CEMEX leader shares operational initiatives to address climate change
CEMEX, as a leading building materials company, shared its company’s efforts to address climate change in the recently held Business Summit on Climate Change themed “Business Strategies for Low-Carbon Economy.” CEMEX Philippines President Pedro Palomino reiterated the importance of climate change awareness and its impact on the economy and global wellbeing. Palomino said that CEMEX is actively engaged in a realistic and sustainable path towards a low carbon economy through specific actions undertaken in its operations such as the reduction of CO2 footprint, enhancement of sustainable products, and promotion of energy efficiency and sustainable urban development among others. The summit was organized by the Climate Change Commission (CCC) in partnership with its Low Emission Capacity Building Philippine Project, the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), and the Philippine Business for the Environment (PBE). In photo are (L-R): Jose Rene Almendras, AC Infra managing director; Cecilia Borromeo, Land Bank of the Philippines executive vice president; Frances Veronica Victorio, CCC commissioner; Alma Madrazo, AECOM country manager; Jose Villanueva III, Mondelez Philippines plant manager; and Pedro Palomino, CEMEX Philippines president. CEMEX Philippines offers a broad product mix of building solutions to the Philippine market. Its subsidiaries, Apo Cement Corporation and Solid Cement Corporation, produce and market the well established cement brands APO and Rizal. Visit www.cemexholdingsphilippines.com for news and updates or like and follow CEMEX Philippines on Facebook and Instagram. For partnerships, contact the Public Affairs Unit at (632) 849 3600.