Last year, our employees were challenged to pick up at least 4 pounds of waste. In a matter of just a few months, we’ve removed 54,000 pounds of trash from beaches and waterways – and we’re just getting started.
At least 267 species are impacted by ocean waste, including 86% of sea turtle species, 44% of seabird species and 43% of marine mammal species. See how Dow is collaborating to help stem the tide of plastic waste.
Green infrastructure supports biodiversity and improves water and air quality. Find out how Dow is using nature-based solutions at its sites to bring value to our business and the environment.
How can sports and science impact climate change? Dow’s partnership with the International Olympic Committee shows how collaboration and innovation and help communities from all over the globe transition to a low-carbon economy.
Find out how Dow is working with WE to help build up the next generation of sustainability leaders by challenging students to use science to solve local and global problems.
Many People don’t think that “manufacturing” and “nature” should be in the same sentence. And yet Dow worksites are home to a variety of species, even some that are protected. There are six Dow worksites that are certified by the Wildlife Habitat Council’s Corporate Wildlife Habitat Certification Program.
Mangroves serve as the biological buffers between land and sea. Much of the world’s fish population inhabits mangroves at some point in their life. Find out how and why Dow is helping to protect these sensitive ecosystems.
What can we do to reduce our impact on Mother Earth? This infographic will spark some ideas. Remember, protection starts with us.
Building a more sustainable world means being intentional about design, being more intentional about the way we manufacture and build, how our structures will be maintained and modernized, and then reused or recycled.