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Environmental´s commitments

Gamesa fully assumes voluntary commitments in the areas of sustainability, climate change and the defense of fundamental human rights and freedoms. The most significant initiatives worth highlighting include:

Paris Pledge for Action: Gamesa signed the Paris Pledge for Action (L’Appel de Paris), which affirms our strong support for the adoption of the new universal climate agreement at COP21 in Paris.

American Business Act on Climate Change: Gamesa has joined the American Business Act on Climate Pledge, joining more than 140 companies from across the American economy that are standing with the Obama Administration to demonstrate an ongoing commitment to climate action and to voice support for a strong outcome to the COP21 Paris climate negotiations.

Caring for Climate: The Business Leadership Platform. This initiative seeks the involvement of businesses and governments with the adoption of measures against the climate change. The company has remained faithful to its commitments to boosting energy efficiency, cutting greenhouse gas emissions and working in conjunction with other government and private institutions.

Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP): Gamesa makes environmental information public through this non-governmental organisation which works in the realm of investors and the supply chain. CDP collects information on identified risks and opportunities associated with climate change, emissions reduction plans and transparency of corporate activities to mitigate climate change.

Prince of Wales's Corporate Leaders Group on Climate Change: The company is a signatory to the Carbon Price (2012), Cancun (2010), Copenhagen (2009) and Poznan (2008) statements on climate change within the framework of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).   

United Nations Global Compact: Commitment and support to the promotion of the ten principles of labor rights, human rights, environmental protection and the fight against corruption. The company publishes a Communication on Progress (COP) annually, which reviews compliance with such principles. This document is made publicly available on the Spanish United Nations Global Compact Association's website.

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