FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享CNBC:Grupo Bimbo, the world’s biggest baking company, has committed to using 100 percent renewable electricity by the year 2025.Headquartered in Mexico City, Mexico, Grupo Bimbo has also joined the RE100, a global initiative made up of some of the world’s biggest companies, all committed to using 100 percent renewable electricity.The RE100 is led by international non-profit The Climate Group in partnership with the CDP, previously known as the Carbon Disclosure Project. Other members of the RE100 include Facebook, Goldman Sachs, the Carlsberg Group and eBay.In a statement Tuesday, the Climate Group said that because of its renewable electricity use, Grupo Bimbo would save 440,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions per year by 2019. In Mexico, 70 percent of electricity used by the firm comes from wind energy, while it also uses rooftop solar power to provide it with clean energy.Daniel Servitje, the president and CEO of Grupo Bimbo, said that his company’s commitment represented “a major step towards our purpose of building a sustainable, highly productive, and deeply humane company.”Other new members of the RE100 announced Tuesday include Decathlon, Lyft and Mahindra Holidays and Resorts India.More: World’s biggest baking company goes green World’s largest baker commits to 100% renewables
Ghana Defender Rashid Sumaila has donated undisclosed sums of money to all colt clubs in the Central Region to show appreciation for developing him as a young talent.The 21-year-old is arguably one of Ghana’s best defender at the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Brazil despite not getting the opportunity to feature for the Black StarsSumaila paired excellently with Jerry Akaminko in a pre tournament friendly against the Netherlands which the Black Stars lost by 0-1.The former Dwarfs \Kotoko defender and now plies his trade for PSL side Mamelodi Sundowns is now the toast of scouts at the World Cup and it is believed he will join the European train soon. The humble defender interacted with some players and officials of the youth sides after which he made the donation.“This is where it all started for me and it was important to come back and say thank you to everyone here and also help in my small way to ensure more talents are produced from the region,” he said during the presentation. The regional executives and coaches thanked their former player for his magnanimity and prayed his star keeps shining as he is likely to begin his adventure in Europe.
BH football coach Vahid Halilhodzic will soon be set for the coach of Japan, as AP agency reports the writings of Japanese media.As the “Nikan sports“ magazine claims, the Football Association of Japan (JFA) and the 62-year-old Halilhodzic have agreed that he will take the National team, with an annual salary of 2,2 million dollars.The former coach of Japan, Havier Aguire was dismissed on the 4th February because of his involvement in the match-fixing scandal in Spanish Primera in 2011.It is expect for Halilhodzic to be officially presented as a cocah at the meeting of the Executive Committee of JFA on 12th March.Last year, Halilhodzic brought the team of Algeria to the knockout phase at the World Cup in Brazil, which is the greatest success if that North African country in the history of their performances at World Cups.(Source: ba.n1info.com)