Steelcase is pleased to have set third-party verified science-based targets around carbon, strengthened our DEI efforts and published new governance policies to protect the rights of our people.
Innovative. Collaborative. Flexible. Sustainable. When Steelcase’s WorkLife Center in Shanghai opened in 2019, it offered a glimpse into what the workplace of the future really looks like — and it still leads by example, two years on.
SILQ Talks celebrate and share innovative ideas in the field of material science. Inspired by the innovative material, shape and construction of the SILQ chair, experts share boundary-pushing ideas. FluidSolids’ Beat Karrer tells us how his Zurich-based company takes waste and turns it into something that looks like plastic, but is recyclable and compostable. Watch more in SILQ Talks.
Introducing Intersection, the groundbreaking new Surface Materials option from Steelcase. Made through in partnership with Duvaltex & Seaqual, this innovative material turns marine pollution into durable fabric through a unique weaving process.
As we celebrate Earth Day, we’re highlighting how our collective sustainability impact can grow exponentially when organizations like Salesforce, Royal Phillips and Steelcase encourage, help and require those they do business with to follow suit.
By Jim Keane, Steelcase President and CEO — Today, Steelcase announced we have achieved carbon neutrality throughout our own operations. We are going even further, having set aggressive science-based targets in line with the most ambitious goal of the Paris Agreement.
Global measurement standards identify specific elements that ensure the workplace enhances people’s wellbeing.
“We work hard to create an equitable and inspiring place to work, and it’s a delight to be recognized for our efforts,” said Jim Keane, Steelcase President and CEO.