Resolute Recognized by CN for Sustainability Practices

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Resolute has been recognized by the CN EcoConnexions Partnership Program for the fourth consecutive year. The program celebrates CN customers and supply chain partners who demonstrate their dedication to sustainability initiatives, including emission reductions and energy efficiency.

Our climate change mitigation efforts take many forms, from dramatically reducing our greenhouse gas emissions to producing renewable energy. We also go beyond simply complying with environmental regulations, monitoring our performance according to Global Reporting Initiative standards, and reporting our footprint to CDP, a global reporting system for organizations, cities and governments, since 2006.

”CN is proud to recognize our partners for their efforts to reduce supply chain emissions, increase energy efficiency and drive sustainable business practices,” said Mark Lerner, vice president of marketing and business development at CN. “On behalf of our EcoConnexions partners and in collaboration with Tree Canada, we are planting 120,000 trees in 2019 in Canada and the United States honouring these sustainability leaders for the work they do in their individual businesses and across their supply chains as we work together in the transition to a lower carbon economy.”

”We are pleased to share CN’s commitment to building an efficient and more sustainable future,” noted Martin Sénéchal, Resolute’s vice president, Procurement. ”Resolute is pleased to be once again selected as an EcoConnexions Partner.”

CN (Canadian National Railway Company) is a valuable partner to Resolute, transporting our products safely and sustainably by rail to customers across North America, as well as to shipping hubs where barges carry the loads to our international customers.


Source: The Resolute Blog

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