Sustainability. Renewability. Livability. Macy’s lives these values. We’re constantly searching for and implementing green programs and practices. That means finding ways to use less—and to use smarter.
It’s by developing and putting such Earth-friendly policies into practice that Macy’s was named one of Newsweek Magazine’s 500 Greenest Companies in America.
To us, a more sustainable environment is not only good business practice—it’s the right thing to do.
But, as highly as we value sustainability, Macy’s definition of social responsibility goes well beyond that issue. To us, it’s an all-encompassing duty to serve our customers and the world conscientiously, throughout every element of our business. Meaning, we’re also champions of diversity hiring, community support and corporate financial transparency. We even extend our accountability into areas such as product sourcing, with a strict code of ethics and standards for all suppliers, as well as supporting businesses in more fragile foreign economies. Maybe we can’t make things perfect, but we can make things better.
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