How Companies Are Leveraging Innovative Partnerships To Reduce Their Impact On The Environment

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How Companies Are Leveraging Innovative Partnerships To Reduce Their Impact On The Environment

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Tuesday, December 1, 2015 - 11:30am

CAMPAIGN: Nestlé's Commitment to Sustainability

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By James Rowe | UPS Longitudes 

Today marks the beginning of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris, France. For the next two weeks, world leaders are negotiating legally binding agreements to reduce carbon emissions.

The endgame is capping Earth’s greenhouse effect temperature at no more than a 2 degree Celsius increase above pre-industrial levels.

More and more, companies around the world are taking substantive steps to avoid the planetary consequences of greenhouse gas emissions. As a clear stakeholder in accessing natural resources and ensuring stable markets for their products and services, the business community is increasingly designing effective solutions.

Several of them came to Atlanta last month to visit UPS to specifically talk about reducing their impact on the environment and how innovative approaches might help them do it.

Longitudes spoke with two of those organizations after the event: EJ Hullverson, Marketing Manager for Nestlé Purina and Jena Thompson-Meredith, Vice President of Business Partnerships at The Conservation Fund.

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CAMPAIGN: Nestlé's Commitment to Sustainability

CONTENT: Article

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