Topic about: Climate change

Stories about Climate change
2 November, 2011

A telltale sign

2 November, 2011

It’s that time of year again. There is a flurry of activity among pollsters in the run-up to climate negotiations in Durban in late November.

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12 September, 2011

Looking ahead through your eyes

12 September, 2011

This is our first post on the Electrolux Future InSight blog, a forum we’ve designed to explore questions about the challenges of the future, and our role in tackling them.

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Electrolux defines its first Group-wide energy reductions target and launches its Eco-Savings website.

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Electrolux defines three-part climate strategy. The European Commission’s Sustainability Energy Award recognizes Electrolux for its ongoing commitment to reducing energy.

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22 September, 2010

Sustainable design

22 September, 2010

Initially sustainable design focused on creating products with the least possible negative impact on the environment, featuring eco-sound materials, energy efficiency, easy recycling. For Electrolux, sustainable design means all of these things and more....

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Innovative products, a strong brand and cost efficiency underpin the Electrolux business strategy. Our approach to sustainability reinforces these priorities.

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Tackling climate change is a responsibility Electrolux takes seriously. It is an issue that also presents opportunities. Our climate-smart appliances meet the demands of growing numbers of engaged consumers.

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Climate change is a core and highly relevant issue for Electrolux. With our strong focus on innovation, global presence and broad consumer interface, Electrolux is in a position to effect positive change.

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With the participation of a group of avant-garde Chefs at Electrolux Professional headquarters, the international culinary project Cook it Raw was presented to journalists and food critics on January 22.

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Electrolux CEO Hans Stråberg challenged policy-makers to introduce consumer incentives for exchanging outdated, energy-thirsty appliances in an op-ed piece in Dagens Industri , Sweden’s leading industry newspaper (August 24).

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