KKR’s Green Portfolio Companies Cut Over 2.3 Million MT of GHGs


www.environmentalleader.com | Published October 21, 2014

Del Monte Foods, Sealy and US Foods are among 25 of KKR’s Green Portfolio Program companies that have avoided more than 2.3 million metric tons of greenhouse gases and achieved about $1.2 billion in cost savings and new revenue between 2008 and 2013.

KKR formed its Green Portfolio Program in partnership with the Environmental Defense Fund in 2008 to improve the environmental performance of its businesses, and was the first partnership of its kind between a private equity firm and an environmental organization.

In addition to cutting GHGs, since launching the partnership, portfolio companies have achieved… “read more>”: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2014/10/21/kkrs-green-portfolio-companies-cut-over-23-million-mt-of-ghgs/#ixzz3GnUWPvNN


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