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HP - Reducing Climate EmissionsHP - Reducing Climate Emissions

Videoconferencing has been around for many years now. However due to slow data transfer speeds, low video quality and the inability to do multiple functions at the same time, such as share presentations, businesses did not see videoconferencing as a replacement for face-to-face meetings. Hewlett Packard's Halo Telepresence is a revolutionary teleconferencing solution that is helping companies all over the world reduce their climate footprint.

Rezidor Hotel GroupRezidor Hotel Group

The global hotel industry uses large amounts of energy and plenty of other natural resources in the day-to-day running of its properties. 'Going Green' is more than a mere fad for a lot of the players in the industry. With energy accounting for between 3 and 6% of running costs, it also makes better business sense. The Rezidor Hotel Group is an industry leader in sustainable practices and is adopting measures that are suited to each individual property.

UNEP Chief Addresses UN Security Council Debate on Climate Change and SecurityUNEP Chief Addresses UN Security Council Debate on Climate Change and Security

UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner delivers an address on the impact of climate change on maintaining international peace and security.

British TelecomBritish Telecom

BT has long recognised that corporate responsibility goes
hand in hand with growing a sustainable business model. From the top to the very
bottom, the company has actively set out to transform the way it is run – and as
a result has reduced its carbon footprint, saved millions in annual expenditure,
and increased worker productivity by 20%. In India, BT, Cisco and the NGO One
World South Asia have launched a telephone-based information service that has


Although the amount of energy needed to produce a ton of steel has been reduced by a third since 1972, the steel industry is today the single largest energy-consuming industry in the world. It accounts for almost 4% of global greenhouse gas emissions. The biggest challenge for the steel industry has been to come up with new and innovative technologies that help reduce climate emissions and Austrian steelmaker Voestalpine have established themselves as a world leader in developing and using advan

World Environment Day 2011 press conferenceWorld Environment Day 2011 press conference

World Environment Day press conference on Forests in a Green Economy and Conference of Rural Women; Nature and Livelihood Women’s Perspective

World 10Km MarathonWorld 10Km Marathon

World 10Km Marathon in Bangalore on June 5th

WED Thank you message from Rahul BoseWED Thank you message from Rahul Bose

WED Thank you message from Rahul Bose

World Environment Day 2011 celebrations in New DelhiWorld Environment Day 2011 celebrations in New Delhi

Day 2 of World Environment Day: Plantation to create a new forest at the edge of New Delhi and a green haat(market) to work with people producing natural products to preserve the environment

Indian Minister Jairam Ramesh on World Environment Day 2011Indian Minister Jairam Ramesh on World Environment Day 2011

UNEP’s Satinder Bindra interviews the Indian Minister about India’s commitment to the environment

WED Challenge IndiaWED Challenge India

Bollywood stars, Priyanka Chopra and Rahul Bose go head to head for the India WED Challenge.

Bollywood Vs Hollywood WED ChallengeBollywood Vs Hollywood WED Challenge

It's time for Bollywood to take on Hollywood in order to garner support for the environment. Bollywood star Rahul Bose takes on the Hollywood WED challengers Don and Gisele. Whose side are you on?