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EcoAct development in the US: what’s new?

EcoAct development in the US: what’s new?

EcoAct now offers Green-e® Climate certified offsets! EcoAct is excited to announce that we now provide our clients with Green-e® Climate certified offsets. This will allow us to serve our clients who aim to go carbon neutral with additional assurance. Furthermore,...

EcoAct development in the US: what’s new?

EcoAct now offers Green-e® Climate certified offsets! EcoAct is excited to announce that we now provide our clients with Green-e® Climate certified offsets. This will allow us to serve our clients who aim to go carbon neutral with additional assurance. Furthermore,...

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EcoAct is awarded Great Place to Work® certification!

EcoAct is awarded Great Place to Work® certification!

EcoAct France has been awarded Great Place to Work® certification, an award which recognises companies with a good working environment. Well-being at work, a performance factor. Because the performance of organisations relies particularly on the well-being of its team...

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The United States withdraws from the Paris Agreement

On 1 June 2017, American President Donald Trump announced his intention of pulling the United States out of the Paris Agreement on climate change. What is the impact of his decision? What are its implications, and how should companies and territories respond? While...

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Science Based Targets: ATOS targets approved

A pioneering approach and a step further in the Group's commitment to tackle climate change. ATOS are the first publicly listed company in the technology sector in France to have set and had their science based target approved by the Science Based Targets Initiative...

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EcoAct and Alliantis join forces

Paris, February 10, 2017 - The world is today experiencing an unprecedented economic, social and environmental change. For the second consecutive year, the Davos Economic Forum has put the mismanagement of the environment as the top threat to the global economy. As...

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