Leading companies continue to embrace TAKE2, with one of world’s most famous premium car manufacturers, BMW Group Australia, becoming Victoria’s 600th business to pledge to take action on climate change.
As a third-generation power worker, Morwell local Chris Barfoot had, in his words, “a soul stained as brown as lignite.” Now he is part of a radical initiative to help his community transition to renewable energy.
Today’s electricity prices are enough to make anyone break out in a cold sweat, with many businesses feeling the heat. One tech company’s solution is an innovation for controlling the climate of our buildings more efficiently, which could also prove good for the climate of our planet.
As part of a drive by global manufacturer Mars to reduce its emissions, TAKE2 member Mars Petcare Australia is set to benefit from recently signed power-purchase agreements with renewable energy company Total Eren.
The major university in Melbourne’s west has joined other Victorian tertiary institutions in signing up to TAKE2, reinforcing its commitment to act on climate change. The pledge comes as work ramps up at Victoria University’s Sunshine campus on its newest green building.
One of Australia’s most iconic companies, Carlton & United Breweries (CUB), has shown it is serious about cutting greenhouse gas emissions, recently signing up to TAKE2 on the back of a huge investment in renewable energy.