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  • World Environment Day 2017: Working Towards a Cleaner Planet

    , Executive Vice President and General Counsel

    World-Environment-Day-Save-Earth1What can we do about global warming? That’s the question individuals, corporations and organizations are being challenged to ponder today in honor of World Environment Day 2017. Celebrated annually, World Environment Day is the United Nations’ annual push to promote awareness and action for the protection of our planet.

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    Corporate Citizenship, From Our Experts, Sustainability

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    Inventing greener ways to help the planet

    , Senior Vice President, Business Intelligence Services and Product Planning

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    As Daylight Savings Time comes to an end this weekend, you’re probably lamenting the shorter days and the requisite clock-changing ritual. And you’re probably wondering why we still have to deal with it.

    Daylight Savings Time first appeared in the US in the mid 1900s and was standardized in the 1960s as a way to help reduce energy usage during the early evening hours, when everyone was home and the most energy was consumed.

    A lot has changed since the 1960s. Today, with growing concerns about climate change, extreme weather and depleted natural resources, the world is always looking for new ways to reduce the impact we have on the planet.

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    Corporate Citizenship, Leadership, Thought Leaders

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    Continued Efforts & Innovation in CSR Initiatives

    , Senior Vice President, Business Intelligence Services and Product Planning

    aerial_shotOctober was an exciting month at our Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. headquarters in Ramsey, NJ. As part of our commitment to sustainability, we hosted the formal ribbon cutting of “Project Sunway.”  A 967,000 kWh solar energy system installed in the parking lots of Konica Minolta’s offices, Project Sunway will produce 15-18 percent of the energy needs for the buildings. Based on standards set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, this project will offset the CO2 emissions from 132 passenger vehicles, or the electricity used by 84 homes per year. (more…)

    Corporate Citizenship, Leadership, Sustainability, Technology, Thought Leaders

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