CenturyLink is actively making choices to lessen our impact on the environment, while offering our customers solutions that enable them to do the same. Our goal is to help ensure the long-term health of our environment, joining with consumers and businesses who are focusing on ways to promote and practice the intelligent use of resources.
Information presented includes reports from CenturyLink, as well as Qwest Communications, which CenturyLink acquired in 2011.
Through the implementation of the Environmental Sustainability Council, CenturyLink [CE1] has facilitated collaboration across the company with the goal of identifying and implementing actionable "greening" initiatives. This council, which began in 2007, aims to reduce CenturyLink's carbon footprint and evaluate the ongoing economic feasibility of our green initiatives.
For the past four years, CenturyLink, formerly Qwest, has submitted its carbon inventory to the Carbon Disclosure (CDP). The CDP is an independent, not-for-profit organization that aims to create an ongoing relationship and meaningful dialogue between shareholders and corporations about the implications of climate change.
Partnering with other industries, groups and communities is imperative when it comes to environmental sustainability. That's why CenturyLink has joined forces with others on many of its initiatives.
For more information about CenturyLink's environmental sustainability, contact Mark Molzen