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Innovative Solutionsfor a Living PlanetThe Climate Savers Programme is a collaborationbetween some of the world’s leading corporations andWWF to show leadership in reducing emissions andheading off catastrophic climate change.The corporations whose commitments and achievements are highlighted in this information package havefound that their efforts to reduce their climate impactshave had positive impacts on their efficiencies, theirreputations and their overall business environment.Many of the actions they have taken show real innovation, and in a few short years some of the companieshave surprised even themselves with the positiveresults they have been able to achieve.WWF commends the example these corporations aresetting to their shareholders, their employees, theircustomers and the industrial sectors and communitiesthey operate in.

Climate Savers – Business PartnersInnovative Solutionsfor a Living PlanetShareholders, customers and the media want to know whether companies are facing up to the reality of climate change risk. Are theypreparing for the future with their own climate change policy and a CO 2reduction plan ?Business has a vital role in implementing technologies that reduce CO2emissions. Making increasingly better use of resources in manufacturingprocesses and creating better-performing products with ever-lower energydemands is becoming part of normal business practice as the cost ofCO 2 emissions rise.WWF is working with cutting-edge companies keen to turn necessityinto a business advantage.We believe there are enormous opportunities for businesses toimprove their standing and their bottom line through actions that cutCO 2 emissions. We argue that the actions companies need to take toreduce CO 2 emissions are entirely compatible with their aim of improvingshareholder and stakeholder value.At the Climate Savers Conference in February 2007 companies andWWF showed that they are on course to eliminate at least ten million tonsof CO 2 emissions annually by 2010. If an additional 1,300 large companiesjoin them, current emission reduction targets set out in the Kyoto Protocolcould be achieved. “Fighting climate change can provide business opportunities and spur innovation and jobs in all parts of the world,” says HansC o n t ac t sVerolme, Director of WWF’s Global Climate Change Programme.United StatesMr Matthew Banks 1202 778 9689Climate Savers StatementJapanMs Yurika Ayukawa   81 3 3769 1711Europe and other partsof the worldMr Oliver Rapf 32 2 743 8808A statement released at the conference confirmed that solutions toclimate change exist: “As members of the WWF Climate Savers Programmewe have gained significant experience in past years and learned that wecan reduce the climate change footprint of our companies and remainviable as businesses at the same time.”

“WWF” & “ living planet” are WWF Registered Trademarks – 07.61 What is the aim of Climate Savers ?Climate Savers is a business initiative organized by WWF tomobilise companies to cut carbon dioxide ( C O 2) emissions. We’vedubbed Climate Savers “innovative solutions for a living planet”.2 What exactly are Climate Savers ? 1986 Panda symbol WWF – World Wide Fund For Nature (  Formerly World Wildlife Fund  )Climate Savers are cutting-edge partnerships between WWF andbusinesses aimed at delivering new and additional reductionsin C O 2 emissions. They provide attractive solutions to climatechange. The target agreed with WWF must be demonstrably moreambitious than previously planned or communicated by the company. It should place the company at the forefront of emissionsreductions in its particular sector.It is the content of the agreement and not the company itselfthat is the Climate Saver. This is primarily because WWF is not auditing a company’s entire operations. Climate Savers agreementsinvolve specific actions by a company that are agreed with WWF,leading to measurable reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.3 How are the agreements monitored and verified ?A Climate Savers agreement involves negotiations between WWF,the company concerned and independent technical experts. Theresulting agreement is tailored to the circumstances and operating sector of the company but places the company ahead of itscompetitors in terms of reducing climate changing gases. Outsideexperts monitor and verify compliance with the agreement.4 Aren’t these agreements an insignificant impressionon overall CO2 emissions ?Alongside the actual reductions in emissions, WWF believes thequality and innovative nature of the agreements will catalyse widerchange within the business community. Climate Savers demonstrate that economic growth and absolute greenhouse gas reductions can go hand in hand.5 What kinds of activities is WWF consideringfor Climate Savers agreements ?–––––––Climate Savers agreements could involve targets in one or more ofthe following categories :Energy efficiency of productsEnergy efficiency in processes or facilitiesEnergy-saving productsTransport efficiencyFuel switching to natural gas or increased use of co-generationConversion to renewable energy ( supply, use, marketing )Develop and implement carbon risk analysis toolsfor business decisions.march 2007Climate Savers Programme –Frequently Asked Questionswww.panda.org/climatebusiness

