Climate change is a global crisis that requires urgent action. In a year when their effects hit the headlines again – not least due to unprecedented chemical spills from container ships or fires in California – it should be noted that the problem of climate change and its negative consequences is becoming more common, and awareness of the problem and the public activism continues to grow. Each company should remember that it is responsible for minimizing its negative impact on the climate and maintaining the transparency of its activities so that partners and customers can make informed and environmentally sustainable decisions.
Last year was also the beginning of an era in which virtual communication has become a permanent part of the awareness of business and consumers. It has grown considerably in popularity as countries around the world imposed blockages and restrictions on collection and movement. Entrepreneurs, wanting to adapt to the new sanitary realities, were looking for methods to stay in touch and keep their business on the market. Reducing an organization's carbon footprint is also based on reducing the electricity consumption of both offices and manufacturing plants. The key to business success in this aspect may be the use of renewable energy sources and sustainable emission management.
“Poly's manufacturing facility in Tijuana, Mexico, has one of the largest rooftop solar projects in Latin America, with 4,284 panels covering an area the size of two soccer fields. All our three main plants in San Jose, Santa Cruz, and Hoofddorp have solar installations,” Jakub Abramczyk, Poly expert, commented.
"We have implemented a dedicated system in our organization that deals with the management of carbon dioxide emissions, which allowed us to streamline the data collection processes and consolidate all information in one place," he added.