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This blog discusses Oracle's sustainability-related solutions and some of the sustainability activities at Oracle.

  • July 18, 2016

Oracle Breaks Top 10 in Newsweek’s Green Rankings

The Newsweek Green Rankings
are one of the world’s most recognized assessments of corporate environmental
performance. Based on research from Corporate
Knights and HIP Investor Inc., the 2016 iteration of the project
features eight key performance indicators that are used to assess and measure
the environmental performance of the world’s largest publicly traded companies.

The
project consists of two separate rankings. The U.S. 500 ranks the 500 largest publicly traded
companies in the United States by market capitalization, while the Global 500 looks at the 500 largest publicly traded
companies globally by market capitalization on overall environmental
performance. 

Coming
in at #10 in the U.S. and #17 in the world of Newsweek’s greenest companies,
Oracle continues to build its reputation as a sustainability leader. We
maintain our facilities and run our business in a responsible manner,
minimizing environmental impact. We also develop products
and services
that support sustainability operations and initiatives. These
development efforts are informed by customer needs, as well as our own, and we
use our products ourselves.

See Oracle’s
Corporate Citizenship Report
and this video to learn more
about Oracle’s collaborative, team-based approach to sustainability that
encompasses facilities, data centers, supply chain, products, events,
volunteerism, and giving. At Oracle sustainability
is everyone’s business.

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