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Northrop Ranked 51st Among Large Companies in Newsweek Green List

Northrop Grumman was ranked 51st among the 500 largest public companies in the U.S. by Newsweek’s Green Rankings published this week, jumping 122 slots from last year.

Newsweek derived its rankings from evaluating company performance over three components: environmental impact, environmental management and environmental disclosure.

“This improvement in the Newsweek Green Ranking demonstrates Northrop Grumman’s commitment to making significant reductions to our impact on the environment,” said Gloria Flach, corporate vice president and president of Northrop’s enterprise shared services sector. “We are aligning the management of our operations with environmental sustainability as a core element of our company’s culture, an important measure of our performance for our employees, customers and shareholders.”

Newsweek began publishing the list in 2009 and ranks companies based on their environmental footprint, the company management of that footprint (policies, programs, initiatives), and sustainability communications.

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