In July 2007, Ed Crenshaw, then president of Publix Super Markets, decided to make sustainability part of the company's culture.
He had recently attended the first Florida Climate Summit and was influenced by what he saw and heard there from other companies. That fall, after Crenshaw was named chief executive officer, sustainability became a “Tier-One” corporate initiative. “Few initiatives reach this level of importance, which sent a clear message that this was ...
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