JCI Teams with Prince Albert II Foundation on Climate Change

JCI Teams with Prince Albert II Foundation on Climate Change

Johnson Controls and the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, a leading global environmental foundation, are joining forces to address the issues of energy efficiency and climate change throughout Europe and the Mediterranean.

Both parties have agreed to explore a range of possible projects, events and other areas of collaboration to elevate awareness and action on the topic of energy efficiency and its positive impact on global climate change.

“Energy efficiency has never been more important than right now. Our goal is to establish a series of joint activities that will educate and influence governments, businesses and individuals to think and act on energy efficiency and climate change,” says John P. Murphy, vice president and managing director of European Systems and Services, Johnson Controls.

“We want to create a driving force in Europe and the Mediterranean that represents a call to action for public and private sector organizations to promote the implementation of projects and programs designed to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. We view this alliance with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation as an excellent platform through which we can communicate broadly and make a difference.”

“The Foundation strives to act as an accelerator of projects and solutions for the environment and we feel this alliance with Johnson Controls will assist us to encourage sustainable development and help drive action to reverse the effects of climate change. The objectives desired by H.S.H. the Sovereign Prince are to stimulate thought and activity within business, government, individual and NGO communities to jointly act upon climate change and increase awareness on the topic of energy efficiency and the important role it plays,” says H.E. Bernard Fautrier, vice president and chief executive officer, Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation.


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