A WWF Climate Saver partnersince September 2005Major paper producer cuts greenhousegas emissions by 70 percentWhat Catalyst has promisedas a Climate SaverBy 2010, to achieve a sustained 70 % reductionin greenhouse gas emissions over 1990 levelsThe Catalyst achievementCatalyst is well ahead of its promises, which were achievedby 2005 and are being maintained in an intense period ofindustry restructuring and transformation. Provisional 2006figures show emissions at 70 % below 1990 levels.“For a company focused onefficiency, combatingclimate change is natural –by making smart choicesabout fuel use we reducegreenhouse gas emissions, improve air qualityand reduce operatingcosts.”Determined to do betterCatalyst Paper Corporation 2005In 2006, CO2 intensity per tonne of paper was 175    kg / tonneof paper compared to 574    kg / tonne in 1990, a reductionof 69%.Catalyst achieves one of the largestcorporate reductions in emissionsCatalyst is a leading producer of mechanical printing papersused in directories, catalogues, magazines, ad inserts and dailynewspapers throughout the US and worldwide. By reducing itsenergy use, switching from fossil fuels to biomass and improving the energy efficiency of equipment, Catalyst has reducedgreenhouse gas emissions by 70 % compared to 1990 levels,one of the most significant percentage reductions achieved bya corporation. This reduction is equal to eliminating more than1  million tonnes of greenhouse gases annually. Cutting fossil fuel use by 46% in the period 2002  –  2005, the equivalentof 690,000 barrels of oil, helped Catalyst avoid 13    milliondollars in added costs. Catalyst expects to have saved morethan   5    million dollars by cutting electricity use by 2 % in 2006.Employees identified dozens of simple ideas to save energy.One mill calculated that fixing an air leak in a quarter-inch pipewould save   6,000 /year in wasted energy while a one-inchair hose left running costs the mill   54,000 / year. It doesn’t

“WWF” & “ living planet” are WWF Registered Trademarks – 07.6take long for small steps to add up to a big benefit for theenvironment and the business.Catalyst, now beginning the process of integrating theISO    14064 ( carbon accounting standard ) into its existingISO 14000 system, estimates that overall about two thirds ofits emissions reductions have come from switching to lesscarbon intensive fuels with a further 20 % coming from fuel 1986 Panda symbol WWF – World Wide Fund For Nature (  Formerly World Wildlife Fund  )efficiency initiatives.The beauty of biomassBiomass has obvious appeal to a company using forest products and creative use of wood waste as a fuel has been a majoringredient in Catalyst’s remarkable emissions reduction success.Catalyst uses biomass fuel in boilers equipped with emissions-control equipment to generate most of the steam andsome of the electricity needed to manufacture its paper andpulp products. Doing so has helped the company :Reduce absolute greenhouse gas emissions by the equivalentof removing 250,000 cars from the roadGenerate about 63 % of the energy the company uses –in 2005, burning biomass produced 65 megawatts of poweron averageGain eco-logo certification, from Environment Canada,of 51    megawatts of power boiler, biomass-generated steamelectricityCompany aims tobe a catalyst for changeAs well as remarkably reducing itson the Federal government to actown emissions, Catalyst Paper hason its commitments under the Kyotobeen a leading voice for effectiveprotocol. According to the company,government action on climate changethere is consensus that good envi-in its home country of Canada.ronmental stewardship is supportedThe company joined with otherby good policy making.marchJUNE 2007Canadian corporate leaders callingwww.panda.org/climatebusiness

A WWF Climate Saver partnersince February 2008IT powerhouse presents creative spectrumof emissions reductionsWhat HP has promised as a Climate SaverTo reduce life cycle emissions from HP operationsand from the use of its products by 6 million tonnes ( Mt )below 2005 levels by 2010.To aim for a more than 15 % absolute reductionin energy consumption in its operations over 2005 levels,in the face of strong growth, and a more than 25 % reductionin the energy used by its products.The HP achievement“HP believes IT can helpmitigate climate changeby both greatly improvingthe energy efficiency ofall sectors of the economy,and enabling economicgrowth in the developingworld with much lowercarbon dependency.”Pat Tiernan, HP Vice-Presidentof Social and Environmental ResponsibilityHP has been an IT sector pioneer and leader in productrecycling, and expects to repeat its 1987- 2007 achievementof one billion pounds ( 450      million kg ) of recycled productsagain in the 2007-2010 period. Each billion poundsof recycled electronics products represents more than900,000     tonnes of avoided greenhouse gas emissions.HP had reached a 19.2% reduction from 2005 levels in theenergy consumption of its operations and productscombined by the end of October 2007. Based on earlyprogress HP has set its combined operations and productsgoal for Climate Savers at a 25 % reduction from 2005levels by 2010, and is working toward defining new boldergoals beyond 2010.Balancing footprint and potentialIn relative terms, the carbon impact of the IT sector isrelatively small compared to many other sectors combiningmanufacturing and service delivery. On the other hand, the useof IT products and services can increase efficiencies and provide less carbon intensive alternatives for other sectors of theeconomy. As a major IT enterprise straddling many IT fieldsfrom volume production for retail to providing high level solutions to business, HP is conscious of the wide scope of itsinfluence and its potential in reducing emissions . In addition

