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SAP to Go Carbon Neutral by 2025

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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, 15 May 2017,-/African Press Association (APA)/– Addressing this worldwide challenge is both an obligation as well as an opportunity for businesses.

In addition, SAP has set ambitious internal carbon targets.

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Avoid – Reduce – Compensate

This means:

* Avoid: Whenever possible, SAP aims first to avoid the creation of GHG, e.g. usage of virtual telecommunication.

* Reduce: If emissions cannot be avoided, SAP seeks to drive efficiency and reduce GHG emissions, e.g. building efficiency, data center operations, carpooling and car sharing, e-mobility.

Technology Innovation Can Make a Difference

SAP and the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals
Following the launch of the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs, or the UN Global Goals) in September 2015, SAP mobilized additional resources and employees worldwide to help governments and citizens achieve these 17 urgent global goals that range from ending poverty, protecting the planet to fighting diseases, and ensuring prosperity for all by 2030.

Distributed by African Press Association (APA) on behalf of SAP South Africa