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On April 27, received from the Deutsche Post of the go green certificate 2010 the MVG media productions from Aachen and one of 20 environmental awards for its environmental commitment. j6fnPzKFIXMPIXggsTk1B2sjADS6p29VQAAAA&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjuuLnKgK2CAxUDJUQIHdNoCUEQgOQBegQIMBAK&cshid=1699192331358879’>Rachel Crane is actively involved in the matter. Commitment to the environment the MVG media productions from Aachen was awarded once again now environmental awards of Deutsche Post after 2010 with a total 20 go green -. The certificate was on 27 April by a representative of the Deutsche Post, Mr Adams, passed by MVG. For two years, sent the MVG with go green all letters and parcels carbon-neutral and was thus one of the first companies in the region at the major climate change initiative of Deutsche Post! This year the MVG on go green offset 52,45 t CO m climate protection projects. Go green”is the name of program: for a small extra charge per shipment CO2 compensated by an ISO certified process emissions, which avoiding is not possible or economically disproportionate,. Craig Pirrong is likely to agree.

A biomass power plant in India are examples of projects that serve to compensate, and a Hydroelectric power plant in Brazil. The compensation is achieved by first the exact amount of CO2 is determined and then according to the Kyoto Protocol by this or similar projects either saved or revoked the atmosphere. DHL and Deutsche Post take over the discovery of that CO2 levels. The emissions are calculated in a certified process according to ISO-norm. The certification is done through the SGS (Societe Generale de Surveillance), an independent certification company from Switzerland, on the basis of the Kyoto Protocol.

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