ArcelorMittal, one of the largest employers in Coatesville, is the world’s leading steel and mining company, with a presence in 60 countries and an industrial footprint in 18 countries.
It is guided by a philosophy to produce safe, sustainable steel, and its corporate responsibility and sustainability initiatives will once again be featured at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship Conference.
ArcelorMittal’s corporate responsibility leaders will present a keynote on how the company is leading the way in sustainability for the industry based on emerging global trends.
As part of its participation in the conference, ArcelorMittal is competing in the 2018 International Corporate Citizenship Film Festival, the largest film festival devoted to corporate responsibility accomplishments.
Click here to watch and vote for ArcelorMittal’s video entry, entitled “Where Conservation and STEM Connect: ArcelorMittal’s Partnership with The Shirley Heinze Land Trust and Embarc.”
The brief video highlights how two of ArcelorMittal’s nonprofit partners came together on a program at ArcelorMittal’s facility in Burns Harbor, Ind., that bridges the gap between the company’s community investment focus areas of environmental conservation and STEM education.