emissions by a further 3    Mt over 2005-2010 through papersaving print management technology, emissions avoidancethrough equipment recycling, and virtual collaboration videoconferencing solutions.Offering low carbon solutionsto customersLower carbon solutions pioneered within HP for the benefit ofits own operations are being offered to customers to benefittheir operations. An example is the HP program to consolidate its eighty three data centres worldwide into six new generation data centres with highly energy efficient servers andcooling technology. HP Customers can benefit from both thelessons of HP’s programme and the Dynamic Smart Coolingsystem which cuts data centre cooling requirements 25-40 %through real time temperature monitoring and control.More efficientproducts,more efficienttechnologiesSaving paper,saving energyLoweringthe impact oflogisticsH P describes itself as “aggressive”H P found that its own deploymentLike other manufacturers, HP facesin its pursuit of product energy effi-of duplex (both sides of paper) print-both costs and opportunities in reduc-ciency, with an overall goal of reducinging by default saved it 750 tonnes ofing the carbon impact of its logisticsthe energy consumption and custom-paper per year. The deployment ofoperations. H P is addressing theseer associated CO2 emissions of highindustry leading print fleet manage-through shifts to less energy intensivevolume products by 25 % below 2005ment technology across its enterpriseproduct shipping (from air to oceanlevels by 2010. H P personal comput-customer base is expected to saveand road to rail) and reducing pack-ers are already leading the industry in685,000 tonnes of paper over 5 yearsaging sizethe Gold and Silver categories of therelative to standard technologies, sav-US Electronic Product Environmen-ing more than 1.9      million tonnes oftal Assessment Tool (EPEATTM), thecarbon emissions in the five years tocompany is also heavily investing in2010. H P is also assuming a promi-research and development “to takenent role in deploying print on demandenergy efficiency to the next level be-solutions to the publishing sector, withyond 2010”.considerable potential energy andemissions savings from avoided paperwaste from unsold book returns.www.panda.org/climatebusiness “WWF” & “ living planet” are WWF Registered Trademarks – 07.6ucts, HP estimates it will enable its customers to reduce their 1986 Panda symbol WWF – World Wide Fund For Nature (  Formerly World Wildlife Fund  )to the 6   Mt CO2 reductions in its own operations and prod-

A WWF Climate Saver partnersince 2000Diverse programs cut companyand customer emissionsIBM Climate Saver CommitmentAs one of the original members of the Climate Saversprogram, IBM made a commitment in 2000 to achieve annualaverage reductions in greenhouse gas ( GHG ) emissionsover the time period of 1998 to 2004 equivalent to 4 % ofemissions associated with actual energy use.From 1990 to 2005, IBM’s Energy Conservation Programhas reduced or avoided CO2 emissions equivalent to 40 %of its total CO2 emissions in 1990. IBM is extendingthis achievement to further reduce CO2 Emissions associatedwith its total energy use 12 % by 2012 against a 2005base year.“ Energy conservation isa major component ofIBM’s climate protectionprogram because therelease of CO2 by utilitycompanies that powerour facilities representsthe greatest potentialclimate impact from ouroperations.”Collaboration that matters2006 IBM Corporate Responsibility ReportThe IBM achievementIBM met its initial Climate Savers commitment, avoidingGHG emissions associated with the company’s annualenergy use by an average of 5.7  % from 1998 to 2004, andgenerating energy cost savings of   115 million.IBM’s achievements in reducing GHG emissions associatedwith its operations have resulted in the receipt of theUSEPA Climate Protection Award in 1998 and 2006 – makingthe company the only two time corporate winner anda US EPA / DOE Green Power Leadership Award in 2006.Innovating for Emissions ReductionsConsistent with its objective to be the “ innovator’s innovator  ”,IBM has a long record of energy conservation and GHGemission reduction programs which have transformed its ownoperations and opened up avenues of savings for its customers. IBM has undertaken major initiatives in operational energy efficiency, renewable energy, commuter and fleet leasingprograms, and initiatives in their products and services toenable their customers and society to be more energy efficient.IBM continues to extend the reach and capability of itsenergy conservation program, commissioning a real timemetering and monitoring system at over 20 large locationswhich identified over 100    projects with savings of 1.3   million

