Articles Tagged: COP21

Envisioning a Sustainable Future Through Innovation

Regarding climate, I am neither optimistic nor pessimistic. I am an activist. The big picture is clear. It is our corporate duty to fight climate change brought on by carbon… Read more »

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Pushing Past “The Wall” Toward Carbon Neutrality

On Sunday, April 9, close to 57,000 runners will participate in the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris. Among them, 4,650 “green runners” will be representing Schneider Electric as employees, customers,… Read more »

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We Know Your Project’s CO2 Footprint – Do You?

The Paris Climate Change Conference held in December 2015 was truly notable. Also known as COP21, short for the 21st Conference of Parties to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention… Read more »

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INFOGRAPHIC: Providing Universal Access to Energy

Access to energy is a basic human right, but did you know… Learn more about Schneider Electric’s Access to Energy program  

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A COP21-related Question: Plant 400 Trees or Upgrade Your Modular UPS?

The annual Conference of Parties (COP21) was held last week in Paris, where world leaders will decide on future actions to limit climate change. The outcome of this gathering, also known as… Read more »

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We Have the Technology to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

It is apparent to me that COP21 will be a milestone on the path towards a world that is more sustainable. I have been participating in these conferences for the… Read more »

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Sustainability – The New Critical Success Factor

I believe climate change is our generation’s biggest challenge and responsibility.  And, despite the odds, I am optimistic we can get the job done. I say this because I see… Read more »

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We Have the Tools to Fight Climate Change

Recently at Fortune’s Brainstorm E event in Austin, I was asked about the upcoming United Nations COP21 summit. Should businesses worry about it? Can we ignore it? My position on… Read more »

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We Have the Tools to Fight Climate Change

Recently at Fortune’s Brainstorm E event in Austin, I was asked about the upcoming United Nations COP21 summit. Should businesses worry about it? Can we ignore it? My position on… Read more »

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INFOGRAPHIC: Providing Universal Access to Energy

Access to energy is a basic human right, but did you know… Learn more about Schneider Electric’s Access to Energy program  

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Pushing Past “The Wall” Toward Carbon Neutrality

On Sunday, April 9, close to 57,000 runners will participate in the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris. Among them, 4,650 “green runners” will be representing Schneider Electric as employees, customers,… Read more »

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Sustainability – The New Critical Success Factor

I believe climate change is our generation’s biggest challenge and responsibility.  And, despite the odds, I am optimistic we can get the job done. I say this because I see… Read more »

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We Have the Technology to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

It is apparent to me that COP21 will be a milestone on the path towards a world that is more sustainable. I have been participating in these conferences for the… Read more »

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Envisioning a Sustainable Future Through Innovation

Regarding climate, I am neither optimistic nor pessimistic. I am an activist. The big picture is clear. It is our corporate duty to fight climate change brought on by carbon… Read more »

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A COP21-related Question: Plant 400 Trees or Upgrade Your Modular UPS?

The annual Conference of Parties (COP21) was held last week in Paris, where world leaders will decide on future actions to limit climate change. The outcome of this gathering, also known as… Read more »

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We Know Your Project’s CO2 Footprint – Do You?

The Paris Climate Change Conference held in December 2015 was truly notable. Also known as COP21, short for the 21st Conference of Parties to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention… Read more »

Leave a comment

Envisioning a Sustainable Future Through Innovation

Regarding climate, I am neither optimistic nor pessimistic. I am an activist. The big picture is clear. It is our corporate duty to fight climate change brought on by carbon… Read more »

1 Comment

INFOGRAPHIC: Providing Universal Access to Energy

Access to energy is a basic human right, but did you know… Learn more about Schneider Electric’s Access to Energy program  

Leave a comment

We Know Your Project’s CO2 Footprint – Do You?

The Paris Climate Change Conference held in December 2015 was truly notable. Also known as COP21, short for the 21st Conference of Parties to the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention… Read more »

Leave a comment

Pushing Past “The Wall” Toward Carbon Neutrality

On Sunday, April 9, close to 57,000 runners will participate in the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris. Among them, 4,650 “green runners” will be representing Schneider Electric as employees, customers,… Read more »

Leave a comment

We Have the Tools to Fight Climate Change

Recently at Fortune’s Brainstorm E event in Austin, I was asked about the upcoming United Nations COP21 summit. Should businesses worry about it? Can we ignore it? My position on… Read more »

Leave a comment

Sustainability – The New Critical Success Factor

I believe climate change is our generation’s biggest challenge and responsibility.  And, despite the odds, I am optimistic we can get the job done. I say this because I see… Read more »

Leave a comment

A COP21-related Question: Plant 400 Trees or Upgrade Your Modular UPS?

The annual Conference of Parties (COP21) was held last week in Paris, where world leaders will decide on future actions to limit climate change. The outcome of this gathering, also known as… Read more »

Leave a comment

We Have the Technology to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

It is apparent to me that COP21 will be a milestone on the path towards a world that is more sustainable. I have been participating in these conferences for the… Read more »

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