Achieving economic growth while respecting people and the environment is at the heart of JCDecaux’s model
Coinciding with the Climate Week, which takes place in New York from September 23rd to September 29th, JCDecaux has restated its commitment to fighting global warming.
Sustainable development and energy efficiency are driving the development of innovative new services that are ecological, aesthetically pleasing and highly functional. JCDecaux strives to provide solutions with a minimal environmental impact.
Our eco-designed furniture and the quality of our maintenance practices make it possible to refurbish our furniture throughout our concessions, extending the useful life of each fixture and reducing our carbon emissions.
Tackling climate change is a responsibility of us all, solutions are in the hands of each person, every business. It is our hope that more cities will include sustainability criteria with significant scoring weight in their tender requirements as Copenhagen did.Jean-François DecauxChairman of the Executive Board and Co-CEO of JCDecaux
JCDecaux, the fiRSt Out-Of-Home Media company to join RE100 initiative
JCDecaux’s determination is also reflected in its objective of sourcing 100% of its electricity consumption from green electricity by 2022. The Group is proud to join the RE100, which brings together businesses around the world to promote 100% renewable electricity.
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JCDecaux also commits its media space to communicate the fight against climate change
During the recent C40 events in San Francisco (Global Climate Summit), Mexico and Paris (Women4Climate), JCDecaux publicized messages to help spread awareness about climate change. The company underscores this message on its New York inventory during this upcoming Climate Week with a graphic art installation created by the Danish designer and artist, Per Arnoldi, to highlight awareness about Global Warming. JCDecaux is not only a committed company, it is also a responsible, powerful and efficient media firm, generating more than 800 million of views each day and helping to raise awareness.
Warning Global Warming: a poster project by Per Arnoldi with JCDecaux