What is the meaning of the Green Premium™ eco label on Schneider Electric products? As a sign of our commitment to transparency and environmentally friendly performance, it brings value to everyone – our customers, partners, and employees.
A new year, in a new decade, calls for a new approach to climate leadership. The year 2020 is an inflection point for climate action. It’s a year in which many companies seek to achieve interim carbon reduction goals in line with the Paris Agreement, and are looking to chart a course for even more ambitious goals over the coming decade.
This is part I of a two-part blog series exploring carbon neutrality goals for business
It’s Climate Week and today from the UN Climate Action Summit, Secretary-General António Guterres is calling on leaders to present their concrete, realistic plans to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions and move toward a zero-carbon future.
Schneider Electric presents Tomorrow Rising: a web series showcasing our international energy training program for determined people and young entrepreneurs from underprivileged backgrounds.
This is Pierre. He’s now a teacher in Mbour in Senegal, but not so long ago he was a brilliant student. Discover how he change the lives of people around him in his little town in the next Schneider Electric web series “Tomorrow Rising,” out on October 2nd 2019!
Company Commits to Three Actions and an Inclusive Growth Transition Plan to Ensure No Communities Are Left Behind
NEW YORK, Sept. 26, 2019 /3BL Media/ -- Schneider Electric announced today at Climate Week NYC 2019 that it is drastically stepping up its commitment to carbon neutrality with three new actions: (1) accelerating its 2030 goal of carbon neutrality by demonstrating carbon neutrality in its extended ecosystem by 2025, bringing forward its objective by 5 years (2) achieving net-zero operational emissions by 2030 as part of validated SBT target and (3) engage with suppliers towards a net-zero supply chain by 2050.
The Global Footprint Network reports that humanity is currently consuming natural resources 1.7 times faster than our planet’s ecosystems can regenerate. The global infrastructure already locks in 95% of our carbon budget.