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Use VSD Compressors, Save Energy (and Money)

by Erik Arfalk
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Whether you call it VFD, frequency converter or inverter, VSD technology by any other name is just as efficient. On average, VSD compressors use about 35 percent less energy than their fixed-speed counter parts. But what does a 35 percent reduction in energy costs really look like? Well, that depends on your plant.

HP's New Greenhouse Gas Goal Aligns with Climate Science

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HP announced it will redouble its efforts to slash greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from global operations and strengthen relationships with key organizations that urge businesses to improve environmental performance.

HP Steps Up Climate Commitments, Renews WWF’s Climate Savers Partnership

By Sarah Murry, Newsroom Managing Editor, HP Inc.
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With the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) set to change hands and the future of the U.S. role in the historic Paris climate agreement unknown, it is more important than ever for the private sector to show its commitment to addressing climate change.

Tetra Pak Announces Science Based Targets for Climate Impact Reduction

First in food packaging industry to receive SBT approval
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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, 2 February 2017 /3BL Media/ - Tetra Pak today pledged that by 2030, the greenhouse gas emissions from its own operations will be at least 40% lower than in 2015.

Working with the Science Based Targets initiative, the company also set a goal that by 2040, emissions will be down 58% compared with a year ago.

In doing so, Tetra Pak becomes the first company in the food packaging industry to have its climate impact reduction targets approved by the Science Based Targets (SBT) initiative.

HPE Sets Science-Based Target to Reduce Operational Greenhouse Gas Emissions

by Tom Dempsey, Vice Present, Real Estate Operations
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As head of Global Real Estate Operations, Tom is responsible for managing all Hewlett Packard Enterprise workplaces across the globe, and delivering modern, flexible, safe and green workplace solutions for a complex and multi-faceted corporate real estate portfolio.

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As head of Global Real Estate Operations, Tom is responsible for managing all Hewlett Packard Enterprise workplaces across the globe, and delivering modern, flexible, safe and green workplace solutions for a complex and multi-faceted corporate real estate portfolio.

Bacardi Cuts Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Half

More than a year early, the company reaches 50% GHG reduction target
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Hamilton, Bermuda, November 15, 2016 /3BL Media/ – With sustainability, small steps add up; however, Bacardi has forged ahead with giant leaps. The largest privately held spirits company cut its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity, worldwide, in half—more than a year earlier than its end of December 2017 target. This astounding 50% reduction in GHGs is equivalent to taking 15,000 cars off the road each year, reducing oil use by 165,000 barrels annually or installing 18 wind turbines.

Pushing the Sustainability Envelope

Cisco Supply Chain to Cut 1 Million Metric Tonnes of Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2020
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by Kathleen Shaver, Director of Value Protection, Supply Chain Transformation: Sustainability

Cisco’s sustainability journey took a big step forward last month with the announcement of a new goal to avoid one million metric tonnes of greenhouse gas (GhG) emissions from our supply chain operations by the year 2020, which will drive emissions reductions related to our outsourced manufacturing and logistics.

Mars Takes Another Step on the ‘Path to Zero’ Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Operations

New Moy wind farm in Scotland will power the equivalent of all Mars U.K. factories and offices
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The energy it takes to make MARS® bars, WHISKAS® cat food, EXTRA® gum and UNCLE BEN’S® rice in the U.K. is now provided by a new wind farm in Moy, Scotland. Through a partnership with Eneco U.K., the 20-turbine wind farm, located just south of Inverness in the Scottish Highlands, will generate electricity equivalent to what powers all 12 Mars U.K. sites solely with renewable energy.

The Carbon in our Food

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“If food waste were a country by itself, it would be the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases behind China and the United States.”

Are you ready for a punch in the gut? Seriously, I would brace for this one. It’s going to hurt. Here we go, from page 3 of Food Foolish:

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