McGraw-Hill Recognized as One of America’s Greenest Companies

The annual Newsweek Green Rankings once again recognized The McGraw-Hill Companies for its commitment to environmental sustainability.

McGraw-Hill was ranked #21 among the 500 largest companies in the U.S. and was the leader in the Media and Publishing sector. Companies are evaluated along three areas: environmental impact, environmental management and disclosure. This is the third consecutive year that McGraw-Hill has been listed on the Newsweek Green Rankings, continuously improving its position and moving up to #21 this year from #39 last year.

Additionally, McGraw-Hill was recognized as one of the Best Corporate Citizens in its industry by CR Magazine, ranking #2 in the Media & Entertainment Sector. The rankings were announced at the annual COMMIT! Forum, which featured successful practices from the world’s 100 Best Corporate Citizens. McGraw-Hill was also included in the FTSE4Good Index Series, which measures the performance of companies that meet globally recognized corporate responsibility standards.

Read our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report for more information about the steps we are taking to reduce our environmental impacts to create a smarter, better and greener world.

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About Adam Eisenstein

Adam Eisenstein is the Employment Branding and Marketing Manager for Talent Acquisition at McGraw Hill Financial, working across all business lines to connect recruiters to talent and vice-versa. See more about Adam in the "About This Blog" tab.
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