Adobe’s corporate social responsibility programs – which include everything from our conservation efforts to how we contribute to the communities where we do business – are something we take quite a bit of pride in.
That’s why this week we were thrilled to learn that Adobe moved up to number seven on Newsweek’s 2010 Green Rankings – an annual list of the top 500 most environmentally conscious U.S. companies. Out of a possible score of 100, Adobe’s Green Rankings green score came in at an impressive 94.15. Other well known companies in the top 10 include Dell, HP, Intel, Johnson & Johnson and Nike.
Newsweek teamed up with three leading environmental research organizations to compile the most comprehensive rankings possible. To view the Newsweek Green Rankings in their entirety, click here: Green Rankings: U.S. Companies.
Environmental responsibility is a priority for Adobe and is part of the fabric of our corporate culture. We are proud of our multiple US Green Building Council LEED® certifications and of our continued efforts to lead in the adoption of green technologies for our building operations [See recent post: Fired Up About Fuel Cells].
Thanks are in order for Adobe employees worldwide who have helped us achieve this recognition through their ideas, ongoing participation in sustainability programs and commitment to going green!