Digital Guide to Company Green Programs

BUSINESS WIRE, Inc. has released the company’s first digital-only book, the Vault Guide to Green Programs. The guide, which details how many prominent North American companies are incorporating environmental concerns into their business practices, is Vault’s first-ever guide to only be released online and not printed in book form.

Along with the companies profiled in the guide, Vault is committed to going green. More Vault guides will be digital-only in the future, and the company has it’s own "green team" whose mission is to ensure that Vault’s products and offices are more environmentally-friendly.

"As a growing number of Vault’s elite career-oriented audience embraces environmental responsibility as a determining issue in choosing among employer options, we want to walk the talk," said Erik Sorenson, Vault CEO. "In addition to providing valuable information about target employers, we want to publish in a similarly responsible fashion. And we’ll work to do more of that in the future."

For the Vault Guide to Green Programs, representatives from human resources, corporate communications and corporate responsibility teams were asked about environmental initiatives at their companies. They provided detailed answers to questions about the types of green programs that have been implemented, who is accountable for the company meeting its environmental goals and how their business model promotes a green lifestyle.

Companies profiled in the guide include: Accenture, Apple, Boeing, Burt’s Bees, Citi, DuPont, Gap Inc., GE, Morrison & Foerster LLP, Northwest Airlines, Random House, Seventh Generation, Sony BMG, Starbucks, Whole Foods and many more.

Check out company green profiles or download the Vault Guide to Green Programs.

Founded in 1996 Vault is the leading media company focused on careers, celebrated for its online resource,, and its 120+ online and print books. The company’s clients include nearly 1,000 advertisers and recruiters, over 1,000 universities and graduate schools and over 7,000,000 consumers worldwide.


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