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Philips announced today that by 2012, it aims for 30% of total revenues to come from Green Products, compared with 15% of group sales in 2006.
Philips employees climb Kilimanjaro to "Save the Snow"
A group of 43 Philips employees, their families and friends will be setting off to climb the 5,895 meters of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania this January. The team aims to promote energy efficient lighting to help solve climate change and raise money for the Oxfam Novib water irrigation project in Tanzania. A special web site has been set up to accept pledges for donations. Click here
Philips sets target to double sales from Green Products to 30% of total revenues within five years
Philips announced today that it has improved its sustainability performance in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes for the fourth consecutive year, showing that the company continues to capitalize on the growing demand for energy efficient and eco-friendly products.
Philips global sector leader in sustainability
Philips is once again among the companies on the 2007 Sustainable Business 20 (SB20) List: The World’s Top Sustainable Stocks.
Philips among the world’s most sustainable stocks
As the world’s leading lighting provider, Philips showed solutions in energy efficiency can be simple and achievable. This message reached the millions who tuned into the Live Earth concerts.
Philips at Live Earth
Philips and business leaders from 153 companies worldwide have committed to speeding up action on climate change and called on governments to agree as soon as possible on measures to secure workable and inclusive climate market mechanisms post 2012, when the Kyoto Protocol expires.
Philips signs “Caring for Climate: “The Business Leadership Platform”— A Statement by the Business Leaders of the UN Global Compact
Philips today announced its global consumer campaign showing that solutions for reducing energy consumption can be simple and actionable without compromising on quality of life.
Philips calls for a simple switch to reduce energy consumption
Royal Philips Electronics and Live Earth announced today Philips’ global partnership with Live Earth in the campaign to combat global warming.
Philips announces global partnership with Live Earth
Philips today announced it has formally signed on to the United Nations Global Compact. In a letter to the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Philips CEO Gerard Kleisterlee confirmed that Philips supports the 10 principles of the Global Compact with respect to human rights, labor standards, protection of the environment and anti-corruption. With its longstanding commitment to improve the quality of people’s lives, Philips is in a good position to support and advance these principles.
Philips supports the UN Global Compact
On the occasion of publishing the Philips Sustainability Report 2006, Philips said that sales of its Green Products rose to more than EUR 4 billion in 2006.

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