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COP21: Seven businesses that are leading the way in the fight against climate change

Author: Priyanka Mogul, International Business Times (UK), Published on: 9 December 2015

 …Microsoft invested in 520 acres of forest land near Mount Rainier National Park to offset their carbon emissionsUnilever said that they would be carbon positive by 2030 and would get all their electricity from renewable energyAdobe became the first company to mark the beginning of a paperless office…[T]he companypledged to operate on 100% renewable energy by 2035Google aim[s] to triple their purchase of renewable energy by 2025, meaning thateverythinglinked to the search engine are increasingly being powered by wind and solar energy…Apple announced that their operations in Singapore would be fully powered by solar energy…ING, announced in December 2015 that they are committed to ensuring 100% renewable energy for all its operations worldwide by 2020…[T]hey have also set targets to reduce their CO2, waste and water footprint by 20% by 2020Philipssay they reduced their carbon footprint by 40% but wants to continue and achieve carbon neutrality within the next five years...

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Related companies: Adobe Systems Alphabet Apple Google (part of Alphabet) ING Microsoft Royal Philips Electronics Unilever