“What is noteworthy is that 2010 is an amazing year because we have for the first time really decoupled emissions from revenue,” said Peter Graf, SAP’s chief sustainability officer, and thus striving towards something many companies aspire to do: reducing its greenhouse gas emissions while increasing its revenue. In its latest sustainability report, SAP details how its efforts to reduce its carbon footprint are paying off, including boosting green power to nearly half of its electricity use, nudging its employees toward low-carbon commuting and investing in videoconferencing technologies. At the same time, business is booming. Read the full article.
SAP Report Confirms Decoupling of Emissions and Revenue
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