A few weeks ago, our team moved into SAS’ newest building, Building A. It’s a beauty, featuring a world-class training center, a bakery, and over 1000 pieces of artwork. While the abundance of baked goods is hard to beat, I think my favorite part about the building is the view.
Sometimes, during my day-to-day job, I get to experience some really fun and unique things. I’m thankful that these experiences, while work-related, sometimes spark deeper reflection about the world around me. Case in point: a few weeks ago, I zipped into a bee suit to tour and learn about SAS’
‘세계 야생 동물의 날(World Wildlife Day)’에 대해 들어보셨나요? 지난 2013년, 국제 자연 보호 연맹(IUCN) 산하 ‘멸종위기에 처한 야생동식물종의 국제거래에 관한 협약(CITES: Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna)’의 170여개 체약국은 3월 3일을 멸종 위기에 처한 야생 동물·식물에 대한 관심과 대책을 촉구하는 기념일로 지정했습니다. 이에 따라
Around the world, animals continue to be added to the endangered species list. Thankfully, there are organizations like WildTrack, a nonprofit organization using non-invasive techniques to monitor endangered species. With the help of SAS® technology, WildTrack can use its collection of data to preserve endangered species and improve conservation efforts.
30,000 new employees start work today in one of SAS’ sweetest acquisitions to date. Bee Downtown, a North Carolina-based company using businesses in cities to help save honey bee populations, will install two hives on SAS world headquarters campus, bringing with them 30,000 - 40,000 new honey bees. Bee Downtown-sponsored
Welcome back to our series of posts that provide a green enterprise checklist for retailers. In my previous post, I described how to create a vision for sustainability and introduced five areas of focus to help you begin implementing that vision. The first area on our checklist is to evaluate
With increased customer awareness and consumer demand about the virtues of going green, getting your company to become more environmentally friendly is a winning strategy. But sustainable business practices are relatively new to many companies. The most common question I get is: “Where do I start?” There is no direct