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Business for Climate

47 businesses have committed to working together with the City of Oslo to reach some rather ambtions environmental goals. 

The companies are part of Business for Climate, a network of businesses cooperating to make Oslo world-leading on environmental and climate initiatives. 

Business for Climate represent almost 25.000 and the companies range in size. 

 

Oslo Business Region writes:

The transport and construction sectors typically represent activities that are causing damage to the environment, which makes it important and good that many of the big businesses here, like NCC and Asplan Viak and the Port of Oslo, Herz and Posten, are partners in Business for Climate. Finance institutions like DNB and Storebrand, educational institutions like the University of Oslo, ICT giants IBM and Telenor, and global actors Siemens and Accenture are all in, alongside branch organisations like OREEC and smaller startups like Greenteam and Ecocube."

 

To read more, please visit their website here.

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