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Following Emergency Pandemic Response, the Tomorrow Rising Fund by the Schneider Electric Foundation Focuses Support on Recovery and Resiliency

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  • Schneider Electric Foundation launched the Tomorrow Rising Fund to help vulnerable communities respond, recover and become more resilient in the wake of Covid-19
  • Schneider Electric’s people and partners across +60 countries have joined in by fundraising and volunteering to contribute to 65 projects which benefit +800,000 people
  • Following the initial emergency response, the fund continues to support education and professional training to secure the best future for young people and their communities
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  • Schneider Electric Foundation launched the Tomorrow Rising Fund to help vulnerable communities respond, recover and become more resilient in the wake of Covid-19
  • Schneider Electric’s people and partners across +60 countries have joined in by fundraising and volunteering to contribute to 65 projects which benefit +800,000 people
  • Following the initial emergency response, the fund continues to support education and professional training to secure the best future for young people and their communities

Schneider Sustainability Report 2019 - 2020: Development Action for a More Inclusive World

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At Schneider Electric, we believe that access to energy and digital are basic human rights. To date, 840 million people in the world still lack access to electricity1. This figure is down from 1.2 billion in 2010, indicative of significant progress made in the last decade. We must do even more.

Webinar: What 2020 & Beyond Holds for Energy & Sustainability

Thu, Jun 25, 2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT
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Progress on energy and sustainability was at an all-time high in 2019, but how will that momentum fare in a new decade—and under radical new circumstances? To find out, we partnered with GreenBiz to survey global energy and sustainability professionals.

Join Bill Brewer, VP of Global Supply and Sustainability Operations at Schneider Electric as he shares insights from more than 260 energy and sustainability professionals and discusses what progress, disruptions, and opportunities companies can expect in the coming decade.

During our free webinar, you’ll learn how:

Recovery to Resilience: How Energy & Sustainability Professionals Can Prepare for the Turn

Contributed by: John Hoekstra, Vice President Sustainability & Cleantech, Schneider Electric Energy & Sustainability Services
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We are living in an extraordinary time, the likes of which few of us could even imagine a few months ago. The ramifications of COVID-19 on human physical and mental health, the global economy, businesses (including many of our clients), and more are simply unfathomable.

Schneider Electric's 2019 Circular Economy Highlights

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The responsible use of resources is central to our identity. Circularity is a model that offers efficiencies that build upon themselves; over the past year, circular principles helped us outpace our own expectations toward our sustainability progress.

 

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Schneider Electric Receives the Solar Impulse Efficient Solution Label Award for Profitable Environmental Protection

Summary: 
  • EcoStruxure Microgrid Advisor and NEO Network solutions receive recognition from Solar Impulse Foundation; join growing Schneider Electric portfolio
  • Label certifies products, services, or processes with high standards for economic profitability and ecologic sustainability
  • The program identifies and accelerates solutions in alignment with UN Sustainable Development Goals
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  • EcoStruxure Microgrid Advisor and NEO Network solutions receive recognition from Solar Impulse Foundation; join growing Schneider Electric portfolio
  • Label certifies products, services, or processes with high standards for economic profitability and ecologic sustainability
  • The program identifies and accelerates solutions in alignment with UN Sustainable Development Goals

Register Now: Schneider Electric, VF Corp. and We Mean Business Discuss Sustainability Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

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While the world we live in today looks a lot different than that of 2019, a few things remain the same – the impact of climate change on our resources and the push to meet corporate sustainability goals by stakeholders. However, due to the new drastic changes we’re facing in the world today, companies are now challenged to think differently about how they move the needle for sustainability. Now more than ever is the time to build a more resilient and sustainable future, and companies cannot take their foot off the gas.

Schneider Electric's Business Case for One Planet Prosperity

Partnership between Global Footprint Network and Schneider Electric aims to highlight the powerful competitive advantage of one-planet compatible companies
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By July 29, 2019, humanity’s demand for nature will exceed what Earth’s ecosystems can replenish during the entire year. It is Earth Overshoot Day and the 2019 date is the earliest ever. Since overuse is only possible for a limited duration in time, human demand on nature will be brought in balance with what Earth can provide – the question is whether this happens by design or disaster.The good news is that the current trend can be reversed.

World Environment Day 2020: Time for Nature

by Olivier Blum
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World Environment Day is held on June 5th every year as the United Nations’ principal vehicle for encouraging awareness and action for the preservation of our environment.

Webinar: Schneider Electric, VF Corp. and We Mean Business Discuss Sustainability Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

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While the world we live in today looks a lot different than that of 2019, a few things remain the same – the impact of climate change on our resources and the push to meet corporate sustainability goals by stakeholders. However, due to the new drastic changes we’re facing in the world today, companies are now challenged to think differently about how they move the needle for sustainability. Now more than ever is the time to build a more resilient and sustainable future, and companies cannot take their foot off the gas.

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