IBM Recognized As “Early Leader” in CO2 Emissions Reduction Goals

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IBM Recognized As “Early Leader” in CO2 Emissions Reduction Goals

by Wayne Balta
photo from: “Corporations: Unlikely Heroes in America’s Quest for Climate Action” on TriplePundit.com

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IBM has been taking aggressive actions against climate change since the 1990s, and recently was recognized by the World Wildlife Fund’s senior director of climate and renewable energy as an “early leader” in efforts to reduce CO2 emissions. Read more about how IBM’s initiatives and partnerships are helping the company operate more efficiently and cost-effectively while maintaining its leadership role as a steward of the environment.  Read the full blog here.

To learn more about IBM's Corporate Citizenship Contributions, see the 2015 Corporate Responsibility Report.

 

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