Entergy's story began Nov. 13, 1913, with a pile of sawdust and a handshake between Harvey Couch and H. H. Foster, president of the Arkansas Land and Lumber Co.
Accomplishments in economic, environmental and social performance in 2012 by Entergy Corporation have been recognized by the 2013/2014 Dow Jones Sustainability World and North America Indices.
Entergy Corporation today announced the creation of a $5 million endowment to honor retiring Chairman and Chief Executive Officer J. Wayne Leonard and continue efforts to address the issues of climate change, poverty and social justice.
Entergy Corporation's sustainable practices in the areas of economic, environmental and social performance in 2011 resulted in its inclusion in two premiere leadership indices.
Entergy has released its 2011 sustainability report, Measuring Our Progress, highlighting the company's economic, environmental, social and governance performance.
For the 10th straight year, Entergy Corporation has been recognized as a leader in sustainability, ranking among the best in climate strategy, corporate governance, occupational health and safety, price and risk management, and scorecard measurements.
Entergy has released its 2010 sustainability report, Acting With Integrity, which highlights the company's environmental, social and economic performance.
Entergy Corporation and America's WETLAND Foundation today released a study that shows communities along the Gulf Coast could suffer more than $350 billion in economic losses over the next 20 years due to growing environmental risks.
Entergy Corporation and the America’s WETLAND Foundation will release Wednesday, Oct. 20, a landmark study by McKinsey & Company with startling data that shows the need for billions in annual investments to sustain America’s Energy Coast of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas.