Recently, SC Johnson has stated it has won another Climate Leadership Award. SC Johnson has established a harsh objective of additionally decreasing GHG emissions by 15%, by the end of 2020, meaning that SC Johnson will eventually cut off more than 15,000 metric tons of ejections.
“SC Johnson is honored to receive this award that recognizes the aggressive goals that we set and consistently meets for greenhouse gas management. Using renewable energy is part of our long-term commitment to being a leader in responsible manufacturing, and protecting environmental resources for future generations,” declared the CEO and Chairman of SC Johnson, Fisk Johnson.
This is the 4th award SC Johnson has won thanks to its environmental-friendly strategic planning
However, the recent award won by SC Johnson is not a premiere for the company
The Climate Leadership Award for GHG Management was won by SC Johnson for three times before, the latest award is the 4th, in fact.
This year’s award won by SC Johnson during the annual Climate Leadership Conference, which was held in Denver.
The Climate Leadership Conference gathers together heads from academia, enterprise, non-profit organizations, and government communities to discuss climate change by business solutions, political strategies, and new discoveries.
SC Johnson uses alternative energy to protect the environment
SC Johnson has adopted green sources of energy for 13 years now. All over the world, more than 30% of SC Johnson’s energy consumption came from renewable sources, such as Eolian turbines, solar panels, or biogas (biofuel).
For its production plants in Wisconsin, the USA, and Netherlands SC Johnson uses wind turbines, in China, it uses solar panels, while in Indonesia, SC Johnson uses biogas, which is a fuel produced from residues.
Besides, SC Johnson is also buying reusable energy.
In conclusion, the Climate Leadership Award won recently by SC Johnson for the 4th time is, in fact, the company’s trademarks for commitment to environmental protection.
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