reviews of energy using operations have been performed overthe past 3 years on over 2.6   million square feet of buildingspace saving 17,000   MWh of energy.IBM expects its procurement of renewable energy in 2006,either through direct purchases or purchases of renewableenergy certificates, will equal approximately 6 % of its 2006global electrical energy usage. IBM was in the top 15 of USGreen Power Purchasers in 2006.Saving energy and reducing emissionsfor IBM customersIBM is delivering increased performance per watt with eachnew generation of equipment it sells through improvedprocessor capability, rack designs, power supply efficiency( in many cases to over 90 % conversion efficiency ), virtualization capabilities, and energy management software such asits PowerExecutive TM power management soft-A leader inreducingcommutingemissionsware. The company’s “ Cool Blue ” initiativeA rigorousapproach toreportinghelps customers run more efficient datacenters through more energy efficient IT equipment and by extracting more work ( improvedutilization ) from each piece of equipment. Con-IBM has been a leader in dealingIBM has long been a strong propo-solidation of computer applications throughwith the key issue of employmentnent of public disclosure of emissionsthe use of virtualization and installation of new,related transport emissions, runningdata, participating in the US Dept ofone of the largest global corporateEnergy 1605 B reporting since 1995,energy efficient equipment can reduce energywork-at-home and mobile employeeand in the USEPA Climate Leadersprograms with participation of nearlyand the Chicago Climate Exchange.one-third of the global workforce.When assessing its energy conser-IBM services and IT applications are ena-Many IBM locations also support thevation results, IBM only recognizesbling energy conservation. Our consulting anduse of public transit and car poolingthose projects which actually reduceor avoid the consumption of energyresearch teams have engaged in projects withand provide shuttle services or loanvehicles in “ commuter choice ” pro-in its operations ; not reductions re-grams. In the US, these programssulting from downsizings and actionsbusiness processes and save energy. A trafficconserved over 5    million gallons ofmotivated by cost avoidance, suchmanagement system trial in Stockholm, us-fuel in 2006 ( avoiding 69,000 tonsas fuel switching and off-peak loading RFID and image recognition technology toof CO2 emissions ).shifting. All IBM emissions data isgenerate time of day tolling reduced rush hoursubject to independent audits.traffic by 100,000 vehicles, reduced conges-costs 20-40 %, with attendant savings in spaceand personnel.businesses and public agencies which improvetion by 25 % and encouraged 40,000 people touse mass transit during the first month of a seven month trial.Work with the steel industry improved production scheduling,die designs and inventory planning reducing slab wastagemarch 2007by 40 to 50 % with attendant energy savings.www.panda.org/climatebusiness 1986 Panda symbol WWF – World Wide Fund For Nature (  Formerly World Wildlife Fund  ) “WWF” & “ living planet” are WWF Registered Trademarks – 07.6and 18,000   MWh in 2005 and 2006. Detailed engineering

A WWF Climate Saver partnersince March 2000Third largest US Corporate purchaserof Clean EnergyWhat Johnson & Johnson has promisedas a Climate SaverBy 2010, to reduce greenhouse gas emissionsfrom all facilities worldwide to 7 % below 1990 levelsTo reduce vehicle fleet emissions by 30  %per mile driven over 2003 levelsThe Johnson & Johnson achievementTo significantly exceed its goal five years early, reducingemissions to 11.5  % below 1990 levels by 2005, during aperiod when sales increased by over 350  %“We are responsibleto the communitiesin which we workand to the worldcommunity as well”Johnson & Johnson credoJohnson & Johnson is a corporate champion of renewableenergy, with innovative projects worldwide.Climate Friendly Energy PolicyJohnson & Johnson’s emissions reduction achievement hasbeen driven by its commitment of all its operational units toEnergy Policy which stresses energy efficiency improvements,on-site electricity co-generation, on-site renewable energygeneration, purchases of renewable electricity and carbontrading and sequestration.This has meant that Johnson & Johnson is currently thesecond largest corporate user of on-site solar photovoltaicenergy in the United States, in addition to being one of thelargest corporate purchasers of wind power in the country in2005. Green power accounted for 30  % of the company’stotal US energy use in 2005 and included windpower, on-sitesolar, low-impact hydro and renewable energy certificates. InEurope, almost half of the company’s electricity comes fromrenewable supplies.Through its 10-stage energy best practices model, Johnson& Johnson is reaping more than 30 million in annualized energyefficiency savings from projects completed in the past decade.

