September 23, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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New Study Finds Online Activities Can Save Energy and Cut CO2 Emissions in the United States and Europe

Organizer: Verizon Communications Inc.

Date: 06.26.12, 11:00AM – 06.26.12, 12:00PM ET



Website: TBD

Join host Elaine Cohen, CSRwire contributing writer and CEO of Beyond Business, John A. Laitner, ACEEE Director of Economic and Social Analysis, Luis Neves, GeSI Chairman, and Chris Lloyd, Executive Director of Public Policy and Corporate Responsibility, Verizon, on June 26th at 11a.m. EST for an engaging 60 minute webinar delving into GeSI's latest study "Measuring the Energy Reduction Impact of Selected Broadband-Enabled Activities Within Households."

This new study proves online activities can save energy and cut CO2 emissions in the United States and Europe by millions of metric tons annually.

John A. Laitner, director of economic and social analysis for the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, will provide context and dig deeper into a recent report issued Tuesday, June 19 by the Global e-Sustainability Initiative, that increased use of simple and convenient online activities like teleworking and online shopping can reduce carbon emissions by millions of metric tons and deliver significant energy savings.

To register for this free webinar click here. Or join in on the Twitter chat #vzenergysave.

For more information, please contact:

Phone: 908-559-6367


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