SOLAR PRODUCTION65.3MWh OF CLEAN ENERGY
EQUIVALENT TO 50.6 TONS OF CARBON OFFSET
EQUIVALENT TO $6,987 DOLLARS SAVED
EQUIVALENT TO 109,709 MILES NOT DRIVEN
Here at Macy's, we pride ourselves on being part of a company that operates with integrity, makes good choices, and when given the opportunity, does the right thing in every aspect of our business. In doing so, we seek to present a holistic picture of our role in society and how we support the common good.
We've made a lot of progress, but there’s always opportunity to improve. There really is no ﬁnish line in social responsibility. We must keep moving forward and innovating. We report our accomplishments publicly so we can challenge ourselves and document our progress. Please join with Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s to make our local communities, our nation and our world a better place to live and work.
Macy’s, Inc. Philosophy
At Macy’s, Inc., we believe that contributing to a more sustainable environment is good business practice and the right thing to do for future generations. We also believe in taking a comprehensive approach to sustainability and renewability with our customers, associates and vendor partners.
Macy’s, Inc. 2016 Report on Social Responsibility
Green Living isn’t just about reducing our impact on the environment; it's about living responsibly, both environmentally and socially. It’s an all-encompassing responsibility that Macy’s as a major corporation holds, and in turn, takes very seriously. In every element of business we strive to do better for the environment, but we also strive to just do better – not only for the communities we impact, but for the global community as well. It’s our corporate social responsibility. We’ve recorded our progress in our 2016 Report on Social Responsibility.
Did you know? Partners in Time green volunteer projects have included cleaning up parks, phone book recycling and purchasing and planting trees.
From the start, Macy’s sustainability initiatives are developed with our 5-Point Action Plan in mind. We want to reflect on our plan and see what strides we’ve made in order to stick to it. Now it’s time to test your knowledge of our progress.VIEW ARTICLE
Narratives from 150 CEOs, all from different industries, are featured in Business Roundtable’s sustainability report. Macy’s CEO Terry Lundgren received top bill.VIEW ARTICLE
Pop Quiz! The “Green Grade” measures the sustainability efforts of individual stores on a monthly and yearly basis. How will your store do?VIEW ARTICLE
A little less talk, a little more action. As much as we like our sustainability soapbox, we like producing real, tangible results even more. See what’s been accomplished…so far.VIEW ARTICLE