EPA Partners Speak About the Value of Partnership
Tens of thousands of organizations partner with EPA’s Climate Partnership Programs. Each partner organization has a story to tell about overcoming challenges, changing their culture, investing in new technologies, and pushing the envelope. They are passionate about tackling the climate crisis, and they are confident that the work they do in partnership with EPA results in smart solutions that not only strengthen their business, but improve the lives of people and the health of the planet.
Below, you can hear from a handful of these organizations to learn more about why they partner with EPA, and why they’re excited to help us celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Climate Partnership Programs.
John Godfrey, Senior Vice President of Public Affairs at Samsung, discusses how EPA’s climate partnership programs are helping Samsung meet its commitment to help mitigate climate change.
Habitat for Humanity
Jonathan Reckford, CEO of Habitat for Humanity International, discusses how ENERGY STAR guidance has helped Habitat for Humanity build more than 10,000 homes that are both energy efficient and affordable.
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