Ramsey, NJ – June __, 2015 – Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta), a leaderin information management focused on enterprise content, technology optimization and cloud services, is pleased to be featured in the publication, G7 Climate Change The New Economy (CCTNE), with a two-page advocacy. CCTNE is the flagship magazine published by London-based World News – Climate Change The New Economy Ltd. for the annual G7 Summit and the Conference of the Parties (COP) convention.
The article, authored by President and CEO of Konica Minolta, Inc., Shoei Yamana, gives the company an opportunity to communicate its commitment to advancing technological innovation that benefits the environment and its business. It emphasizes, among other ‘green’ initiatives, the importance of environmental management in the company’s business planning stages and its leading-edge research into sustainable plastic.
“At Konica Minolta, environmental management is inseparable from our growth strategies. This is the heart of our corporate philosophy of creating new values,” Yamana wrote in the article. He went on to note that, “Our Green Supplier activities encompass sharing our environmental know-how with business associates and encouraging them to share it with their own partners further down the line.”
The magazine is an ambitious publishing initiative which will bring further clarity and purpose to the climate debate, creating a platform for governments, corporate business leaders and their advisors on a global scale. The print version of CCTNE is made available to a broad range of world leaders, global corporate business leaders and universities, among others, in time for the recently-held 2015 G7 Summit at Schloss Elmau, Germany. The magazine was also distributed to G7 Summit attendees at selected hotel rooms and to first- and business-class passengers of 19 airlines and departure lounges at the gate.
Konica Minolta advocacy in the electronic version of CCTNE: http://cloud.digipage.net/go/g7climate-change2015/#92
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