“WWF” & “ living planet” are WWF Registered Trademarks – 07.6The next phase – reducing mobileemissionsIn 2005, Johnson & Johnson estimated its vehicle fleet ofaround 35,000 vehicles produced about 250,000 tonnes ofCO2 emissions. The company has planned on-going actionto better estimate and report mobile emissions and hasInnovatorsin on-site powergeneration 1986 Panda symbol WWF – World Wide Fund For Nature (  Formerly World Wildlife Fund  )committed itself to a 30  % reduction in fleet vehicle emissions per mile driven, from 2003 levels of emissions. Liftingthe number of hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles is one element of the plan to tackle mobile emissions, along with training for employees on avoiding wasteful driving practices. In2005, Johnson & Johnson had 300 hybrid vehicles, plannedto order another 300 in 2006 and an additional 1000 in 2007.State of the artsolarAt the Alza Pharmaceutical fa-The Johnson & Johnson Consumercility in Mountain View, California,Companies Inc facility at Skillman,methane gas collected from a localNew Jersey operates the largest,landfill is used to fire a 3-megawatthighest output ground mounted solarco-generation system, avoiding 7000photovoltaic generating facility in thetonnes of CO2 annually. Other uniqueeastern United States. The secret toprojects include the use of wood-its efficiency is a solar tracking system,chips as a carbon-neutral fuel for aestimated to improve the perform-boiler at Cilag AG in Schaffhausen,ance of the 505 kilowatt facility bySwitzerland, and a geothermal heat-20 % over fixed solar arrays.ing and cooling system at a facilityin France. Johnson & Johnson alsopioneered the use of on-site rooftopwind turbines at the Kirkton campus of Johnson & Johnson Medicalmarch 2007Limited in Livingston, Scotland.www.panda.org/climatebusiness

A WWF Climate Saver partnersince November 2001World’s leader in building materialsbreaks the mouldWhat Lafarge has promisedas a Climate SaverBy 2010, to reduce its absolute gross emissionsin industrialized countries to 10 % below 1990 levelsBy 2010, to reduce worldwide net emissions per tonneof cement to 20 % below 1990 levelsThe Lafarge achievementBy 2005, Lafarge had reduced absolute gross emissions inindustrialized countries to 8.3  % below 1990 levelsBy 2005, Lafarge had cut worldwide net emissions per tonneof cement to 12.7 % below 1990 levels“In the long run, we believethat all necessary action shouldbe taken to cap the globalaverage temperature increaseto a maximum of 2 C1.Since 2001, Lafarge has madea voluntary commitment toreduce the CO2 emissionsgenerated by the worldwidescope of its operations.With this ambitious policy,the Group intends to preserveits lead while continuing toIn an industry sector responsible for significant emissions,Lafarge is providing leadership through its own exampleand in its active involvement in sector wide initiatives.Further, as a major supplier of building materials, Lafargeis seeking to promote better emissions performancein building construction and operation.Waste into fuel, waste into cementCement production overall currently accounts for about fivepercent of human-sourced greenhouse gas emissions. Abouthalf the emissions of cement making come from the processof decarbonating limestone and 40  % are from associatedfuel consumption.drive the entire sector forwardLafarge’s strategy to reduce its CO2 emissions focuses todayin this direction”on four main levers:Lafarge Sustainability Report 2005Improving energy efficiency by modernizing plantsand processesUsing alternative raw materials in the production of cementUsing alternative fuels, particularly biomassUsing additives (slag, fly ash, limestone, pozzolans, etc.)in cement production.In 2005, Lafarge devoted 14 % of its research and developmentexpenditure to research into new ways of achieving reductionsin its CO2 emissions.

