Johnson Controls recognized for sustainability leadership in Shanghai

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Johnson Controls is once again being recognized for its contributions and best practices in sustainability. In the recent "Toward 2040: Enterprise Innovation and Urban Sustainability" campaign, Johnson Controls Headquarters Asia Pacific, the first "triple certified" green building in China, stood out from hundreds of nominees and won the 2017 Shanghai Enterprise Sustainability Impact Award.

"We are very proud to be honored with this award. It is not only a recognition of the sustainable impact of our Headquarters Asia-Pacific but also represents our commitment to delivering intelligent building solutions to our customers," said Trent Nevill, president, APAC. "Our campus in Shanghai is also a testament to our support for the city's urban construction and development."

"We are very proud to be honored with this award. It is not only a recognition of the sustainable impact of our Headquarters Asia-Pacific but also represents our commitment to delivering intelligent building solutions to our customers." -- Trent Nevill, president, APAC, Johnson Controls
Initiated by the Information Office of Shanghai Municipality, Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce and Shanghai Environment Protection Bureau, the "Toward 2040: Enterprise Innovation and Urban Sustainability" campaign was co-organized by Jiefang Daily, Shanghai Daily and Eastday.com.

The three-month campaign collected hundreds of nominations from Shanghai based enterprises with the aim to encourage best practices in corporate sustainability. The campaign was part of the efforts to shape Shanghai into a model for sustainability and an "outstanding global city" through sustainable development of the economy, environment, and population.
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