electronics Ranking, today Greenpeace released the fifth version of its Cool IT Leaderboard. This ranks and evaluates…

Verizon Exceeds AT&T’s Energy Efficiency Performance

Like AT&T, Verizon also recently released their 2010 Corporate Social Responsibility Report entitled, “Tackling the World’s To-Do List.” It sounds a bit ambitious…

43 “Green” Companies Called out for Anti-Environmental Stance

A GreenBiz article asks, “Can a company take on sustainability initiatives — and promote their green credentials — while also lobbying behind the…

Feds Help Large Fleets Clean Up Their Act. What About the Little Fleets?

A new federal initiative called the National Clean Fleets Partnership has set an ambitious goal to slice 2.5 billion gallons of petroleum usage…