If we are going to turn the corner on problems such as climate change, habitat loss and overfishing, we need the leverage of powerful partners.
EDF understands that business and a better world don’t have to be at odds. Corporate partnerships have been a cornerstone of our approach ever since we launched our first partnership with McDonald’s 25 years ago. Key to our success has been maintaining financial independence from the get-go.
Partnerships span many industries
Looking ahead, the opportunity and need for private-sector leadership on the issues that we care about the most has never been greater.
As a result, we’re doubling down on our efforts to engage leading companies to drive innovation, leverage supply chains, unlock capital flows, and advocate for the policy change needed to achieve our strategic goals.
This work spans many types of industry:
With our help, the world’s largest retailer is using its supply chain and purchasing power to curb emissions and make everyday products safer.
Google Earth Outreach helped mount sensors on Street View cars, creating a fast, accurate way to prioritize fixing leaks.
We’ve pioneered solutions that also meet the needs of farmers, ranchers and developers when it comes to saving endangered species.
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This kind of lasting change is built over months and years. We have a lot more work to do to drive sustainability across more businesses — and you can help.
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