Green Companies


Consumers nowadays are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of going green; they look forward to buying green products, they search for the latest in green trends, they consider buying green vehicles, and they want to teach living green tips to their kids.

So, several leading global companies are making constant efforts to fabricate new products that are affordable and eco-friendly. In doing so, they focus on increasing their energy efficiency and reducing the carbon footprint of their enterprise.
Green Companies / The Top 100

Here’s the list of The Uptime Institute’s top 100 Global Green Companies based on significant energy efficiency achievements:

1. Accenture
2. American Express Company
3. Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc
4. AOL LLC
5. Apple Inc.
6. AT&T Inc.
7. Babson Capital
8. Bank of America Corporation
9. Bayer Corporation
10. BMO Financial Group
11. BT Group
12. Capital One Financial Corporation
13. CBS Corporation
14. Chevron Corporation
15. CIGNA Corporation
16. Cisco Systems, Inc.
17. Citigroup, Inc.
18. Computer Sciences Corporation
19. Constellation Energy Group, Inc.
20. Credit Suisse Group
21. Cummins, Inc.
22. Dell Inc.
23. Delta Air Lines, Inc.
24. DTE Energy Company
25. Eastman Chemical Company
26. Eastman Kodak Company
27. Electronic Data Systems Corporation
28. Eli Lilly and Company
29. EMC Corporation
30. Emerson Electric Co.
31. FedEx Corporation
32. General Mills, Inc.
33. GlaxoSmithKline Holdings
34. Goodrich Corporation
35. Google Inc.
36. Halliburton Company
37. Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc.
38. Hitachi Ltd.
39. HSBC Holdings
40. Humana Inc.
41. International Business Machines Corporation
42. ITT Corporation
43. Johnson & Johnson
44. Johnson Controls, Inc.
45. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
46. Kimberly-Clark Corporation
47. Lockheed Martin Corporation
48. Lowe’s Companies, Inc.
49. Marriott International, Inc.
50. MassMutual Life Insurance Company
51. Medtronic, Inc.
52. Merck & Co., Inc.
53. MetLife, Inc.
54. MGM Mirage
55. Microsoft Corporation
56. Mitsubishi Motors

57. Monsanto Company
58. Morgan Stanley
59. Motorola, Inc.
60. NetApp, Inc.
61. Nokia Corporation
62. Norfolk Southern Corporation
63. Northern Trust Corporation
64. Office Depot, Inc.
65. Oracle Corporation
66. Pfizer Inc.
67. PG&E Corporation
68. Prudential Financial, Inc.
69. QUALCOMM Incorporated
70. Qwest Communications International Inc.
71. R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company
72. Raytheon Company
73. Regions Financial Corporation
74. Rockwell Automation, Inc.
75. Schering-Plough Corporation
76. Sony Corporation
77. Southwest Airlines Co
78. State Farm Mutual Auto Ins. Co.
79. State Street Corporation
80. Sun Microsystems, Inc.
81. SunGard Data Systems Inc.
82. TD Bank Financial Group
83. The Allstate Corporation
84. The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation
85. The Black & Decker Corporation
86. The Boeing Company
87. The Chubb Corporation
88. The Dow Chemical Company
89. The Gap Inc.
90. The Hershey Company
91. The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
92. The Progressive Corporation
93. The Travelers Companies, Inc.
94. The Walt Disney Company
95. Time Warner Inc.
96. United Parcel Service, Inc.
97. Verizon Communications Inc.
98. Waste Management, Inc.
99. Xerox Corporation
100. YRC Worldwide Inc.

This collection of leading corporations’ shows that they have understood their responsibility towards environment and their actions are being driven as much by markets as morality. If the companies and consumers continue to embrace the concept of green business then it will lead to safer and better lives.

Green Companies / Sources

http://www.environmentalleader.com
http://www.indianomics.com

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Green Living Recycling

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Living Green For Kids

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