“WWF” & “ living planet” are WWF Registered Trademarks – 07.6Setting an exampleLafarge is an undoubted sector leader in highlighting climatechange issues and committing itself to emission reductions ofabout twice the levels prescribed for industrialized countriesunder the Kyoto protocol. However it is also extending itsinterest and influence on the issue beyond its own sector tothe possibility of helping reduce emissions in the area whereits products are put to use. Studies indicate that buildingsWind poweredcementproduction inMorocco 1986 Panda symbol WWF – World Wide Fund For Nature (  Formerly World Wildlife Fund  )account for 40  % ( of the world’s human-caused CO 2 emissions ) throughout their active lives. The company has accordingly committed itself to working with architects, developers,government and research institutions and the constructionindustry to improve the energy efficiency of buildings. Lafargesupports and participates in the European Emissions Trading Scheme and has a number of completed and prospective Clean Development Mechanism projects in developingcountries. Lafarge’s pioneer commitment in 2000 to reduceits CO2 emissions has been followed by other leading cementcompanies.Biomass poweredcementproduction inMalaysiaLafarge’s Tetouan cement plant isThe Rawang and Kanthan cement50 % powered by an adjacent 12plants in Malaysia source 5 % ofturbine wind farm, registered intheir thermal energy needs from theSeptember 2005 as the first CDMcombustion of palm kernel shells, aproject for Morocco and France. Thewaste product from the local palmwind farm, designed in associationoil industry. This initiative, recognizedwith local communities to keep openas a CDM project in 2006, producescorridors used by migratory birds,annual savings in CO2 emissions ofreduces the cement plant’s emissions60,000 tonnes.march 2007by 30,000 tonnes per year.www.panda.org/climatebusiness

A WWF Climate Saver partnersince October 2001Running against Global WarmingWhat Nike has promisedas a Climate SaverTo reduce CO2 emissions from business travel and Nike-ownedand operated facilities ( over 20 K    sq   ft ) and servicesto 13 % below 1998 levels by the end of 2005.Create baselines for Nike’s major subcontracted footwearand clothing manufacturing facilities by the end of 2003and determine an emissions reduction strategy for thesefacilities during 2005.Examine Nike’s supply chain for opportunities toreduce greenhouse gas emissions from supply chain activitiesand determine by 2005 a greenhouse gas reductionstrategy for logistics.Remove greenhouse gas emissions from its products.“Going forward, we also seeThe Nike achievementenergy sources could put us aheadEmissions targets for Nike-owned facilities achieved throughconservation despite significant growth in facility footprint.Reductions achieved through green power buys and offsetspurchased for business travel.Emissions calculated for significant contracted manufacturing and logistics areas and programs for emissionsreductions being developed for areas of greatest impact.of the predicted cost curve.Greenhouse gases no longer used in products.that energy efficiency measurescan help reduce our costs.In a world where fossil fuelsbecome increasingly expensive,a transition to more greenReaching future targets, once theyare formalized, may enableus to see revenue generated fromcarbon trading and promotelegal compliance with regulationsemerging in different parts ofthe world.”Sarah Severn, Director, CR HorizonsReducing Nike emissionsFor its own baselines, leading global footwear and sportsequipment company Nike chose 1998 as the earliest year forwhich sufficiently detailed and verified information on emissionsexisted. Energy efficiency projects have now lowered the company’s total facility emissions below 1998 levels while facilitiesgrew by approximately 6 %. In addition, Nike purchased greenpower equivalent to approximately 20 % of all electricity thatis used in its major owned and operated facilities worldwide.Nike’s European distribution center installed six wind turbines,with the capacity to power the center ( approximately twomillion square feet ) in partnership with its local power supplier.Nike also offset the majority of its business travel CO2 emissionsthrough partnerships with air carriers, rental car companies,

“WWF” & “ living planet” are WWF Registered Trademarks – 07.6government energy departments and the CO2 retail market.Moving forward the company intends to purchase increasedamounts of green power. By the end of 2006 the greenpower buy is estimated to have increased to over 35 % ofmajor owned and operated facilities. 1986 Panda symbol WWF – World Wide Fund For Nature (  Formerly World Wildlife Fund  )Nike takes a broad view of itsclimate responsibilitiesNike joined Climate Savers in 2001 with a commitment to notonly reduce its own emissions but to also attend to the emissions of its suppliers and logistic operations. As is not uncommon, these outside emissions dwarf those of Nike itself anda large part of the early phase of Nike’s action on climate hasbeen in quantifyin

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