Origin Energy endorses We Mean Business commitmentsBY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | WEDNESDAY, 21 OCT 2015 9:23AM
Origin Energy has endorsed all seven of the the CDP/We Mean Business climate leadership platform commitments.Read more: Origin, We Mean Business, CDP, Origin Energy, GL Energy, James Day, Australian Ethical Investment, AXA Group, BT Group, Catholic Super, CLP Holdings, Coca Cola Co, Colgate Palmolive, Colonial First State Investment, GdF Suez, HESTA, Hewlett-Packard, Honda, IKEA, Infigen Energy, Kellogg Company, Konica Minolta, L'Oreal, Lenovo, Local Government Super, Mars, Nestle, Nissan, Novion Property Group, Pepsi, Plato Investment Management, Ricoh, Schneider Electric, Shell, Siemens, Swiss Re, UCA Funds Management, Unilever, University of Sydney, Veolia, VicSuper, Westpac
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