Today Dell announced we are the first computer company to join The Climate Group, a leading global organization working with political and business leaders on carbon reduction strategies. We made the announcement at a conference in Houston organized by The Climate Group called: Challenges and Opportunities in a Carbon Constrained World.
This move helps Dell meet goals outlined in our climate policies. We'll be connected with leaders from other companies and policy makers around the globe addressing carbon reduction and have access to shared resources on policy development and renewable power access. Dell will be involved with TCG working groups on carbon neutrality and supply chain operations.
Dell's climate policy continues to address emissions from:
We'll continue to report our progress on working towards our climate protection goals in this space. As always I look forward to your comments and questions.
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I find it amazing that DELL believe's they can help anyone when they can't even support their own customer base.
Their equipment fails and their support is the worst in this country. With Apple and HP out there, you have to be an idiot to purchase anything from DELL.
If you do purchase from DELL, you deserve everything you get, and by the way, you better know at least 3 launguages to try and speak to their so called customer support.