An IDC report, sponsored by VMware, shows how virtualisation products, namely VMware’s products, reduce carbon emissions. The report also evaluated the CO2 emissions that were avoided because of server virtualisation as well as consolidation. The results showed that this reduction in power consumption and CO2 emissions could be directly attributed to the use of virtualisation and VMware products around the world.
SCE is transforming the energy sector with bold ideas to accelerate vehicle electrification. Our Charge Ready pilot program is installing EV charging stations in parking lots where passenger vehicles are parked for extended periods of time.
Supply chains may be the most under-recognized opportunity for companies to address climate change. While companies tend to focus, understandably, on energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reductions in business operations and products, supply chains often account for the majority of product greenhouse gas emissions.
Auto industry, consumers and economy benefit from GHG standards
BOSTON, November 30, 2016 /3BL Media/ - In response to the Environmental Protection Agency’s announcement that it would stay the course on 2012 greenhouse gas (GHG) standards for automobiles and light duty trucks, major investors released statements supporting the decision:
November 21, 2016 /3BL Media/ - The reduction of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions is at the forefront of Honda’s environmental strategy, and figures prominently in the targets that are set for its products and operations.
GHG reduction and primarily CO2, is a major component of Honda’s environmental short- and long-term environmental goals. As a result, associates throughout the company focus on those goals at every level.
Highlights from Domtar’s 2016 Sustainability Update
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Total direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions from purchased energy at our pulp and paper mills have been reduced by 15 percent since 2010, meeting our 2020 target ahead of schedule. These reductions have primarily been realized by: fuel switching from coal to less carbon-intensive natural gas, increasing on-site cogeneration of electricity and reducing pulp and paper production in alignment with market demand.
VANCOUVER B.C., November 8, 2016 /3BL Media/ – TD is collaborating with Bullfrog Power on a first-of-a-kind renewable energy initiative that will address the full scope of its emissions footprint in Vancouver.
TD will address 100 per cent of its energy footprint for its Vancouver branches and a portion of business-related travel in Vancouver, through the use of Bullfrog Power's green energy products – green electricity, green natural gas and green fuel.
Our cities are on the frontline of the climate change crisis. Rising sea levels threaten millions of citizens with flooding, while colder winters and hotter summers take their toll on the most vulnerable in our cities. The noxious emissions from vehicles passing through our city centres pollute the air that our children breathe.