LAGOS – AXA Mansard Insurance Plc, a member of AXA, a worldwide leader in insurance and asset management, has announced its commitment to promote environmental protection awareness as it joins the world to celebrate World Environment Day.
World Environment Day celebrated recently with the theme for this year being, ‘Time for Nature’, focused on its role in providing the essential infrastructure that supports life on earth and human development.
Kunle Ahmed, Chief Executive Officer, AXA Mansard Insurance Plc., in a statement, said, “At AXA Mansard, we aim to reduce the environmental impact of our operations through the management of energy, paper and water consumption as well as reducing our overall emissions and waste.
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“AXA Mansard, therefore, reiterates its commitment to reduce our energy consumption through a focus on energy efficiency solutions that optimise the usage in our buildings. Reduce office paper consumption and minimise the use of paper for our marketing and distribution activities whenever allowed by local requirements and regulators.
“To reduce our water consumption in all AXA Mansard’s facilities, reduce the emissions derived from our business travel by minimising the number of long-distance trips of our employees, stimulating the use of alternative means of communication.”
He said suppliers that support in the journey through their solutions and business practices following the guidelines set in responsible procurement strategy, adding that AXA Group had developed specific policies and guidelines applicable to the whole group to support the implementation of these commitments.
Ahmed said, “Protecting the environment is a major step towards protecting the wellbeing of people and all living creatures. As we celebrate World Environment Day, we must all take conscious steps to reduce activities that impact the environment negatively and protect the world we live in.
“It’s our collective responsibility to manage our impact on the environment by reducing resource use and promoting climate change awareness throughout the world.”
Source : independent.ng