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How European Climate Policy Can Bolster Energy Efficiency Measures

This blog is co-signed by Morten Petersen, Member of European Parliament.

Major cities under water. Unprecedented heat waves. Terrifying storms. These are just a few of the nightmare scenarios evoked by UN Secretary General António Guterres following the publication in April of the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on climate science.

For the Sake of the Planet and Your Business, Just Do It: Why Companies Need to Take Climate Action

by Christel Heydemann

For the longest time, companies have measured corporate performance in terms of how much revenue they generated, how many factories they operated, and how profitable they were. Other considerations, such as sustainability, the efficient use of resources, carbon emissions, and the impact on the environment were secondary in many senior executives’ and policy makers’ minds – if they featured at all.

Schneider Electric: The New Normality!

From an unsuspecting/a careless past into an arduous future – a résumé

by Barbara Frei

I remember a time when ideas like environmental protection, climate neutrality, and energy efficiency were political issues. When these issues were discussed, camps on either side of the issues divided into “activists” and “realists”; the Greens and the Conservatives. Some went on to demonstrate and others went to the office. These were the 70s, 80s, and 90s of the past century.

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