Danone’s 30% target for CO2 reduction by 2012: we measure it
In 2008, Danone set an ambitious goal of a 30 percent global carbon footprint reduction by 2012 across the entire supply chain, including plants and factories, packaging and end-of-cycle disposal, transportation and storage.
To meet this challenge, Danone and SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) have brought together their expertise and know-how to build an innovative solution that measures the company’s environmental footprint.
On the 6th of December we organized a press conference at Danone’s headquarters in Paris with Myriam Cohen-Welgryn (Vice President Nature of Danone), Jean-Marc Lagoutte (CIO of Danone) and Nicolas Sekkaki (Managing Director of SAP France & Maghreb ).
Here is a selection of the best articles released on the Internet about this collaboration between SAP and Danone:
If it matters measure it. If it’s new build a new frame of reference. by @bduperrin
SAP Calculates the Carbon Footprint of a Yogurt Cup. by @FierceCIO
Danone and SAP Team Up to Analyze and Measure Carbon Footprint Across 35,000 Products. by @CleanTechies