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[13 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 2,297 views]
Tetra Pak’s environment pillar package

While kids debate whether the juice in their lunchbox is named popper, juice box, prima, fruit box or Tetra juice, Tetra Pak is quietly greening their direction. Tetra Pak is a major packaging company that joined Climate Savers in 2005 to help it with its climate change strategy. The solution was a big focus on environmental activities towards energy efficiency, providing a new found bottom line relevance for the environment amongst its staff.

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[12 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 1,191 views]
Nokia Siemens Networks create energy efficiency in mobile telecommunications

The communications industry is a high carbon polluter, but you would never suspect it. Nokia Siemens Networks is a company committed to reducing their carbon footprint, and have used their Flexi Base Station technology to dramatically reduce the emissions of their products to allow a more environmentally sustainable spread of communications throughout the world.

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[11 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 1,312 views]
WWF are optimistic something will be signed at COP-15

WWF International are optimistic that a deal will be signed this week. Speaking at the WWF Climate Savers Day at Nytorv Square in Copenhagen yesterday, Global Policy Leader Kim Carstensen said that negotiators have come in open to engage and discuss, which gives him faith that some sort of deal will be struck.

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[9 Dec 2009 | One Comment | 1,118 views]
HP’s video conferencing studio set to ground work-related air travel

With the vast majority of WWF Climate Savers cases talking about energy efficiency, this example by Hewlett Packard illustrates the great results that can be achieved from reduced air travel. HP has reduced air travel by 43%, dropping CO2 emissions by 104,000 tons of CO2 equivalent between October 2007 and September 2009. It’s done so with its Halo Video Collaboration Studio technology, which simulates the face-to-face meeting.

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[8 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 683 views]
How Elopak quickly integrated a climate change strategy to all areas of its business

Elopak is one of Norway’s largest companies, a leader in liquid food packaging. It partnered with WWF Climate Savers very recently, in March 2009, and has already locked in environmental management practices in such a way that there’s “no turning back”. It is a great example for businesses looking to practically understand what it can do at the start of its climate change strategy.

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[7 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 1,143 views]
Eco-fitting London’s oldest luxury hotel

The Savoy Hotel in London is 120 years old. Back then, construction, architectural and design features were not considerate of energy efficiency or environmental management. In 2007, Fairmont Hotels closed the world famous luxury hotel and embarked on an ambitious program to diversify the energy sources and increase energy efficiency. Based on a case study by IMD Business School and WWF Climate Savers.

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[7 Dec 2009 | No Comment | 970 views]
Johnson & Johnson uses capital relief funding to drop CO2 emissions

Johnson & Johnson, global leaders in consumer health care and pharmaceuticals, joined WWF Climate Savers way back in 1999. As one of the founding partners, Johnson & Johnson are a true leader in climate change strategies in the corporate world. This is about as good as it gets for corporate environmental management, as Johnson & Johnson hit its emissions reduction target 5 years early. It used a capital relief funding program for CO2 reduction, which enabled the start up of 80 climate change projects in just 5 years.